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    Anaya Shahid

    Anaya Shahid is a Graduate in Defence and Diplomatic Studies, Fatima Jinnah University, Pakistan

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  • Youm-e-Takbeer: When A Responsible Nuclear Power Was Born1

    By Anaya Shahid 26 May 2020 Youm-e-Takbeer is a day of greatness when Pakistan already a responsible country was transformed into a strategically mature regional power. It sensibly understood the management and liability of having nuclear weapons for security. Ever since independence, Pakistan is neighbor to a hostile state – India, ruled by extremist Hindutva

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  • Saga of Indian Nuclear Proliferation0

    by Anaya Shahid 4 May 2020 Ironically, the decision of US administration to cooperate with India over civil nuclear technology in 2008 carried disastrous implications for global nuclear nonproliferation regimes. The tilt of US interests in Asia Pacific and perks and privileges for India has allowed other states as well to trade nuclear material to

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  • INDIAN DRDO: A RISK IN DISGUISE0

    by Anaya Shahid 27 March 2020 At International Aerospace and Defence Exhibition ADEX-2013 in South Korea, India displayed its tactical nuclear missile Pragati, which has been developed by the Defence Research and Development Organization (DRDO). The DRDO authorities on their way back to India, did not load the missile on ship. Instead they left it

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  • REVISITING PAKISTAN’S NUCLEAR SAFETY AND SECURITY MEASURES0

    by Anaya Shahid 25 February 2020 In the current times of second nuclear age, the protection of people, community and atmosphere from the harmful effects of ionizing radiation must be at the heart of every state that uses nuclear technology either for civil or military purpose. The fear of nuclear accident or terrorist act, whether

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  • THE NUCLEAR TESTS OF 28TH MAY0

    by Anaya Shahid 27 May 2019 The introduction of nuclear weapons in South Asia was a result of covert activities by Indian scientists, who diverted the Canadian nuclear supplies given for research and development to make these deadliest weapons in 1974. However, it took over two decades for India to openly test nuclear weapons in

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