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Ambassador Dr. Major General Raza Muhammad (Retd) has held various prestigious command and staff assignments. He also served as Additional Secretary in the Ministry of Defence Production. After retirement, he was appointed Ambassador of Pakistan to Mauritius, Madagascar, Seychelles, and Comoros. He has been Executive Director Services in the Army welfare Trust and Advisor to President National Defence University Islamabad (NDU). He is now President IPRI.
He has served in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, attended Staff Course in Germany and Peacekeeping Course for the Decision-Makers in the USA. He has been on the faculty of premier military institutions such as Pakistan Military Academy Kakul, Command and Staff College Quetta, and NDU. Since 2018 he is teaching in the Faculty of Contemporary Studies at NDU. He is a regular participant in national/ international conferences and seminars as a speaker on CPEC, Kashmir, Afghanistan, Security, and Counter-Terrorism etc.
He has done MPhil in International Relations on “Post 2014 Afghanistan: Implications for Pakistan” and Ph.D. on “CPEC and its Impact on Societal Emancipation of Pakistan and Afghanistan” from the NDU.
Educations: Civil Engineering Degree from Military College of Engineering. Graduate from Command and Staff College Quetta and National Defence University Islamabad. Masters in Security and Defence Management from Royal Military College Kingston, Canada. He has a diversified civil engineering project management
Brigadier (R) Raashid Wali Janjua, SI(M) has a diversified civil engineering project management experience spanned over 32 years (September 1982 to August 2015). He has served in various command and instructional assignments including Pakistan Military Academy and Command & Staff college. He has held the command assignments of an Infantry Brigade, Headquarter Corps Engineers, Planning Cell COAS Secretariat, Military Training Directorate and Director Works and Chief Engineer Pakistan Navy. He has also served as Director Planning and Development of Fauji Group of Companies.
He has been a regular contributor to Op Ed pages of The News, The Nation, Daily Times and Pakistan observer writing on diverse subjects like security, energy, politics, development, human security, economy and international relations. His several articles have been published in professional magazines of armed forces and NDU. He has been an editor of Command and Staff College Quetta’s professional magazine “The Citadel”. He is also a Phd scholar at NUST.
Mr. Siddique Humayun is an academic, policy analyst and writer. He has worked as Communications Specialist as well as permanent faculty at NUST, where he taught courses in the discipline of Journalism.
He is a published author and analyst, his work has appeared in various local and international publications, including but not limited to Dawn, the Frontier Post and Huffington Post. Mr. Humayun has presented his views on local and international broadcast channels. He has also taught Strategic and Political Communication to incoming civil servants of Pakistan.
Mr. Humayun holds an MSc in Government and Public Policy from the National Defense University and an MS in Journalism from Columbia University, where he was the Pulitzer-Moore Scholar.
Education: Holds M Phil in Governance and Public Policy from National Defence University, Islamabad with distinction. Graduated from Korean National Defense University Seoul, Artillery School Chittagong Bangladesh, Command and Staff College Quetta, Artillery School Nowshera and holds Masters in War Studies & Defence Management from National Defence University Islamabad.
Brigadier Naveed Ali, (Retired) has served in various command and instructional assignments during his 31 years’ service in Pakistan Army. He has held the command assignments of a Divisional Artillery Brigade and Artillery Regiment. He has also served as Director Finance of National Defence University Islamabad.
His research interest include security, Korean Peninsula and North East Asia.
Dr. Aneel Salman, is Chair Economic Security at Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) Islamabad, Pakistan, He is a dynamic academician, trainer and researcher who has a multidisciplinary background in Economics, Blue Economy, Ecofeminism, Institutional Governance and Climate Change. Internationally, he has been affiliated with the Rensselaer University-USA, Harvard University-USA, Cambridge University-UK and the University of Bern-Switzerland, amongst several others. In Pakistan, he is alumni of the Institute of Business Administration (IBA), and the Punjab University-Lahore. He also serves as Board of Director for Maritime Study Forum, Islamabad. He is a visiting Professor at Institut Supérieur d’Economie et de Management Université de Nice Sophia Antipolis France, Tsinghua University, Beijing, Peoples Republic of China.
