by Riaz Khokhar.... Washington's and Beijing's visions for the Indo-Pacific region are reflected in their reactions to the recent uptick in tensions between Islamabad and New Delhi. The United States and China have essentially different and indispensable partnerships with India and Pakistan, and this understanding shapes their view of the India-Pakistan conflict. There are two [...]
CISS’ Senior Research Fellow, Ms. Huma Rehman contributed a chapter “China-Pakistan Economic Corridor in a Realist Framework: Regional and International Implications,” for Pentagon’s Yearbook 2019.
CISS Team led by Dr. Naeem Salik CISS Senior Research Fellow, participated in a round-table on Review of Strategic Stability in South Asia: A Discussion with Pakistani Scholars at the South Asia Center of Atlantic Council in Washington D.C, chaired by Dr. Bharath Gopalswamy, Director South Asia Program at Atlantic Council. Senior Research Officer Ms. [...]
Youth Parliament AJK, GB & ISB chapter held a Conference of Youth on Climate Change at University of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Muzaffarabad 19th March, 2019. Senior Research Fellow at the Center of International Strategic Studies, Islamabad, Dr. Syed Javaid Khurshid, delivered a talk on activities of citizens that contribute global warming and climate change. He [...]
by Samran Ali.... A wave of jingoism and war hysteria followed the February 14, 2019 suicide attack on the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) in Pulwama district of Indian administered Kashmir by a young Kashmiri, Adil Ahmad Dar. A video of Adil Dar surfaced on the internet in which he claimed support from Pakistan based [...]
by Syed Sadam Hussain Shah....CSIS, Washington D.C. one of the leading US think tank publishes CISS scholar’s paper “Offensive Cyber Operations and Nuclear Weapons”. Abstract The potential use of offensive cyber operations against nuclear systems will increase the possibility of war in the future and pose an urgent risk due to the vulnerabilities that exist [...]