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Revision of religio-political constructs a must, to counter violent extremism: PIPS study 13 July 2016
Islamic studies teachers should adopt “critical inquiry” in their learning and pedagogy: PIPS workshop 31 May 2016
Knowledge “quacks” exploit the space left by scholars: PIPS workshop 30 May 2016
Direct, multilayered engagement between Pakistan and Afghanistan is required: PIPS Study 28 May 2016
Militants increase attacks on forces including targeted killing of policemen: says PIPS’ Pakistan security report for April 2016 06 May 2016
Punjab hit hard by militants in March 2016 06 April 2016
Terrorism-related fatalities fell by 42pc in February 2016: PIPS 07 March 2016
Militants step up attacks during first month of 2016: says PIPS’ Pakistan security report 08 February 2016
Terrorism declined by 48% but TTP remained major actor of instability in 2015, PIPS Annual Security Report 05 January 2016
سال 2015ء، دہشت گردی میں 48فیصد کمی ، تحریکِ طالبان پر تشدد سرگرمیوں میں بدستور سر فہرست پاک انسٹی ٹیوٹ فار پیس سٹڈیز نے سالانہ سیکورٹی رپورٹ جاری کر دی
05 January 2016
Terrorist attacks up by 67pc in November 2015: PIPS monthly security report 09 December 2015
Sectarian terrorists hit hard Sindh and Balochistan in October 2015: reveals PIPS monthly security review 09 November 2015
Deeper issues identified in NAP still not implemented: PIPS Journal 30 September 2015
FATA worse terrorism-affected region of Pakistan in August 2015: says PIPS monthly security report 07 September 2015
39 terrorist attacks in July killed 62 people in Pakistan: PIPS monthly security report 10 August 2015
Terrorist attacks in Pakistan down by 63pc: PIPS security review for June 2015 09 July 2015
Al-Azhar University’s Peace Caravan stresses world peace, calls for shunning violence 01 July 2015
Terrorist attacks in Pakistan up by 74% in May 2015: PIPS monthly security report 09 June 2015
From students-led radical outfit to ally of Islamic State, PIPS’s latest journal traces Jundullah’s trajectory 04 June 2015
Mutual Dialogue as Way Forward to Achieve Social Harmony 28 May 2015
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