Professor Salman’s work has been published in several international journals and books. He is the author of ‘Coastal Ecosystem and a People in Peril: The Story of Keti Bunder in Pakistan’ – a book that bridges the gap between research and grassroot applications viz-a-viz climate change in Pakistan. He has worked with the Federal government, private sector, defence, foreign and intelligence services as well as academia. He has been visiting faculty of Pakistan’s Foreign Service Academy, Pakistan Institute of Trade and Development, Intelligence Bureau Academy, Police College Sihala, National Defence University for the past several years. As father to a lively eleven-year-old daughter Mysha, he is hopeful about a world which is economically, socially and ecologically healthy, functional, resilient and equitable.
Ms. Maham Naweed, is an international lawyer who completed her Bachelor of Laws from the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) and her Master of Laws from Yale Law School, USA. Previously, she was working as a Consultant(MP-III) at the International Dispute Unit of the Office of the Attorney-General for Pakistan. She has been a part of the team that has represented the Federal Government of Pakistan in historic international legal cases such as the Karkey arbitration, Reko Diq Arbitration, and national security issues with India. She has also worked at the Paris office of the international law firm, Shearman & Sterling LLP in the public international law and international arbitration group. She has taught as an Adjunct Professor at the Lahore University of Management Sciences and the Institute of Law. Her areas of interest and research expertise include public international law, particularly international human rights law, laws of conflict, and national security laws.
Educations: PhD (in progress), International Relations-IR, School of Politics and International Relations (SPIR), Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), Islamabad
MPhil, International Relations-IR, SPIR, QAU, Islamabad
MSc, Defence and Strategic Studies (DSS), QAU, Islamabad
Area of Research: International Relations & Lawfare (with particular emphasis on Foreign and Defence Policy of the United States of America (USA), Decision Making/Foreign Policy Models, Geopolitics, and Inter-state Relations (especially between Pakistan-US, US-India, India-China, and US-China).
Mr. Khalid H. Chandio has been working as Research Fellow (RF) at Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) since December 2016. Previously, he had joined IPRI as Assistant Research Officer (ARO) and was then promoted as Research Officer (RO). Before joining IPRI, he worked in different capacities, i.e. Media Analyst and Junior Analyst in the Ministry of Defence (MoD), Pakistan, which gave him practical insight in the research and analysis. Khalid has over a decade experience in “Research and Analysis”, “Coordination”, and “Strategic Messaging & Outreach”.
He is a Near East South Asia-NESA ALUMNUS from Center for Strategic Studies, National Defense University (NDU), Washington, D.C., USA. He has extensively travelled and participated in roundtables/closed moots, conferences/seminars, workshops and dialogues/plenaries in the United Kingdom (UK), Italy, China, Turkey, Jordan, Oman and Morocco.
He has to his credit numerous published research papers, co-authored “Introduction” Book Chapters and book reviews. Khalid regularly contributes Op-eds/articles on current strategic issues in English dailies/online source of Pakistan/abroad.
Apart from research and analysis, he has a plenty of hands-on experience of editing/proof reading coupled with event coordination/management, i.e. holding national and international Seminar/Conferences/Dialogues/Workshops, conducting delegations, report writing, and preparing press releases. He had remained Assistant Editor of IPRI Journal (HEC recognized, refereed and internationally indexed Journal) and IPRI Fact-File. He remained Editor IPRI Web-site and IPRI Newsletter/Update, and also a Co-editor of IPRI Books.
He holds a certificate on “Qualitative and Quantitative Research Methodologies” in a workshop conducted by Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI), Islamabad. Khalid is an avid reader.
“Post-COVID-19 World and Pakistan’s Response Strategy”, Journal of Current Affairs (JoCA) vol. IV, no. 1 & 2 (2020).
“Appraisal of Pakistan’s Fight against Terrorism and Narrative Construct: Impediments and Way Forward”, Geopolitica Journal, Romania vol. XVII, no. 80 (3/2019).
“Trump and South Asia: Politics of Pakistan-US Relations in Perspective”, Journal of Current Affairs (JoCA) vol. III, no. 1 (2018).
“US Rebalancing Policy: Challenges and Opportunities for Pakistan”, Journal of Security and Strategic Analysis (JSSA) vol. III, no. 2 (Winter 2017).
“Regional Fragility and India’s Offensive Posture: Options for Pakistan”, Journal of Current Affairs (JoCA) vol. 1, no. & 2 (November 2016).
“Trust-deficit in Pak-US Relations”, IPRI Insight vol. 2, no. 1-2 (July 2014-February 2015).
