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Ms. Ghazala Yasmin Jalil


Research Fellow

Areas of Research:

Nuclear and Arms Control Issues

ghazala.jalil@issi.org.pk

Pakistan’s Nuclear Bomb: A Story of Defiance, Deterrence and Deviance, Abbas, Hassan. New Delhi:...

Hassan Abbas, in Pakistan’s Nuclear Bomb, looks at how Pakistan acquired its nuclear weapons capability. However, the title is misleading since his major focus...

Report – Book Launch on “Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia: New Technologies and Challenges...

Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad (ISSI) organized launch of the book on September 18, 2019 titled "Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia: New Technologies and...

Seminar Report on “Strategic Stability in South Asia: Is India a Responsible Nuclear State?”

WELCOME REMARKS Ambassador Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry Director General, Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad Our esteemed Keynote Speaker, Gen. Khalid Ahmad Kidwai, Excellencies, Distinguished Panellists, Ladies and Gentlemen,...

Issue Brief on “India’s No First Use: Signalling Or A Policy Shift?”

India's Defense Minister Rajnath Singh made a statement on India's No First Use (NFU) policy on August 16, 2019 which has elicited a reaction...

Pakistan-Africa Roundtable Dialogue for Commemorating Africa Day

Foreword Pakistan’s relations with many African countries date back to their respective independence movements. Pakistan supported both morally...

Seminar Report on “Understanding Strategic Coercion in the Realm of Gray Hybrid Conflict: Implications...

CONCEPT NOTE OF THE SEMINAR Under the shadow of nuclear weapons and the role of non-state actors, international conflict in the twenty-first century has assumed...

China’s Rise: Offensive or Defensive Realism

Abstract China’s rise has been the greatest development of the 21st century. It has emerged as the second largest economy in the world, a country...

Issue Brief on “Recent Threats to Strategic Stability in South Asia”

A number of developments have taken place recently in South Asia which further threaten the strategic stability of the region. The most recent development...

Issue Brief on “The Brewing US-Russia Nuclear Arms Race: An Assessment”

US and Russia relations have deteriorated over the last few year. These tensions in relations between the two great powers have been accompanied by...

Humanisation of Arms Control: Paving the Way for a World Free of Nuclear Weapons....

Daniel Reitiker observes the lack of progress in the last two decades in nuclear arms control and links it to the state security centric...