Project JOHAR aims at understanding the dynamics of the nuclear debate in the second nuclear age and Pakistan’s position in the evolving nuclear world order. During several in-house discussions preceding project JOHAR, the CPGS identified a major challenge to nuclear non-proliferation, nuclear disarmament and strategic stability Read more..
August 24, 2016
A roundtable on the “Peaceful Nuclear Cooperation: Nuclear Suppliers Group” was organized by the Centre for Pakistan and Gulf Studies (CPGS) hosting the two member Russian delegation headed by the Director, Centre for Energy and Security Studies (CENESS), Dr. Anton Khlopkov and Mr. Dmitry Konukhov, at the Pakistan Institute of Parliamentary Sevices (PIPS) Read more..
April 04, 2015
The roundtable was organized as part of the Centre’s Project JOHAR, which aims at promoting a better understanding of the contemporary nuclear debate through converging and synthesizing different perspectives in the second nuclear age. Its aims included understanding the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) debate contemporaneously Read more..
March 28, 2014
Before discussing Strategic Stability in South Asia, it needs to be cleared that there is no universally accepted definition of ‘stability’. Consequently, there are certain gaps in understanding around the world about how nuclear armed states view and define the requirements of stability. Read more..