Proper Implementation of Counter-Terrorism Laws Urged

05 August 2008

“Countering terrorism in Pakistan is a generational task because the masses and the rulers, both, have to be educated,” said Shabana Fayyaz, Assistant Professor at the Department of Strategic Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad, in her concluding remarks at “A Dialogue on Terrorism”, held by Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS). A... Read More

Al-Qaeda is losing Ideological Grounds

15 July 2008

Peter Bergen, renowned counter-terrorism expert and a member of PIPS advisory board, made a visit to PIPS head office in Islamabad on 14 July 2008. He was accompanied by Eason Jordon, CEO AfPax. Mr. Peter Bergin briefed PIPS team on “American Perspective on Afghanistan and FATA”. He said that increasing strength of al-Qaeda in Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and adjacent areas has direct implications for the United States and Western world. He was of the view that... Read More

Govt. urged to work whole heartedly to end conflict in Balochistan

30 June 2008

Although we could not prevent them but there is still possibility to resolve the conflicts in Balochistan and reduce the miseries of the Baloch people if the new government works upon it whole heatedly, the participants in “A Dialogue on Balochistan” observed this on June 27. The dialogue was held by the Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS), in Islamabad, to discuss its recent published book: “Balochistan: Conflicts and Players”. The discussants represented academia from universities... Read More

British Muslims’ Delegation visits PIPS

05 June 2008

A British Muslims’ delegation, which is on Pakistan’s tour these days, visited PIPS. Purpose of the visit was to have an introduction of the Institute and its ongoing projects. The delegation shared the purpose of their visit with the PIPS staff. They mentioned that they seek to remove misconceptions existing in the West, in general, and in Britain, in particular, regarding Pakistan and the Muslims. The delegation also expressed their desire for having new ideas to develop a better... Read More

A Holistic Approach urged to Counter Radicalization

26 March 2008

Laila Bokhari, a PIPS Advisory Board member and a political analyst and researcher with the Norwegian Defence Research Establishment (FFI), visited the Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS), Islamabad, on March 25, 2008. She discussed with the PIPS team the phenomenon of radicalization in Pakistan and prospects of de-radicalization. She stressed upon the need of evolving a holistic approach to comprehend the current wave of radicalization and extremism in... Read More

PIPS Dialogue on Elections 2008

16 February 2008

The country may get into a critical situation if the elections are rigged, warned Dr. Sohail Mahmood – Professor and former Head of the Department of Politics & International Relations, International Islamic University, Islamabad – while addressing a dialogue held on Elections 2008 by Pak Institute of Peace Studies (PIPS) on 8th February.   He made a plea to all of the stake-holders to take steps for ensuring a free, fair and transparent polling arguing democratic... Read More

The New Meanings of Peace after 9/11, 2001

08 February 2008

Dr. Jamal Eddine Benhayoun, Professor at Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Tetouan, Morocco and PIPS advisory board member are congregating the scholars from all over the world at Tetuan, Morocco on 19-21 June 2008 to share the new meanings of peace in post 9/11 context.   The key themes of the conference would be: 1) The culture of peace in the post-9/11 world 2) Peace and democracy 3) Peace and public policy 4) Peace and... Read More

PIPS researcher attended training session at ICPVTR, Singapore

25 January 2008

PIPS researcher Mujtaba Rathore visited the International Centre of Political Violence & Terrorism Research (ICPVTR) at the S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies in Singapore for a 2-week long Research Analyst Training from 14 January to 25 January 2008. The training course included the presentations of ICPVTR research staff focusing the research design and methodologies and global terrorism.  ... Read More

The Image of Pakistan: Perceptions, Fallacies & Realities

17 December 2007

The Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS) arranged a dialogue with Mr. Stig Toft Madsen, a famous Danish researcher associated with Nordic Institute of Asian Studies on December 17, 2007 in Islamabad... The Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS) arranged a dialogue with Mr. Stig Toft Madsen, a famous Danish researcher associated with Nordic Institute of Asian Studies on December 17, 2007 in Islamabad. The participants of the session- Mr. David Hansen (Faculty of Humanities, University of Oslo,... Read More

Symposium: Religion and Security

17 October 2007

View of a session Pak Institute for Peace Studies (PIPS) and Institute of Ethnic Minority Groups Development Research (IEMGDR) jointly organized an international symposium on “Religion and Security” in Beijing, China, from October 16 to 18, 2007. A significant number of international scholars from... Read More

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