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Asad ullah Khan


Research Fellow

Areas of Research:

Terrorism, Extremism and Radicalization

Mr. Asad Ullah Khan has worked as a Research Fellow at the Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad. He holds an M.Sc in International Relations from National Defence University, Islamabad. He also holds a degree of Certified Accounting Technician from the Association of Certified Chartered Accountants, Glasgow U.K. He has previously worked as a research associate at the Centre for Pakistan and Gulf Studies, Islamabad. Mr. Khan is an author of various newspaper articles. He has also co-authored a chapter, with Mr. Rahim Ullah Yousufzai, for a book titled “Militancy in FATA: Cultural and Religious Dimensions”.

asadkhan@issi.org.pk

Issue Brief on “New Land Rules in IIOJ&K: Proverbial Last Nail in the Coffin”

The Indian Ministry of Home Affairs through an order on October 26, 2020 amended 14 land laws of the Illegally Indian Occupied Jammu and...

Report – Webinar on “Iran, Pakistan and South Asia under the Pandemic”

As part of the 16th ISSI-IPIS Dialogue, the Institute of Strategic Studies of Islamabad (ISSI) in collaboration with the Institute for Political...

Report – Webinar on “Illegal Use of Pellet Guns in Indian Occupied Jammu and...

The Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) organized a Webinar on Illegal Use of Pellet Guns in Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir on June...

Issue Brief on “China-India Border Standoff: An Overview”

China and India are once again engaged in a military standoff over the border dispute in the region of Ladakh. The scuffle between the...

Issue Brief on “COVID-19 and Repression in Indian Occupied Kashmir”

Even as the COVID- 19 pandemic spread to India, the population of 12.5 million (2011 Census) people in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK)...

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...

Issue Brief on “The Inadequacies of Indian Counter Terrorism Structure”

The United States will set up a counter-terrorism training centre in India as part of an agreement with homeland security signed in...

Report – Public Talk on “Understanding Extremist Narratives and their Impact on the Society”

Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI) organized a Public Talk on "Understanding Extremist Narratives and their Impact on the Society" on February...

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...

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...