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    Rabia Javed

    Rabia Javed is a graduate in diplomatic and defence studies, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan. Currently she writes as a freelance writer for different forums.

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  • Maha Bharat: India’s Disconnect Between Ambition and Reality0

    by Rabia Javed   20 August 2021 Ever since independence from Britain in 1947, India assumed itself as a major power, a rightful successor to imperial India. This aura of great power is the basis of India’s strategic thinking, not only as of the true and rightful South Asian hegemon but also as a world power.

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  • HYPERSONICS IN THE NEIGHBORHOOD0

    “History shows that stopping an arms race is much harder than igniting one” Jeffrey Smith by Rabia Javed    12 April 2021 From the last few years, leading global nuclear powers have been involved in a race to develop hypersonic weapons. The United States, Russia, and China have up till now developed hypersonic weapons systems comprised

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  • India, Extremism and Terrorism0

    by Rabia Javed     18 February 2021 In South Asia, peace remains elusive due to several causes like religious extremism, radicalism, and fundamentalism from India.Post 9/11, India employed numerous policies to malign Pakistan for terror activities in the region. India always tried to sabotage peace in the region through different clandestine activities and this was

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  • KASHMIR: INDIA’S BLEEDING WOUND0

    by Rabia Javed       12 August 2020 Kashmir is the real theatre of unspeakable violence and moral corrosion that can spin us into violence and nuclear war at any moment. To prevent that from happening, the conflict in Kashmir has to be addressed and resolved. That can only be done if Kashmiris are given

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  • Pokhran Nuclear Tests and beyond0

    by Rabia Javed 9 May 2020 “You can avoid reality, but you cannot avoid the consequences of avoiding reality.” – Ayn Rand (1905-1982) Following the trajectory of nuclear development in the name of Peaceful nuclear Explosions (PNE) in 1974, India in 1998, once again detonated nuclear weapons and conducted three underground nuclear tests at a

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  • Indian Nuclear Apartheid0

    by Rabia Javed 15 April 2020 How many nuclear weapons can India make with its existing fissile material stockpile? It was estimated in a report published by Dawn that India has enough fissile material to produce 2,000 nuclear weapons. Also, the paper published back in 2014 by Dr. Mansoor Ahmed, a Pakistani nuclear analyst, assessed

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  • INDIA’S DRDO MOCKS A FAKE PROPAGANDA0

    by Rabia Javed 8 April 2020 India struck a big propaganda blow against Pakistan in February 2020 which was further illustrated in a press briefing by India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA). An MEA spokesperson claimed that Indian sources obtained intelligence where the ship was carrying a suspicious equipment, which could be used for nuclear

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  • Hindustan’s Da Cui Yun Debacle0

    by Rabia Javed 13 March 2020 In a now-all-too familiar display of hypocrisy, Indian customs officials seized Chinese vessel “Da Cui Yun” that made the headlines once again. While India has a track record of involvement of her Military, Police and Intelligence agencies in false flag operations to gain international attention, now the customs officials

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  • INDIAN NUCLEAR PERIL0

    by Rabia Javed 2 March 2020 Nuclear security has been a key issue for South Asia for several decades since India conducted its nuclear tests in 1974. Indian struggle to attain the maximum number of weapons is still underway since New Delhi conducted its so called peaceful nuclear test.  While living with the kind of

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  • NSG: STILL NOT FIT FOR PURPOSE0

    In the humdrum of a high-profile nuclear control body, Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), consideration of Indian membership to this group has caught everyone’s attention. I wonder how nations can forget the bitter past of Indian explosion in 70’s that lead to the birth of NSG. The question is that, why India being given a popular

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  • INDIA ACQUIRING THERMONUCLEAR WEAPONS: WHERE IS THE GLOBAL OUTCRY?1

    by Rabia Javed 19 March 2019 The atomic bomb revolutionized modern warfare not by enabling the mass slaughter of civilians but by vastly increasing its efficiency—the ease with which densely populated cities could be annihilated. Many of the crucial details are top secret, and the mundane terms used in official discussions tend to hide the

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