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Issue Brief on “Kashmir Finds A Voice at UNSC Once Again”

For the second time during past six months, United Nations Security Council deliberated on the Kashmir issue at its forum. The recent meeting was...

Issue Brief on “Trump’s Impeachment”

In a turn of events, the United States Senate cleared Donald Trump of the charges that he was held accountable for, making...

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...

Pakistan Under Siege, Afzal, Madiha. Penguin India Press: 2018, 192.

The author, Madiha Afzal, a US-based scholar, explains the structural roots of extremism in Pakistan by focusing on the dimensions law, education...

Why Counterinsurgency Fails: The US in Iraq and Afghanistan, Tray, Dennis de. Palgrave Macmillan,...

Why Counterinsurgency Fails: The US in Iraq and Afghanistan is a memoir written by Dennis de Tray, a long time World Bank...

The Line of Control, Travelling with the Indian and Pakistani Armies, Jacob, Happymon. India:...

Written by Happymon Jacob, The Line of Control ─ Travelling with the Indian and Pakistani Armies is a unique book in many...

China-Pakistan Economic Corridor and Dynamics of Regional Connectivity: Prospects and Challenges

Abstract Since 1950, China and Pakistan have enjoyed historic friendly relations. They helped each other during the times...

Politics of Economic Corridors in South Asia

Abstract Rise of Asia has necessitated the greater interconnection and economic integration around the globe. The scope of development...

Pakistan-US Relations: Rethinking the Dependency Relationship

Abstract The relations between Pakistan and the US have always remained asymmetrical – in nature akin to any such...

Growing Reliance on Tactical Nuclear Weapons: A Case Study of US, Russia and Pakistan

Abstract This paper argues that, due to their inherent strategic competition, Washington and Moscow rely on low-yield or...

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