The pursuit of the BMD system can create a false sense of security in the minds of Indian policymakers that can destabilize South Asia.

Ballistic Missile Defence Systems in South Asia

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The actual use of nuclear weapons by the two South Asian nuclear rivals has been barred since overt nuclearization and the sense of mutual...
Being surrounded by the legal bindings, states in South Asia look for opportunities beyond conventional to hurt the adversaries.

Hybrid Warfare: A new face of conflict in South Asia

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Hybrid warfare or hybrid threat seems to be the emerging modality in the changing nature of warfare.  In the nuclear era, more attention has...
The Strategic Restraint Regime would reduce the dependence of India and Pakistan on external powers by offering a pathway that excludes the great power factor from security calculus.

Pakistan’s Commitment to Strategic Restraint Regime

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Strategic Restraint Regime (SSR) was first offered by Pakistan to India in the year 1998. It consisted of three significant elements; reduction in armed...
The manifestations of the strategic thought are evident in India’s military modernization and India’s aspiration to be the net security provider in the region.

Kautilya’s relevance in Modi’s India

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Indian strategic thought is envisioned along the pretense of being a hegemon and Kautilya’s principles of statecraft i.e., Swami (the ruler), Amatya (Ministers), Janapada...
India, however in its pursuit to attain regional hegemony and prestige, trying to remove this sense of mutual vulnerability by going for aggressive military force postures and attainment of technology.

Indian Ballistic Missile Defence System and South Asian Strategic Stability

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The actual use of nuclear weapons by the two South Asian nuclear rivals has been barred since overt nuclearization and the sense of mutual...
this shift towards more reliable, modern, and affordable energy sources would lead Pakistan towards a more sustainable and equitable future.

Nuclear energy: a key to sustainable future

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On March 18th, 2021 'Pakistan's Atomic Energy Commission' (PAEC) announced that the 1,100 MW reactor of (KANUPP-2), the second unit of the ‘Karachi Nuclear...
Pakistan has always supported the globally agreed objectives of promoting nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament.

Pakistan Reaffirms Pledge to Nuclear Non-Proliferation Goals

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1540 Support Unit of Office for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA) hosted a side event entitled “Regional Approaches to Supporting UNSCR 1540 (2004)” on 1st June...
As the engine of development, energy, or more precisely clean energy is indispensable for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).

Renewable and Nuclear Energy for Pakistan’s Sustainable Development

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As the engine of development, energy, or more precisely clean energy is indispensable for achieving Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Pakistan’s heavy dependence on other...
India’s obsession with “Limited Strikes” and Options for Pakistan

India’s obsession with “Limited Strikes” and Options for Pakistan

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In April 2017, India announced its Joint Military Force Doctrine to counter the “full spectrum of Military Conflicts.” One of the significant developments in...
Kashmir remains under an environment of an unprecedented wave of violence and suppression manifested by the Indian forces.

Modi’s Delimitation in IIOJK: Possible Motivations

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Amid the world’s undivided attention towards the Ukraine crisis, Kashmir remains under an environment of an unprecedented wave of violence and suppression manifested by...
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India in its initial statements termed the incident as an accidental firing of the BrahMos missile during routine maintenance and a technical malfunction.

India’s BrahMos Landing in Pakistan: Accidental or Intentional?

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On 09 March 2022, a supersonic missile crossed the Indian border, covering a distance of 124km across the border, and crashed into Pakistan, destroying...
India has acquired this capability to indigenously develop nuclear-powered submarines it has provided India a strategic edge over other countries in South Asia.

Nuclear-powered submarines: a new challenge to strategic stability in South Asia

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Since the partition of the subcontinent both Pakistan and India have traditionally and non-traditionally confronted each other many times. Whether it is operation Gibraltar,...
The pursuit of the BMD system can create a false sense of security in the minds of Indian policymakers that can destabilize South Asia.

Ballistic Missile Defence Systems in South Asia

0
The actual use of nuclear weapons by the two South Asian nuclear rivals has been barred since overt nuclearization and the sense of mutual...