Category Archives: Event
An in-house talk was arranged by SASSI about “History of Iraq’s Nuclear Program: New sources-New Answer”. Dr. Maria Sultan chaired the meeting and the speaker was Dr. Malfrid. Dr Malfrid Braut-Hegghammer, Assistant Professor, Norwegian Defense University College and visiting
National Energy Conference 2012 Two Day National Conference titled “Applications of Nuclear Science and Technology in Pakistan” Organized by South Asian Strategic Stability Institute (SASSI) was held from 12th-13th July 2012 at Islamabad Serena Hotel. Concept: Economic growth and
“Multilateral Cooperation for Security: The Example of Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC)” Organised by South Asian Strategic Stability Institute 10 January 2012 A Seminar was conducted at Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad (ISSI) on Tuesday 10th of January 2012, titled “Multilateral Cooperation
The convergence of knowledge–based organizations is a pre-requisite for socio-economic growth in the era of new innovations and exploration. Research & Development (R&D) are the first and foremost ingredients in this respect. Higher Education Commission (HEC) is facilitating institutions of
Three Day International Inaugural Conference 2011 Organized by South Asian Strategic Stability Institute (SASSI) 20-22 March 2011 SASSI organized a Three Day International Inaugural Conference 2011 titled “Fissile Material Treaty: Possibility and Prospects” on 20-22nd March 2011 at the Islamabad
South Asian Strategic Stability Institute (SASSI) organized a bilateral talk with Russian delegation on “Strategic Stability: Pak-Russia Collaboration and Prospects” on Tuesday, 25th January, 2011 at Marriott Hotel, Islamabad.
Pakistan is developing a high-tech trade and industry sector is currently working as the most effective and dynamic driver towards the resurgence of Pakistan’s economy. Its performance is remarkable, particularly regarding the generation of outputs and income, yet certain technological
The aim of the one day international workshop arranged by the South Asian Strategic Stability Institute titled “Pakistan-Russia cooperation and Afghan crisis” was to analyze the various dynamics of the conflict and to deliberate on possible way forward.
CSD has great relevance to the future security discourses of India and Pakistan; with possible repercussions on international security. At the centre of the global strategic corridors, Pakistan is in a unique position of historic, regional and global power struggles.
Roundtable Discussion on “The Need for a Political and Economic Transition Strategy in Afghanistan”. By Brian Katulis, Senior Fellow, Center for American Progress on Wednesday, October 5th , 2011 at 03:30 p.m Venue: Islamabad SASSI Bureau office. DG SASSI, Dr