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28 Dec 2015 description
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By Vishalini Chandara Sagar

Synopsis
On the 15th anniversary of the UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on Women, Peace and Security, how far have countries in the Indo-Pacific region come to implement its peace and security agenda.

11 Jun 2014 description

Talking Peace with the Pakistani Taliban
ABDUL BASIT

Pakistan’s Economic Aid and Losses in the War on Terror
MUHAMMAD RAMZAN SHAHID

India: Counterterrorism under the New Government
ANTARA DESAI

10 Apr 2014 description

No. 066/2014 dated 8 April 2014

By Kyaw San Wai

Synopsis

Islamabad has been in peace talks with Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan (TTP) over last couple of months while the Afghan peace process remains derailed for years. A campaign is underway for a concerted insurgency in Afghanistan.

Commentary

06 Feb 2014 description

Annual Threat Assessment

SOUTHEAST ASIA
Myanmar, Thailand, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia and Singapore

SOUTH ASIA
Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka

EAST AND CENTRAL ASIA
China and Central Asia

MIDDLE EAST AND AFRICA
Syria, Iraq, Yemen, Egypt, Libya and Somalia

10 Apr 2013 description

Terrorist Rehabilitation and Community Engagement:
New Frontiers in Combating Terrorism
ROHAN GUNARATNA

Reconciliation in Afghanistan:
The Pakistani Factor
HALIMULLAH KOUSARY

Bangladesh in the Run-up to Elections:
Walking a Tightrope?
IFTEKHARUL BASHAR

Peace Talks with the Pakistani Taliban:
Challenges and Prospects
ARSHAD ALI

The Expansion of Sectarian Conflict in Pakistan
ABDUL BASIT

Drifting Apart? Indo-Lanka Relations Examined
MANOJ HARJANI

05 Apr 2013 description

No. 054/2013 dated 4 April 2013

By Abdul Basit

Synopsis

The May 2013 election is going to be a milestone in Pakistan’s political and constitutional history. It will decide the direction of Pakistan’s political system – whether towards enduring democracy or continued instability.

Commentary

03 Jul 2012 description

Inside

‘Western Ways are Evil’: The Emergence and Evolution of Boko Haram
This paper provides an overview of the historical and cultural environment that has allowed the militant jihadist group Boko Haram to flourish. It examines the strategy that the Nigerian government has adopted and the challenges it faces to restore peace.

06 Sep 2010 description

This issue of the NTS Alert offers an overview of Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) as a means of improving longterm preparedness against the projected increase in frequency and intensity of natural hazards. It aims to provide a better understanding of DRR in relation to the holistic frameworks of disaster management, sustainable development and climate change adaptation.

Introduction

Over the past decade, the world has witnessed several major natural disasters, from the boxing day tsunami in 2004, to the Haiti earthquake in January 2010 and the recent floods in Pakistan in August 2010.