Navigating Pakistan’s Afghan Conundrum

Hassan Tahir Pakistan-Afghanistan relations have become more challenging, with both countries being at loggerheads over sensitive issues concerning security and sovereignty. Since the...

From Keystrokes to Conflicts: Safeguarding Pakistan’s Cyber Sovereignty

Nidaa Shahid In an era dominated by innovative advancements in the technological and cyber domains, the concept of warfare has undergone a significant change....

Book Review |The Security Imperative: Pakistan’s Nuclear Deterrence and Diplomacy

Book Title: The Security Imperative: Pakistan's Nuclear Deterrence and Diplomacy Author: Zamir Akram ISBN: 9789692109178 Publisher: Paramount Books
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Kissinger in China Preserving his Diplomatic Legacy: A Centennial Milestone

Rabia Akhtar The historical significance of Henry Kissinger's visit to China and subsequent meeting with the Chinese President Xi Jinping cannot be overstated. As...

Less dependence on China. Berlin should look to Pakistan.

Rabia Akhtar, head of the Centre for Security, Strategy and Policy at the University of Lahore, explains exactly how. (The article was originally...

Reimagining Pak-U.S. Relations

Rabia Akhtar Remarks on ‘Pakistan-U.S. Ties’ by Prof. Dr. Rabia Akhtar, Director CSSPR, University of Lahore, given at the Third Public Hearing of the...

Pak-U.S. Relations: From Security Alliances to Development Partnerships

Aneel Salman U.S.-Pakistan relations have remained checkered. Despite being one of the first diplomatic relationships established by Pakistan, these ties have not evolved from...

Recalibrating Pakistan’s Lawfare for Kashmir

Ayesha Malik If Ukraine’s lawfare moves after Russia’s invasion have taught us anything, it is that Pakistan’s response to India’s occupation and annexation of...

Pakistan’s Renewed TTP Challenge

Asif Amin The recent upsurge in terrorism and increased presence of militants in Swat have again gripped Pakistan with dread and fear of a bloody...

Pakistan-China Cooperation and India’s Strategic Anxiety

Rabia Akhtar The issue of strategic stability in South Asia is a trilemma between Pakistan, India, and China, not just a dilemma between India...

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Exploring Responsible Practices in Crisis Prevention & Management

Sameer Ali Khan Earlier this year, the British American Security Information Council (BASIC), Institute for Conflict Cooperation and Security...

Beyond Sanctions: Revisiting the Pak-US Narrative on Pakistan’s 26th Nuclear Anniversary

Rabia Akhtar The nuanced narrative of U.S.-Pakistan relations, particularly regarding Pakistan's nuclear development, offers a complex interplay between geopolitical...

Beyond the Smokescreen of Modi’s Election Rhetoric

Nidaa Shahid With the Indian election season in full swing, the incumbent Prime Minister Narendra Modi has once again...
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