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Pakistan Sleeps as India Dominates SCO’s Cyber Affairs

Recently, India’s National Security Council Secretariat (NSCS) organised a ‘Cyber Workshop’ for members of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO) countries in association with Data Security Council of India (DSCI). The programme was hosted at the premises of renowned Indian engineering firm Cyient in the quaint city of Gachibowli, Hyderabad. Lt Gen (Retired) Dr Rajesh Pant, incumbent National Cyber Security Coordinator of NSCS and Principal Cyber Security Adviser to Prime Minister Narendra

Indian Aggression against Jammu & Kashmir – 5 Measures to Ensure a Credible Pakistani Response

The abrupt yet expected revocation of Article 370/ 35-A by the BJP government in India has generated fissures in the South Asian stability equilibrium. To the great dismay of New Delhi, the response from Pakistan has been assertive but not reactive in the manner it desperately desires. Government officials, lawmakers and civil society members have unanimously rejected India’s hegemonic action and vowed to uphold their moral, legal and diplomatic support

5 Key Milestones Achieved By Pakistan In 2015

The year 2015 proved to be a game changer for Pakistan in several aspects. Although it would be ignorant to forget major critical problems related to governance, economic growth and the general law and order situation in the country, it is important that important feats be acknowledged. And not just any accomplishments; the 5 selected achievements I have highlighted below are milestones in themselves. I say this not out of

Scrutiny Of Statement By Mr Sartaj Aziz On Pakistan’s Foreign Policy

On December 21, Mr Sartaj Aziz, the octogenarian Adviser to Pakistani Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Foreign Affairs, issued a detailed statement before the Senate of Pakistan on ‘Foreign Policy of Pakistan: Achievements and Challenges’. Mr Aziz highlighted the difficult challenges Pakistan has faced as a member of the world community while also mentioning what he said were the current government’s ‘achievements’ on this crucial domain. Before I embark

2nd World Internet Conference And China’s Vision For The Future

From 16-18 December, the Cyberspace Administration of China in partnership with the provincial government in Zhejiang are jointly hosting the 2nd World Internet Conference in the eastern city of Wuzhen. More than 2000 attendees from over 120 countries are participating in the conference, almost half of them foreign guests. These include government officials, international organizations, Internet companies, academics, experts, think tanks and students from local and international institutes. President Xi

Anti-Terrorist Cyber Operations And The Future Of National Security

The English-language version of Chinese military’s mouthpiece reported on October 15, 2015 that a cyber (Internet-based) exercise codenamed “Xiamen-2015” was held in the city of the same name in Fujian province. The decision to hold this exercise was undertaken on April 10, 2015 during the SCO RATS Council’s 26th regular meeting in the Uzbek capital Tashkent. It was jointly organized by member states of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) of