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Mr. Muhammad Abbas Hassan


Research Associate

Areas of Research:

Oceanography/Maritime Security Issues, Other Legal Issues

Mr. Muhammad Abbas Hassan is working as a Research Associate at The Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI). He holds an M.Phil (2015) and MSc (2013) in International Relations from National Defence University, Islamabad and is also a distinguished member of World Institute for Nuclear Security, Vienna.

Prior to joining ISSI, he has taught at National Defence University, Bahria University and Muslim Youth University. He has also worked with South Asian Strategic Stability Institute, Institute of Strategic Studies Research and Analysis and Center for Regional Stability. His area of research includes Middle East (West Asia), Peace Mediation, regional stability, and strategic issues relating to South Asia. Mr. Hassan has participated in numerous national and international conferences as a speaker and regularly writes in national newspapers.

abbas.hassan@issi.org.pk

Special Brief on Covid-19 on “COVID-19 and India: Response & Impact”

1.   Covid-19 and Overall Scenario in India Covid-19 also known as Coronavirus initially originated from the wet market of Wuhan, China...

Report – Inauguration of “India Study Centre”

The Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) inaugurated its India Study Centre (ISC) on February 7, 2020 at its premises.  Former Chief...

Issue Brief on “India’s Massive Military Acquisitions”

The turbulent 2019 saw a number of regional and international developments that have left a lasting impact on the geopolitical structure of...

Report – Public Talk on “How Pakistan and the US Can Provide a Plan...

The Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) organized a Public Talk on November 12, 2019 under its Distinguished Lecture Series titled, “How Pakistan and...

Islamabad Paper – Indian Initiatives for Maritime Dominance: Pakistan’s Options and Response

Abstract Air, Land and Sea power is a prerequisite for becoming a regional power. Maritime dominance allows a country to extend its muscles beyond the...

Report – In-house meeting with Dr. Geoffrey Shaw, Australian High Commissioner to Pakistan

The Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) hosted an In-House Meeting on July 16, 2019 with H.E. Dr. Geoffrey Shaw, Australian High Commissioner to...

Report – Courtesy Call by Director General National Institute of Maritime Affairs

An 8-member delegation from the National Institute of Maritime Affairs (NIMA) led by Vice Admiral (Retd) Khawar Ali Shah, Director General NIMA paid a...

Growing China-India Competition in the Indian Ocean: Implications for Pakistan

Abstract The Indian Ocean is the world’s third-largest body of water and has become an area of growing competition between China and India. As the...

Maritime Security in East and Southeast Asia — Political Challenges in Asian Waters. Tarling,...

“Maritime Security in East and Southeast Asia - Political Challenges in Asian Waters” is an edited book by Nicholas Tarling and Xin Chen, published...

Issue Brief on “Malabar Exercise 2018: Implications for Pakistan”

US, India and Japan held the 22nd round of the annual Malabar Naval Exercise from June 7-16, 2018 off the coast of Guam. India...