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The South Asian Strategic Stability Institute (SASSI) is an independent think tank dedicated to promoting peace and stability in South Asia

Romanian Ambassador, His Excellency, Mr. Nicole Goia's visit to SASSI office

09 October, 2017

SASSI Delegation visit to PNRA under National Security Engagement Program

29 August, 2017

dg SASSI, Dr. Maria Sultan attending MISC Conference in Moscow

2017

DG SASSI, Dr. Maria Sultan attending IAEA International Nuclear Security Education Network (INSEN) Meeting

SASSI University Soft Launch

02 February, 2015

National Conference: Applications of Nuclear Science and Technology in Pakistan in collaboration with PAEC and PNRA

12-13 July 2012

International Conference: “Fissile Material Treaty (FMT): Possibilities and Prospects”

20-22 March, 2011

Three-Day International SASSI Workshop on “Future for High-Tech Industry Development in Pakistan”

07-09 December, 2010

Three-Day International SASSI Workshop on “Indian Military’s Cold Start Doctrine and its Implications for Strategic Stability in South Asia”

20th-22nd July, 2010

“OSCE: Pakistan’s Sub-Regional Policy” by Col Hans Eberhart, Defence Attache, Embassy of Switzerland

23 July, 2009

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Afghan Review

An informative and interactive series about Afghanistan, encompassing the ongoing war, impact on Pakistan, Afghanistan and other countries, roadmap to peace and stability and related issues concerning Afghanistan.

ISLAMABAD: Personnel of Army SSG march-past during full dress rehearsal of Pakistan Day parade. INP PHOTO

Defence and Security




Industrial Zone at Night. Industrial Buildings Illumination and Smoke.

Industry Outreach and China




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Media Review




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Middle-East Review




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Space Review




Pak-US

Pak-US Review




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MAYPORT, Fla. (Aug. 31, 2010) Pakistan sailors parade their country's colors during the decommissioning ceremony of the guided-missile frigate USS McInerney (FFG 8) at Naval Station Mayport. During the ceremony, McInerney was commissioned into the Pakistan navy as PNS Alamgir (F 260). (U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Gary Granger Jr./Released).

Naval Review