PIPS host dissemination workshop aimed at countering violent extremism in Punjab


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De-weaponization will reduce violence; requires state efficiency, attitudinal changes


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‘Teachers can help curb emerging trend of radicalization in universities’


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“Cultural spaces can win the battle of ideas while countering extremism”


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‘Critical inquiry in today’s digital age a must for progress and peace’


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PIPS seminar discusses multiple options for Pakistan to respond to changing scenario in Middle East


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'Despite decline in militancy, militants still potent threat'
Pakistan Security Report 2016


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