Nuclear Mainstreaming Pakistan

Abstract For the past seventy years, nuclear non-proliferation has been the top US foreign policy priority. Towards that end America has been successful in keeping the number of officially recognised number of Nuclear Weapon States (NWS) limited to five. There are four more nations that possess nuclear weapons outside the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) including […]

Pakistan’s Foreign Policy Motivations in Sending Troops Abroad

NUST Journal of International Peace & Stability 2017, Vol. I (1) Pages 1-21 Abstract Ever since the establishment of the United Nations Organization (UNO), international community has resorted to peacekeeping operations to bring about peace in global conflict zones. The UN does not have a standing army and therefore it relies on troop contributions […]

Cyberspace Management in Pakistan

Governance and Management Review (GMR) Vol.3, No. 1, January-June 2018 Abstract Although security ranks high on Pakistan’s national agenda but in the increasingly complex threat milieu, cyber-security usually gets relegated to the bottom rung and sometimes it is literally ignored. There is no gainsaying the fact that we ignore this vital subject only at our […]

Islamic Peacekeeping Force – The future of Islamic Military Alliance (IMA)

Pakistan Army Green Book 2018 – Y Category The standard peacekeeping model of intrusive international diplomacy emerged after the creation of the UN in the post-World War II era. A typical peacekeeping force is composed of soldiers and policemen belonging to a group of nations willing to contribute troops and funds for a peacekeeping mission. […]