Khan Hasham Bin Saddique

  • This is a follow up to my Op-Ed; “Rethinking national security” where I had argued that a radically-altered world order post-COVID-19 would necessitate inter alia, a re-examination of national policy frameworks especially vis-a-vis crucial national security. It is interesting to note ...

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  • Envisioned to be a progressive Islamic welfare state by the founding fathers, Pakistan soon became a security state in the face of a real and pervasive existential threat from India that has become more virulent with the passage of time. During a rather tumultuous journey of over seven decades, we ...

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  • Our world has seen several wars and conflicts in last few years. These conflicts have caused immense destruction that has resulted into massive humanitarian crisis. Pakistan is one of the many countries that has borne the brunt of the ongoing regional and international conflicts. The war in ...

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