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Mr. Malik Qasim Mustafa


Director (ACDC)/Co-Editor

Areas of Research:

Nuclear and Arms Control Issues

Malik Qasim Mustafa is a Director (Arms Control and Disarmament Centre) and Co-Editor at the Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad, since 2003. He holds an M. Phil (2001) & M.Sc. (1998) degrees in Defence and Strategic Studies, from Quaid-i-Azam University, Islamabad. He is a Graduate of Executive Course (2006) from Asia-Pacific Centre for Security Studies, Honolulu, Hawaii, US. He is an International Law Fellow from Research Society of International Law (2004), Lahore, Pakistan (RSIL). He has done courses on International law (2004) and International Humanitarian Law (2005) from International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), Islamabad and from the UN High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR) and National Law School of India University (NLSIU) Bangalore, India. He has completed many other certificate courses and workshops on issues related to his area of research. His main areas of research are Nuclear Issues, Arms Control and Disarmament, Terrorism, India-Pakistan relations, International Law, Environmental Security and issues related to national security interests of Pakistan.

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Criteria-based Approach to the NSG Membership: An Equal Opportunity for India and Pakistan

Abstract: The 1974 multilateral Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), an integral part of the nuclear non-proliferation regime, is aimed at ensuring that nuclear trade is consistent...

ISIS/ISIL: The Islamic State Exposed, the Dangerous Truth You Need to Know: Origins &...

ISIS/ISIL: The Islamic State Exposed, the Dangerous Truth You Need to Know: Origins & Ideals, Islamic Extremist Terrorism in Iraq and Syria. Darrell D. Culbertson....

Report- Roundtable on “Pakistan’s Role in Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) Process”

“Pakistan’s Role in Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) Process” The Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad (ISSI) organised a Roundtable Discussion on March 25, 2016 on “Pakistan’s...

Nuclear Series Reports

Executive Summary India introduced nuclear weapons in this region in 1974, compelling Pakistan to pursue a similar path. Indian nuclear explosions in 1998 forced Pakistan...

Seminar on “Pakistan’s Non-Proliferation Efforts and Strategic Export Control System” (Press Release)

Press Release The Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad (ISSI) organized a seminar on “Pakistan’s Non-Proliferation Efforts and Strategic Export Control System” on May 3, 2016....

South Asian Nuclear Thresholds: Repercussions of Cold Start Doctrine and Tactical Nuclear Weapons

Abstract It can be argued that the overt nuclearisation of South Asia has averted a major military confrontation between India and Pakistan. However, it is...

Report- Book Launch on China’s Stories, China’s Success: How China Transformed in the...

The Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad (ISSI) in collaboration with Pakistan-China Institute (PCI) organised the launch of a book, authored by  S. M. Hali...

Press Release – Seminar on Pakistan’s Soft Power

Press Release Seminar on Pakistan’s Soft Power April 8, 2016   In this era of globalisation and emerging threats, Pakistan needs to develop and implement its "Soft Power"...

Press Release – Roundtable discussion on “Pakistan’s Role in Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) Process”

Roundtable Discussion on "Pakistan’s Role in Nuclear Security Summit (NSS) Process" March 25, 2016 The Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad (ISSI) organised a Roundtable Discussion today on “Pakistan’s...

Pakistan and India Non-Proliferation Credentials

Executive Summary Pakistan is a responsible nuclear weapons state. It has always supported the use of nuclear technology for peaceful purposes. Pakistan has joined efforts...