Yash Patel

Asian Development Bank: Promoting Sustainability

in Aid, Budget, CBMs, China, Civil-Military Relations, Cooperation, Culture, Development, Economics, Economy, Education, Energy, Environment, Foreign Policy, Human Security, India-Pakistan Relations, Internal Security, Media, Negotiations, Politics, Technology, Trade, UN

The world is facing severe challenges in tackling environmental issues. There is an increase in temperature, rise in sea level, and melting of ice, which is leading to the loss of our natural ecosystems. With energy demand increasing around the world, fossil fuels are being used at a very high rate – in 2012, fossil

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Syed Muhammad Ali

Indian Army Chief’s Dilemma

in India, Internal Security, leadership, Military • 1 Response

General Dalbir Singh Suhag, the current chief of the Indian Army, is a proud third generation soldier from the Jat clan. During the past 41 years, General Suhag has participated in numerous combat operations in Kashmir, Kargil, Sri Lanka, Assam and Nagaland, and has over 1.1 million men under his command. Since independence, the Indian

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Syed Hussain Shaheed Bukhari

Mainstreaming the Global Nuclear Order

in Arms Control, CTBT, Deterrence, Doctrine, FMCT, India-Pakistan Relations, Nonproliferation, NPT, NSG, Nuclear Weapons, Uncategorized

Non-proliferation concerns in contemporary international politics have emerged as a tool to achieve foreign policy objectives by leaders of the so-called global nuclear order. The Nuclear Weapon States (NWS) under the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) have monopolized the rules of the game in such a way that pretend to save international

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Muhammad Daim Fazil

Pakistan #3 Nuclear Weapon State: What Next?

in China, India-Pakistan Relations, NSG, Nuclear Security, Nuclear Weapons, Pakistan, US

Since the South Asian region became home to two powerful nuclear states, Pakistan and India, the international community has kept a careful watch on both given the subtle nature of the region. The international community’s focus on the region is also because both Pakistan and India never had the blessings of cordial relationships and both have

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Hajira Asaf Khan

There’s A War Coming

in Arms Control, CBMs, India-Pakistan Relations, Nuclear, Uncategorized • 9 Responses

Listen, they say there’s a war coming. I’ve packed my survival kits and reinforced the bunkers But I need to know, have you? They tell me you’re up to something, that I need to be on my toes. I keep looking back, and all I see Is my own dark shadow; Following me, wherever I

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