“Indo-Pak Strategic Balance: An Analysis”, IPRI Insight vol. 1, no. 2, 3 (November-2013-June 2014).
“Indian Great Power Aspirations: An Analysis”, IPRI Journal vo. XIII, no. 2 (Summer 2013).
“Water Security: Pakistan and Regional Perspective”, IPRI Journal vol. XII, no. 1 (Winter 2012).
“Water Security: Challenges and Policy Responses” a co-authored working paper published/prepared by Regional Network of Strategic Studies Centers (RNSSC) – now Strategic Studies Network (SSN), Near East South Asia (NESA) Center for Strategic Studies, National Defense University (NDU), Washington, D.C., USA in November 2011.
Educations: Msc in Defence and Strategic Studies from Department of Defence and Strategic Studies (DSS), Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), Islamabad.
Area of Research: Strategic Studies (with particular emphasis on security issues of South Asia, Middle East, Central Asia (SAMECA) along with P-5 countries of UNSC and Afghanistan)
Mr. Muhammad Nawaz Khan has been working as Research Associate (RA) at Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) since February 2015. Previously, he had joined IPRI as Assistant Research Associate (ARA) in 2009. Before joining IPRI, he worked in Police Department. He got Training of Trainers (TOT) for Master Trainers Programme Co-sponsored by the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and Royal Norwegian Embassy conducted at Administrative Staff College, Lahore, in 2006. He also participated in the Gansu International Fellowship Programme (September-October 2014) sponsored by Gansu Provincial Foreign Affairs Office, China. Nawaz has over a decade experience in “Research and Analysis”, “Coordination”, and “Strategic Messaging & Outreach”.
He is a Near East South Asia-NESA ALUMNUS from Center for Strategic Studies, National Defense University (NDU), Washington, D.C., USA. He has extensively travelled and participated in roundtables/closed moots, conferences/seminars, workshops and dialogues/plenaries in the Germany (UK), China, Jordan, and Thailand.
Numerous published research papers, co-authored “Introduction” Book Chapters along with separate Book Chapters and book reviews are on his credit. Nawaz regularly contributes Op-eds/articles on current strategic issues in English dailies/online source of Pakistan/abroad. He writes articles for University of Nottingham’s Asia Research Institute.
Apart from research and analysis, he has a plenty of hands-on experience of editing/proof reading coupled with event coordination/management, i.e. holding national and international Seminar/Conferences/Dialogues/Workshops, conducting delegations, report writing, and preparing press releases. He was Assistant Editor of IPRI Fact-File more than three years.
“Afghanistan Peace Process Outlook,” published in Journal of Current Affairs (Vol.4, Nos. 1 & 2, 2020).
“Pakistan-Russia Relations Redux: From Estrangement to Pragmatism” published in IPRI Journal, vol. XIX, no. 1 (Winter 2019).
“Political Dynamics and Security situation of Pakistan: Impacts on CPEC published in Journal of the Belt & Road Studies, vol. 1, Issue 1, Winter 2018, Social Sciences Academic Press, Beijing, pp. 129-140.
“Islamic State of Iraq and Syria: A Threat to Pakistan?” published in Journal of Current Affairs” vol. 2, no. 1 2017.
“Pakistan-US Relations under Trump Admiration: Opportunities & Challenges” published in Journal of Security & Strategic Analysis, vol. 3, no. 2 (Winter 2017).
“Geopolitics of Water in South Asia” published in Journal of Current Affairs, vol. 1, nos.1 & 2, 2016.
“US-Saudi Relations Strain over Syria” published in IPRI Insight, vol. I, no. 4, 2015.
“Hindutva and Indian Minorities” published in IPRI Insight, vol. I, no. 2, 3, 2014.
Granting MFN Status to India by Pakistan: Prospects of Liberalization of Bilateral Trade, published in Journal of Contemporary Studies, National Defence University Islamabad, Pakistan, vol. 2, issue 1 (Summer 2013).
Afghanistan Drawdown and Regional Security, published in IPRI Journal, vol. XIII, no. 2, (Summer 2013).
Pakistan-Russian Rapprochement and Current Geo-Politics, published in IPRI Journal, vol. XIII, no.1, (Winter 2013).
18th Amendment Revisited, published in IPRI Book “Eighteenth Amendment Revisited.”
