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Great Power Rivalry in Indo Pacific: Implications for Pakistan

Abstract The term of Indo Pacific delineates a conceptual evolution in the US strategic community to contain and encircle China by countering it in the...

Strategic Studies (Vol. 41, Winter 2021, No. 4)

  Articles   Hindutva and Islamophobia Anum Babur and Shaheen Akhtar Impact of India’s ISR Capabilities on South Asian Security Dynamics Amjad Mahmood and Adil Sultan Trump Administration’s Strategic Perspective about...

Issue Brief on “Impact of Covid-19 on Economy of Pakistan”

The pandemic termed the COVID-19 (coronavirus) has exponentially spread across the globe since the first case was reported in Wuhan China in late December...

Issue Brief on “Pakistan’s Push for Climate Justice”

Background Pakistan has long been considered one of the most vulnerable countries to climate change in the world. While Pakistan is one of the lowest...

US Indo-Pacific Strategy and Pakistan’s Foreign Policy: The Hedging Option

Abstract Pakistan finds itself at the horns of a strategic dilemma as the US-China rivalry intensifies in international politics. At the heart of the dilemma...

Issue Brief on “India-US Military Agreement: BECA and its Implications for the Region”

The signing of Basic Exchange and Cooperation Agreement (BECA) between India and United States marks the completion of the troika of “foundational pacts” for...

Issue Brief on “Pakistan’s Shahpar-II Drone: A Step Towards Indigenisation”

Pakistan showcased its Shahpar-II indigenous combat UAV at the 11th edition of its biennial arms exhibition, the International Defense Exhibition and Seminar (IDEAS 2022)...

Strategic Studies (Vol. 41, Autumn 2021, No. 3)

Articles   Paradigm Shift in the US Foreign Policy towards NATO during Trump Administration Sidra Khan Age of Demagoguery and Surveillance Capitalism: A Case Study of Bharatiya Janata...

Issue Brief on “COP27: Loss and Damage Fund”

Introduction The establishment of a Loss and Damage Fund was the main highlight of the United Nations Climate Conference (COP27) held in Egypt after the...

Issue Brief on “The State of Food Security in Pakistan”

On May 19, 2022, Foreign Minister of Pakistan Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari attended the United Nations conference on “Conflict and Food security” where he acknowledged that...

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