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October 19, 2011
Regional Security ScenarioWith Special Reference
To Afghanistan And Pakistan, roundtable
organized with Belgian foreign ministry
delegation.
October 6, 2011
Distinguished Guest Lecture on A Chance for
America and Pakistan to Enhance Coordination to
Fight Common Threats, by Brian Katulis, Center for
American Progress, Washington DC.
October 4, 2011
The Evolving Constitutional & Legal Regime in
FATA, Roundtable organized by the DSS
Department in collaboration with Community
Appraisal &Motivation Program (CAMP).
May 25, 2011
Round-table Discussion on Internal Security
Dynamics ofPakistan with the Visiting Royal
College of Defence Studies (RCDS) UK at the DSS
department.
May 14, 2011
Distinguished guest lecture on India as a Factor in
US Pakistan Relations by Daniel Markey, Council
on Foreign Relations, Washington DC.
May 4, 2011
Pakistan's Relations With SCO, One Day Seminar
organized by DSS Department in collaboration
with Center for Research & Security Studies,
(CRSS).
May 2, 2011
Prospects For No-War Pact Between India And
Pakistan, Roundtable discussion organized by the
DSS Department in collaboration with UK based
think tank, Forum for International Relations
Development
March 21-22, 2011
Stabi l i z ing FATA: Secur i ty, Governance,
Developmental Challenges, Internal & External
Dimensions, two day conference organized by the
DSS Department in collaboration with CAMP.
March 10, 2011
Peace & Development in FATA: A Non-Military
Approach, one day Roundtable organized by the
DSS Department in collaboration with Community
Appraisal &Motivation Program (CAMP).
February 22, 2011
Obama's Afghan Policy: Impact on FATA, one day
Roundtable organized by the DSS Department in
collaboration with Community Appraisal &
Motivation Program (CAMP).
February 3-4, 2011
Strategic Stability, Escalation Control, Nuclear
CBMs & India-Pakistan Peace Process, two day
international workshop organized by DSS
Department in collaboration with Carnegie
Endowment for International Peace & Henry L.
Annual Report
2011
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