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 [...]
Ms. Saima Aman Sial, Senior Research Officer, CISS, participated as a panelist at Carnegie Nuclear Policy Conference, Washington D.C. on “Nuclear Crises in South Asia”. The discussion was moderated by Scott Sagan, other participants included Vipin Narang and Aparna Pande. You can watch the full event below!
The Carnegie International Nuclear Policy Conference 2019 is being organized at Washington D.C. from March 11 to 12, 2019. Over 800 experts and officials from more than forty countries are participating in the conference this year. Center for International Strategic Studies, (CISS) Islamabad has set up a stall at the conference venue. CISS stall has [...]
Dr. Naeem Salik, a Senior Research Fellow of CISS, gave comments on Pakistan-India De-escalation in the program Indus Special with Ejaz Haider.
by Afeera Firdous.... The publication of Joint Doctrine of Indian Armed Forces 2017 (JDIAF) was followed by the publication of Indian Land Warfare Doctrine (LWD) by the Indian Army in December 2018. Historically, Indian Armed Forces had been following flexible doctrinal guidelines in the form of General-Staff Pamphlets, for shared understanding of threat perception and response, but this was [...]
by Huma Rehman.... 26 February 2019, initiated another stand-off between two nuclear neighbors (Pakistan and India). The trigger behind the current scenario is the tragedy that occurred in Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir region. On 14 February 2019, a convoy of vehicles carrying Indian security personnel on the Jammu Srinagar National Highway was attacked [...]