Center for International Strategic Studies, Islamabad (CISS) organized a seminar on India’s Strategic Posture and Implications for Stability in South Asia”, in collaboration with the University of Sargodha (UOS) in Noon Business School Hall on 17, December 2019. This seminar was arranged as a part of CISS-Outreach Program aimed at engaging with students and faculty of [...]
Atlantic Council Washington DC Office Representative visit at CISS Office on November 4, 2019.
The revocation of articles 370 and 35A by the Modi-led BJP government plunged Kashmir into a new political crisis. Since this act on August 5, Indian-occupied Kashmir has been under lockdown for nearly three months now and New Delhi has increased the deployment of its security forces in the valley to deal with a potential [...]
‘Some otherwise serious Indian scholars as well as professional military leaders have recently succumbed to the saffron wave and hence have adjusted their otherwise sober nuclear learning with the prevailing strong winds of Hindutva, in tune with the political and social madness that has overtaken India.’ This was stated by the Chief Guest, Lt. General [...]
The Centre for International Strategic Studies (CISS) held its first workshop outreach from 29th August to 1st September at Nathiagali. The workshop was titled as “Introduction to Pakistan’s Nuclear Policy: Training the Trainers,” and it was inaugurated by the Executive Director CISS, Ambassador Ali Sarwar Naqvi. Faculty members from different universities of Pakistan participated in [...]
The Centre for International Strategic Studies (CISS) organized a roundtable discussion on “Policy Shifts in Indian NFU: Road to Nuclear Brinkmanship” on 23rd August 2019, which was attended by scholars, experts and formers diplomats and senior government officials. The two main speakers of the event were Dr. Naeem Salik and Dr. Mansoor Ahmed, Senior Research [...]