I am a Ph.D Candidate in Security Studies Department at Kansas State University. My
dissertation is titled “U.S. Non-Proliferation Policy towards Pakistan: From Ford to
Clinton.” I am conducting a foreign policy analysis of executive-legislative interactions
in U.S. foreign policy making and related issues in Congressional oversight of U.S.
foreign policy towards Pakistan during the course of its nuclear weapons development
under five U.S. administrations. I was awarded the Fulbright Scholarship in 2010 for my
doctoral studies. I am also the recipient of 2013 Mehboob ul Haq Research Award for a
monograph on “Nuclear Learning in South Asia” by the Regional Center of Strategic Studies
(RCSS), Colombo, Sri Lanka. 

Articles

Contributions to Books

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Linkages and Gaps in Conflict Resolution Research, Conflict Resolution Research in South Asia (2010)
 

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Safety and Security of Pakistan's Nuclear Weapons (with Nazir Hussain), Pakistan's Quagmire: Security, Strategy and The Future of The Islamic Nuclear Nation (2010)
 

Popular Press

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Pakistan: The FMCT Debate Within, Institute of Peace and Conflict Resolution (2013)
 

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Two Pots Down The Nuclear Stream, Institute of Peace and Conflict Resolution (2013)
 

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Should India give up its NFU Doctrine?, Institute of Peace and Conflict Resolution (2010)
 

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Should Pakistan Sign CTBT?, Institute of Peace and Conflict Resolution (2009)