Faraz Haider is a Research Associate at Faculty of Aerospace and Strategic Studies (FASS) in Air University, Islamabad. He has numerous articles published on Strategic Foresight For Asia, a London-based platform focusing on security and strategic issues in South Asia. His soon to be published writings include a research paper in the Journal of Contemporary Studies and a chapter focusing on Peaceful Application of Nuclear Technology (PANT) and nuclear security for the Centre of Science and Security Studies at King College London. He is currently studying a Masters in Strategic Studies at FASS after his undergraduate degrees in Politics, International Relations, and Economics from the Swinburne University of Technology, Australia. During which he undertook policy simulation exercises on Timor-Leste, has been an elected representative in student council and student union, worked as a compliance officer for AML-CTF regulatory polices, and completed the Stimson Centre course on "Nuclear South Asia: A Guide to India, Pakistan, and the Bomb,". He has been a speaker and panelist on the “International Conference on The Concept of National Security in the 21st Century and the Emerging Challenges” at Air University, Islamabad, and the “Young Researchers Convention on the Reconstruction of Pakistan’s National Security Roadmap” by the Center for Strategic and Contemporary Research. His research interests include Climate Security, Comprehensive Security, South Asia's Regional Security, PANT, power competitions, and foreign policy.
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پاکستان میں سیلاب اور موسمیاتی سلامتی: جامع قومی سلامتی پر نظر ثانی
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Pakistan Floods & Climate Security: Rethinking Comprehensive National Security
The ongoing floods in Pakistan devastated communities and the country’s…