Sana Hamid

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Author is an IR scholar having experience working with two top notch think tanks, namely IPRI and SDPI. She has numerous articles in her credits. She tweets @sana_hamid_here

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Navigating Pakistan’s Economic Turbulence Through the Lens Of SIFC

As Pakistan’s foreign reserves continue to succumb to its economic, political, bureaucratic and policy fallouts, the country’s path to economic recovery, debt relief, policy...

India exports of weapons to Russia is dealing a thrusting blow to Quad Aspirations

Japan-based news outlet Nikkei recently shared its custom clearance data made available by ImportGenius, an American research specialist, Exim Trade Data of India and...

The Crisis of Pashtun Tahaffuz Movement in Pakistan

Security forces, yet again arrested Pashtun Tahafuzz Movement (PTM) leader and MNA Ali Wazir at Dumdel check post in North Waziristan while he was...

A New Asian Troika: Prospects and Opportunities

It was as late as this month that the China, Pakistan and Iran held their first ever trilateral meeting on counter-terrorism in Beijing. According...

Festering Strategic Deterrence in South Asia

The very crystal ball effect of nuclear weapons appears to be losing sight in the South Asian region. With constant modernization of their conventional...

International Peacekeeping Day: Pakistan’s Case

29th May marks the 75th anniversary of International Peacekeeping Day. In conflict studies, Peacekeeping as term defines those activities and actions that tend to...

Indo-Pak Game of Influence in Afghanistan: Who Is Winning?

Afghanistan has earned its status as a centerpiece of the global ‘Great Game’. It has been fought for, sought after for reasons ranging from...

Post Pulwama Revelations: A Rising Threat Matrix For The South Asian Region

United Nations Charter of 1945 has traditionally conceptualized the law governing a state going into war and the conduct of armed forces (in the...

Why UNSC Has Failed People of Kashmir

I just watched a movie entitled “Chor Nikal kr Bhaaga” (The thief has escaped) running number 1 on Netflix. The movie is worth a...

Trouble Within Trouble: How Long Till Dissent Sees The Lighthouse In India

The International system contemporarily is taking an unchartered voyage into the loophole of democratic vs. semi-or non-democratic states, and while their navigation tends to...

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The Fractured Reality After the Pretoria Peace Agreement

A Journey Betrayed The Pretoria Agreement, signed on November 2022,...

Southern Gas Corridor (SGC) – A Promise of Tomorrow?

While leaning on the previous Institute’s analysis, this work...

Elevation of France as Major Arms Exporter in the World Causes and Implications

The global arms trade has long been a subject...

Israel – Iran Conflict: The Imperative for Global Cooperation to Prevent Regional Escalation

For decades, Iran and Israel have been entangled in...
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