Sheikh Khaild Jehangir, Secretary General, ICPS, addressed Y20 consultation meet on climate change under India’s G20 presidency in Srinagar on Thursday, 11 May 2023 at University of Kashmir.
Mr. Mekki El Mograbi, Media Consultant and Head, International Relations, Sudan Centre for Thinktanks and Strategic Studies, Khartoum, Sudan, visited ICPS on 28 March 2023 and interacted with the scholars.
Dr Aleksei Zakharov, Research Fellow, Higher School of Economics (HSE), Moscow interacted with the researchers at ICPS on 17 March 2023. There was a free exchange of views on the evolving political and security situation in the Eurasian region including Afghanistan.
Andreas Mountzouroulias. @andreasmoun, Editor in chief of directus.gr visited ICPS on 10 March 2023, Friday, and interacted with the researchers.
Marco Respinti, Director-in-Charge, Bitter Winter, visited International Centre for Peace Studies (ICPS) on 14 December 2022 and interacted with the scholars of the Centre.
On the occasion of Kashmir Accession Day International Centre for Peace Studies (ICPS)
organised Book Launch of The Two Kashmirs authored by Sheikh Khalid Jehangir
ICPS organised a talk by Umit Alperen, Director of the Centre for Asia-Pasific Studies at the Suleyman Demirel University, Turkey on 02 September 2022. He focussed on Turkey's foreign policy in general and also its relations with India, Pakistan and Afghanistan.
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