The purpose behind the creation of the SSII was to establish a dedicated academic and research institution for conducting research and trainings on important issues related to Pakistan’s security. SSII aim to put knowledge to practice by providing an alternate narrative in critical areas of Strategic Studies, especially Arms Control and Disarmament.

Workshop on “Global Environment & Pakistan’s Foreign and Security Policy”

Download PDF  Executive Summary A 17 member law makers delegation of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Provincial Legislative Assembly was hosted by the Strategic Studies Institute Islamabad (SSII) for a two-day workshop on “Global Environment & Pakistan’s Foreign and Security Policy” (29 – 30 January 2015). The workshop comprised of multiple interactive sessions chaired by experts including DG SSII Dr. Shireen…

Two day workshop on Pakistan’s foreign and security policy

The Strategic Studies Institute Islamabad (SSII) hosted a two day workshop for the ‘Women Wing’ of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf on 22nd-23rd December, 2014 at its premises. The workshop was titled “Pakistan’s Foreign and Security Policy.” Day 1 Session I In the preliminary session titled “the Changing Global Strategic Environment”, Director General Strategic Studies Institute Islamabad, Dr.…

Introductory Session on Export Control and Pakistan’s Nuclear Policy Report

Report “Introductory Session on Export Control and Pakistan’s Nuclear Policy” On December 16, 2014, Strategic Studies Institute Islamabad (SSII) organised an introductory session on “Export Controls and Pakistan’s Nuclear Policy” at the Islamabad Chamber of Commerce and Industries (ICCI). Dr. Shireen Mazari, Director General SSII chaired the event while the keynote speaker was Mr. Khalid Banuri,…

Competition Winner: Syed Adnan Athar Bukhari

Indian Quest for Membership in the NSG: Prospects and Challenges By: Syed Adnan Athar Bukhari Teaching Assistant at the Department of Defence and Strategic Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. India aspires to be a member of the 48-nation Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) which is a volunteer arrangement by the exporting countries dealing with nuclear material and…

Competition Winner: Sara Mashhadi

The Realists Understand it Best: A Case of Indo-Pak Non-proliferation Equation By: Sara Mashhadi Senior year student of Bs. Public Administration at NUST School of Social Sciences and     Humanities, Islamabad. A loud explosion thundered, the sky filled with smoke and mountains turned to dust on May 28, 1998 at RasKoh Hills, Chagai, Balochistan.  A nation…