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    Qura tul ain Hafeez

    Qura tul ain Hafeez has done M Phil in international relations from Quaid-I Azam University Islamabad. She is currently working as a Research Associate at Strategic Vision Institute Islamabad. She can be reached at Quraathashmi@gmail.com

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  • India’s Quest for Ballistic Missile Defence Shield0

      Qura tul ain Hafeez       9/2/2018 A Ballistic Missile Defence (BMD) system is a system that defends any country against possible incoming missile threat. It intercepts targets and destroys enemy missile enroute. A BMD missile flights through three phases: boosts, mid-course and terminal. Usually, the radar of the BMD missile intercepts the missile

  • India’s Pursuit of Missile Development and Strategic Stability in South Asia0

    India once again tested a long-range Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) with a range of 5-5500 km. The missile is capable of delivering a payload of 1.5 tons, enough to carry a fusion and fissile nuclear warhead. This is the fifth missile of the Agni series. Previously India tested the Agni-1 with 700km range, Agni-2 with

  • Economics of Nuclear Power0

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    • December 16, 2017

    It’s all about organized lightning. Lights, sparks, brightness are a symbol of life. It enables us to see the world with more clear vision. When rest of the world is aspiring to reach beyond the limits of the sky, countries like Pakistan are still facing power shortages. In Pakistan Summers are welcomed with a gift

  • The Nuclear Forum Shop (Nuclear Ban Treaty Challenges And Prospects)0

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    • September 30, 2017

    Nuclear war is inevitable says the pessimist; nuclear war is impossible says the optimist; nuclear war is inevitable unless we make it impossible (Sydney J Harris) The nuclear pessimist has introduced a new treaty in the “Forum shop” of nuclear disarmament In March 2017 the treaty was negotiated in United Nations on the Prohibition of


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    • September 17, 2017

    India is industrializing her naval potency at a rapid pace to attain a superior “Blue Water Navy” covering the India Ocean. Nearly 90 percent of the Indian trade is carried out via the sea route, which requires India to expand her naval power both to protect her national interests and also create military hegemony in


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