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Battles Beyond Bab-e-Dosti: What Should Pakistan Learn from the 1990s Articles Asia Defense & Security

Battles Beyond Bab-e-Dosti: What Should Pakistan Learn from the 1990s

I went to Pakistan; I engaged in peace. If a hand extended is not shaken, what are you supposed to do? Ashraf Ghani, President of Afghanistan The recent verbal joust…

The Failures of the Afghan Peace Process: A Method or an Aberration? Articles Asia Politics & Governance

The Failures of the Afghan Peace Process: A Method or an Aberration?

Over a year after the landmark peace deal between the Taliban and the Trump administration, the United States nears complete withdrawal of its forces from Afghanistan. This has resulted in…

Pakistan’s National Security Complexities Articles Asia Defense & Security

Pakistan’s National Security Complexities

The security challenges facing Pakistan are not insular in nature but pertain to a certain geopolitical reality and a worldview birthed of socio-economic circumstances.  This is not well understood especially…

Hybrid Warfare Threats for Pakistan: Security Dynamics and the Way Forward Articles Asia Defense & Security

Hybrid Warfare Threats for Pakistan: Security Dynamics and the Way Forward

In contemporary times, hybrid warfare threats are perceived as lethal as nuclear weapons and sophisticated missile technology. It is not wrong to say that hybrid warfare poses direct threats to…

Understanding and Mitigating Privacy Implications of Central Bank Digital Currencies Articles Asia Europe Trade & Economics

Understanding and Mitigating Privacy Implications of Central Bank Digital Currencies

The emergence of cryptocurrencies has prompted several countries across the world to launch central bank digital currency (CBDC) or study its various contours. Unlike cryptocurrencies, CBDC is a digital currency…

How Will Kim Jong Un Respond to the Biden Administration Articles Asia Defense & Security

How Will Kim Jong Un Respond to the Biden Administration

According to a recent video footage beamed out of the country by its state broadcaster, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un has achieved what many thought impossible: losing weight during…

Pakistan’s Military Multilateralism: NATO, the UN and Afghanistan Articles Asia Defense & Security

Pakistan’s Military Multilateralism: NATO, the UN and Afghanistan

Military multilateralism is the alliance of the militaries of three or more countries to pursue common goals. Perhaps the most well-known example is the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), which…

Indian Army and Air Force Plan Mass Induction of Barak 8 Missiles Articles Asia Defense & Security

Indian Army and Air Force Plan Mass Induction of Barak 8 Missiles

The Barak 8 is a Surface-to-Air Missile (SAM) developed by a consortium of Israeli and Indian enterprises, spearheaded by Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and India’s Defence Research & Development Organisation…

Government of Pakistan’s “Cyber Incompetence” and the Kashmir Cause Articles Asia Politics & Governance

Government of Pakistan’s “Cyber Incompetence” and the Kashmir Cause

Earlier this month, the Parliamentary Committee on Kashmir, led by Chairman Shehryar Khan Afridi of the Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI), held a detailed briefing with officials of the Ministry of Foreign…

Counterterrorism through People’s Lens Articles Asia Defense & Security

Counterterrorism through People’s Lens

The impact of terrorism on the functioning of society and human rights is undeniable. Yet, the measures undertaken by the state are not seen as a contributor to disrupting those…

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