Uzge A. Saleem

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Researcher at Strategic Vision Institute. Bachelors in defence and diplomatic studies.

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Breaking Down the South Asian Dynamic: Post Pulwama attack & Saudi Prince’s visit

The political and strategic activities of the South Asian region have been on a high for the past week or so. The region faced...

Why the negative vibe around ‘First Use’ policy?

A country’s conventional, diplomatic, political or economic policy is important however is about the nuclear policy of any state it automatically becomes a highly...

Pakistan not a Threat for Israel: Clearing Misconceptions

Ever since 1998; the beginning of Pakistan’s nuclear age, the state’s self-defense mechanism has been a source of worry and unrest for India and...

Can Civil Nuclear Deals be entirely peaceful? : Case study of US-Indo Nuclear Deal

Nuclear weapons are a grave reality and probability of the nuclear war is one of the world’s worst nightmares. There are conflicts in the...

The FATF meeting: Unjustified decision for Pakistan

The threat that loomed over Pakistan since February has finally made an impact and unfortunately it is a negative one. In simpler words, Pakistan...

Pakistan & India’s NSG membership: Challenges and prospects

Both the front runners of South Asia have found a new interest in becoming a part of the international non-proliferation regime. This desire was...

Why does India want CBMs surrounding Pakistan’s naval developments?

In 2017, India tested its Submarine Launched Ballistic Missile (SLBM) from a nuclear powered submarine. India did not realize that the move had somehow...

Why Pakistan is not a failed state

How many times have we heard something negative about our state coming from the western and from our beloved neighbor next door who doesn’t ...

Why does India want more presence in Afghanistan?

The enemy of an enemy is always a friend. In our field of study this can be termed as a strategic partner or an...

The Selective Policy of Great Powers in the Non-Proliferation Regime

The threat of nuclear proliferation varies greatly depending on a country’s political relationship with the proliferators- Matthew Kroenig When the gun is in the hand...

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Ethiopianism in Flux: Unraveling the Struggle between Amhara Thesis and Anti-Amhara Antithesis

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Being “homeless” in their homeland: The locals versus development of Indonesia’s new capital

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