The Center for Research and Security Studies feels honoured as its CRSS Blog has been added to the United States Library of Congress archive. The Blog has been added in the Library’s historic collection of Internet materials related to the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) 2018-2020 Web Archive.
Previously, the Library of Congress also archived important CRSS publications and reports, namely,
- Pakistan in 2011: The Simmering Crises
- Blasphemy Laws in Pakistan: A Historical Overview
- Afghan Jihad & Emergence of Transnational Networks
- Counter Terrorism and Pakistan Police: Capacity and Challenges
- Pakistan’s Challenges in Anti-Terror Legislation
- CIA Drone Strikes in Pakistan: History, Perception and Future
- CRSS Annual Security Report – 2016
- NAP Tracker 2016: The Second Year Audit of the National Action Plan
- Voices from Balochistan = Balochistan Kay Awam Ki Awaz
- Beyond Boundaries II: Pakistan-Afghanistan track 1.5 and II, Connecting People Building Peace Promoting Cooperation
- Pakistan’s Security Challenges
- Balochistan’s Maze of Violence
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The Library, among its primary tasks, preserves the USA’s cultural artifacts and provides access to them. The Library’s traditional functions, acquiring, cataloging, preserving and serving collection materials of historical importance to the Congress and the American people to foster education and scholarship, extend to digital materials, including websites.