2018: Another Year of Decline in Anti-State Violence

Islamabad 2018 saw a remarkable reduction of 45 percent in themilitant attacks in Pakistan. A study conducted by an Islamabad-basedindependent think tank Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security Studies(PICSS) revealed that the security situation has significantly improved during2018 as number of attacks, resultant deaths as well as number of injureddeclined by 45 percent, 37 percent…

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2017 – Balochistan witnesses surge in militant attacks. Overall security saw marginal improvement but Suicide Bombings increase

Unlike previous two years, the year 2017 could not saw a significant reduction in anti-State violence. Instead, the year saw more suicide attacks than previous two years. An Independent think tank Pakistan Institute for Conflict and Security Studies which also works as a monitoring body of anti-State violence in Pakistan has released provisional statistics for…

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PICSS Annual Security Report 2017 Media Coverage

PICSS is one of leading think tanks in Islamabad which monitors anti-State violence and related activities in Pakistan. Recently it released its Annual Security Assessment Report for the year 2017 which received tremendous media coverage in local, national and international media. Following are some of links where PICSS Annual Security Report was published.    …

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