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2018: Another Year of Decline in Anti-State Violence

Islamabad 2018 saw a remarkable reduction of 45 percent in the militant attacks in Pakistan. A...

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Taliban’s consolidation of power

Americans may be regretting death of previous Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansoor in a drone strike near Pak-Iran border in May 2016. The new Emir...

DAESH’s Operational Capabilities in AF-Pak region

Has ISIS become operational in Pakistan? DAESH or so-called Islamic State has claimed responsibility of deadly Quetta blast in which more than 70 people...

In-House Session on Kashmir

PICSS organized an Interactive session with visiting Activists from Occupied Kashmir on Thursday, November 23, 2017, In which Sabzar Bashir Sheikh Advocate Occupied Jammu Kashmir High...

Ambiguity about US Intentions impediment in peace: PICSS Round table on...

Round Table discussion on the present situation of Afghanistan and future peace options under arrangements Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security(PICSS) an Islamabad based...

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Terror Trends

Considerable Escalation in Suicide Attacks in 2013

Islamabad: Statistics issued by the Conflict Monitoring Center show a considerable rise in suicide attacks in Pakistan during the year 2013, which was the deadliest...

Intelligence Bureau (IB) in the Limelight: Apparent Tussle between Agencies!

In the recent past, Intelligence Bureau (IB) has come in the limelight for variety of reasons. In one of the instances, IB has been...

Implementing National Action Plan; An Assessment

Pakistan’s new counter-terrorism policy measure known as National Action Plan (NAP) has yielded mixed results. The NAP is another policy instrument utilized by Pakistani...

Russia-China-Pakistan initiative: Afghanistan`s last hope

The Moscow led initiative enjoys greater confidence and appeal among the stakeholders, including Afghanistan. As the Russia China Pakistan led initiative on Afghanistan takes...

What’s behind Pakistan’s Sudden Silence on Drones

Pakistan’s government has gone dead silent on drone attacks despite its rhetorical reaction to first such strike after Nawaz Sharif sworn in as Prime...
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