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Annual Report
2011
University, Islamabad in collaboration with Carnegie Endowment & Henry L
Stimson Center, United States in Islamabad fromFebruary 3-5, 2011
4. “CD Agenda in 2011: Critical Appraisal,” paper presented in a seminar on
Global Trends in Arms Control & Disarmament: Implications for Pakistan,”
organized the Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad on February 01, 2011
5. “AF-Pak: Chinese Perspective,” paper presented in two-days International
Seminar on Regional Perceptions on Afghanistan's Imbroglio, organized by
Area Study Center (Central Asia), University of Peshawar, at Peshawar from
January 4-5, 2011
Guest Speaker at Prestigious
International
Institutions
1. NATO School, Oberammergau, Germany.
2. Center of Excellence: Defense Against Terrorism (NATO-OTAN), Ankara-
Turkey.
National
3. Command and Staff College, Pakistan Army, Quetta.
4. Foreign Service Academy, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamabad.
5. Intelligence Bureau Academy, Islamabad.
Project:
NMCPCR-ASIA LINK PROJECT
Title: “Peacemaking & Peace-Building in Europe and South Asia” (Human
Resource&CurriculumDevelopment) Ref: ASIE/2007/128-778/105
International TeachingModule
South Asian CourseModule 1: Thematic
UNIT 8: Nuclear Weapons and Arms Control
MEDIA
Regular Column Writing Contributed regularly, a weekly column in the Weekly
Pulse in 2011
ElectronicMedia
Participating as Political/ Security Analysts in the programs of Pakistan
Television and Radio Al Arabia, Al Jazeera, Dawn
Press TV, ATV, ARY, GEO, Waqt, etc.
FollowingM.Phil. Students completed their dissertations under his supervision in 2011:
1.
Mr. Sammar Iqbal Babar
War on Terrorism: Foreign Policy
2011 International Relations
Options for Pakistan
2.
Ms. Sadia Bhalli
India's Relations with Central Asia
2011 International Relations
in the Post-ColdWar era
3.
Mr. FaheemUllah Khan Pakistan's Foreign Policy in the
2011 International Relations
Taliban era
4.
Mr. Salman Ali Baittani
Sino-Pakistan Relations Since 9/11 2011 International Relations
Critical Perspective
5.
Ms. Fatima Hamdia
Non Traditional Security Paradigm: 2011 International Relations
S. No. Name of Scholar
Title of Thesis
Year
Department
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