Defense & Security

What is War from the Antipodes? Contesting the Western Derivatives of International Security Articles Defense & Security

What is War from the Antipodes? Contesting the Western Derivatives of International Security

Security studies as a discipline has mostly concerned itself with the security relations among states. This is, owing to the concrete analytical categories of its mother discipline i.e. international relations…

Fukushima Accident: Challenges and Japan Lessons Articles Asia Defense & Security

Fukushima Accident: Challenges and Lessons

The dawn of the nuclear age has brought acute prospects and numerous challenges to international peace and security. The concept of deterrence has considerably reduced the chances of an all-out…

Diagnosing Pakistan’s Cyberspace Dilemma Articles Asia Defense & Security

Diagnosing Pakistan’s Cyberspace Dilemma

The concept of ‘cyberspace’ is understood differently in Pakistan at public and private levels. Some view it purely as an operational domain, in the strictest military sense of the term,…

Yemen US Iran Saudi Arab UN Articles Defense & Security Middle East & North Africa

Yemen Crisis: The New Derivative of Middle East’s Security

The Arabian Peninsula is going through a chaotic transition since the American invasion of Iraq. During the last two decades, the strategic culture of the Middle East witnessed twofold transition….

The Global Expansion of AI Surveillance Report: A Critical Appraisal for South Asia Articles Asia Defense & Security

The Global Expansion of AI Surveillance Report: A Critical Appraisal for South Asia

Information and communication technologies (ICTs) have seen exponential growth and have been dubbed as the third offset strategy effecting the geopolitics of the 21st century. As far as the US…

Cybersecurity, Articles Asia Defense & Security

Revival of the National Cadet Corps – From Bullets and Guns to Hearts and Minds

Pakistan’s National Cadet Corps (NCC) has remained a branch of the Pakistan Army as a program run under the Pakistan National Guard and acting as a reserve force from 1948….

United Nations, Technology, Americas Articles Defense & Security

Integrating Cyber-peacekeeping Unit within the UN Peacekeeping Force

Since 2005, more than 320 state-sponsored cyber operations have been conducted. The ever-increasing rate of cyber operations has raised the prospects of cyber conflicts. With more than 30 states having…

Militants, Technology Articles Asia Defense & Security

Technological Transformation of Militants’ Propaganda – A Historical Overview

T.E. Lawrence once said, ‘The printing press is the greatest weapon in the armoury of the modern commander.’ American military historian Max Boot commented on the famous quote, writing, ‘A…

Articles Asia Defense & Security

Coining Pakistan’s Civil-Military Integration : A Chinese Model

The extension of COAS General Qamar Javed Bajwa recalls the memory of the former Army Chief given an extension. Back then, the impetus of such a decision was different than…

South Asia, United Nations, Hindutva Articles Asia Defense & Security

Modi’s Hindutva and Human Rights Violations: A Blue Print for Regional Instability

From the past century, the secular Congress party of India has been carrying out grave human rights violations in Indian occupied Kashmir (IOK). The recent blow however came on 5th August,…

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