Hafsa Ammar

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Hafsa Ammar is an undergraduate student of Peace and Conflict Studies at National Defense University, Pakistan.

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The Veil of Tradition: Patriarchy’s Enduring Influence in Pakistan’s Social Fabric

‘Patriarchy’ is a word that has become commonplace in modern society. What are the ideas that it embodies and is it so deeply rooted...

Pakistan’s Priority Ranking of SDGs

Sustainable development goals are also known as Global or Universal goals that are meant to guide developing and underdeveloped nation-states to a sustainable and...

A Brief History of British Imperialism in India

The British Empire The British Empire or Kingdom was an imperial entity that changed the global order in every way imaginable. The Kingdom of Great...

Will India go Nuclear in the Future? – A regional overview

South Asia has not seen stability in long while. Ever since the colonial takeover by the British, it has been run rampant with conflict,...

Linguistic Racism in Pakistan

‘Every word is a preconceived judgment.’-Friedrich Nietzsche, Human All-Too-Human There are many conflicts one can’t avoid if not on the same linguistic frequency as others....

Hybrid Warfare: Threats to Pakistani Security

‘Victory smiles upon those who anticipate the changes in the character of war’-Giulio Douhet Hybrid threats are becoming a norm in Pakistan and if we...

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‘Good fences make good neighbours’- Does it? Analysing the India-Maldives Diplomatic Relations

The classical Indian scholar Kautilya, in his book Arthashastra,...

Soccer incidents call into question fundaments of Saudi-Iranian detente

Two recent soccer incidents suggest that beyond optics little...

Space Odyssey Of Humanity – Introduction

The work before the reader is an attempt to...

Humanitarian leaders unite in urgent plea for Gaza

In a collective appeal, heads of UN humanitarian entities...
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