Tajjalla Munir

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Tajjalla Munir is a research scholar of MS International Relations at COMSATS University Islamabad.

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The Curious case of Estonian Cyber Capabilities: Lessons for Pakistan

Dutch Ruppersberger a United States congressman once had to answer a strange question “What keeps you up at night?” And his reply was “Spicy...

Pakistan’s Counter-Terrorism Efforts and the Role of Military Courts

Authors: Tajjalla Munir and Fatima Ahmed* Abstract: Pakistan has remained a victim of terrorism for the last two decades. As a frontline state in this...

Old wine in new bottles: Chinese containment policy in South Asia

A lot of discussion in international relations scholarship is concentrated upon how US maximizing its security presence in the Asia-Pacific region. It is trying to contain, growing...

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Strategic Significance of Djibouti: A Geopolitical Playground for Global Powers

Djibouti, a diminutive nation, is situated in one of...

China’s Emerging role in Global Security

Chinese President, has launched a Global Security Initiative, which...

The national conservatism is spreading

In the 1980s Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher built...

Gaza: Israeli advance on Rafah would have ‘dire humanitarian consequences’

An extension of Israel’s military operation in Rafah, where...
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