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Mr. Muhammad Taimur Fahad Khan


Research Associate/Media Officer

Areas of Research:

North & South America

Mr. Muhammad Taimur Fahad Khan is a graduate of Bahria University (BUI) and National Defence University (NDU). He earned his Bachelor’s in Social Sciences Hons. degree (majoring in International Relations) in 2016 and M. Phil (International Relations) in 2018. His research focuses on Foreign Policy Analysis, Pakistan-U.S. Relations & U.S. Foreign Policy. Currently his research area is the Americas (North & South). Besides research, Mr. Khan is also the Media Officer of ISSI and handles all media related activities of the Institute.

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Islamabad Paper on “New Cold War between Major Powers: Implications for Global Peace and...

Abstract This paper argues that the world is heading towards another era of ‘great power politics’, where United States, Russia and China will compete for...

Pakistan’s Foreign Policy towards Russia: New Directions

Abstract Since the end of the Cold War, the world entered the era of economic interdependence and cooperation. In contemporary times, no country in the...

The Making of Pakistani Human Bombs. Khuram Iqbal. London: Lexington Books, 2016, 212.

The book, The Making of Pakistani Bombs, written by Khurram Iqbal, offers a multi-level analysis of the factors influencing suicide terrorism in Pakistan. The...

The Pragmatic Superpower. Takeyh, Ray and Simon, Steven. New York: W. W. Norton and...

The Pragmatic Superpower is a latest work produced by two of Washington’s renowned foreign policy experts ─ Ray Takeyh and Steven Simon. The book...

Pakistan’s Growing Relations with Russia: Factoring in the Role of the US

Abstract It is argued that there are no permanent friends or foes in the realm of international relations, only interests are primary and supreme. Every...

Issue Brief on “Examining the White Helmets in Syria”

"The US, UK and France have launched more than 100 missiles against what they say were Syrian chemical weapons facilities in response to a...

Indian Foreign Policy: Chaos Theory and Perception Management

Abstract The purposefulness of the Indian foreign policy is already questionable due to its lack of clarity and direction, which afflicts the neighbouring countries through...

Issue Brief on “Pakistan-Russia Military Drills – A New Equation to Counter Terrorism”

On September 25, 2017, the Pakistani and Russian Special Forces joined hands for a Joint Military exercise in Minralney Vody, Russia. Code-named DRUBZA-2017, the joint...

Issue Brief on “US Expanded Sanctions Against Russia Become Law”

“Congress could not even negotiate a healthcare bill after seven years of talking. Since this bill was first introduced, I have expressed my concerns...