Reconciling the Afghan Insurgents, published in IPRI Journal, vol. XII, no. 1, (Winter 2012).
De-radicalisation and Disengagement from Extremism: Available Policy Options for Pakistan published in Journal of Contemporary Studies, National Defence University Islamabad, Pakistan, vol. 1 no. 1, (Summer 2012).
Non-State Conflict Management: Opportunities and Limitations of NGOs Engaging Non-State Armed Groups a Special Report published in December 9, 2010, by University of Peace, Costa Rica.
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Educations: MPhil International Relations from School of Politics and International Relations (SPIR), Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad, Pakistan (Thesis: “Sino-India Competition in Asia Pacific: Balancing and Rebalancing Strategies). MA Defence and Diplomatic Studies (DDS) from Fatima Jinnah Women University (FJWU), Rawalpindi, Pakistan (Thesis: “India’s Quest for Security Council Membership: Ramifications for South Asia”). BSc (Botany, Zoology, Psychology) from University of Punjab, Lahore, Pakistan
Area of Research: International Relations & Lawfare (with focus on Asia Pacific and Pakistan-China Relations)
Ms. Rafi is currently serving as Research Associate at IPRI. Ms. Rafi has participated in the prestigious National Media Workshop-6 (September 2016) organised by the National Defence University in Pakistan; and the 10th Gansu International Fellowship Programme (June 2015) sponsored by Gansu Provincial Foreign Affairs Office, China. Ms. Rafi attended the Counter Terrorism Intelligence Training Programme (CTITP), held in Melbourne – May/June 2013, conducted by Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade-DFAT, Australia.
1. “Pakistan-Bangladesh Relations,” Focus (March 2022), Institute of Regional Studies – IRS (study published periodically on a particular issue in one of the regional countries.
2. “Rise of Hindutva as a Creed: It’s Impact on India’s Politics and Society,” published in Regional Studies (39: 4, Winter 2021).
3. “A New Security Environment and India’s Evolving Asia-Pacific Strategy,” published in Journal of Current Affairs (Vol.4, Nos. 1 & 2, 2020)
4. “Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) and Regional Security,” published in Journal of Current Affairs (Vol.3, No. 1, October 2018)
5. “Media Strategy for Countering Daish Threat”, published in Journal of Current Affairs (Vol.1, Nos. 1 & 2, 2016)
6. “Southeast Asia: An Area of Cooperation or Competition for the US, China and India”, published in IPRI Insight (Vol. I, No. 4, 2015)
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Educations: Mphil in Strategic Studies from National Defence University, Islamabad.
Area of Research: Governance & Public Policy (Comparative Politics, Security issues of South Asia, Technology in Peace and Conflicts)
Mr. Faizan Fakhar is currently working as a Assistant Research Associate at the Islamabad Policy Research Institute. He Holds M.Phil in Strategic Studies from National Defence University, Islamabad. Has worked with reputable think tanks of the country and has also taught the courses of Strategic Studies and Peace and Conflict Studies at NDU and NUML.
Education: MPhil in International Relations, School of Politics, and International Relations (SPIR), Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), Islamabad. Bachelors (Hons) in International Relations from SPIR, QAU, Islamabad.
Area of Research: Governance and Public Policy (Comparative Politics, Foreign Policy, Politics and Political Culture of India, and Pakistan, Kashmir Conflict).
Ms. Maryum Tamoor has been working as Assistant Research Associate (ARA) at Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI). She has a vast experience in different capacities. Previously, she has worked as a Teacher Assistant at SPIR, QAU, Islamabad. She has served as a visiting faculty at various institutes in Poonch, Azad Kashmir. She has also worked as a volunteer and a member for Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) in Azad Kashmir. Maryum regularly contributes Op-eds/articles on current political and strategic issues in English dailies/online source of Pakistan/abroad.
State Formation and Post-Colonial Decay in Pakistan, Asian Journal of Social Science, Vol 49 (2021) 9-15.
Chosen Trauma and Saffronization of India, International Area Studies Review, Vol 25, No 1, (2021) 1-14.
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ducation: Bachelors in International Relations from the National Defence University, Islamabad.
International Relations, South Asian Geopolitics, U.S.-China Strategic Competition, Great Power Interests, Domestic Politics and Foreign Policy. Currently, Khan is working on the impact of U.S.-China relations on the evolving South Asian geopolitics, with a special focus on China –Pakistan relations and its implications for the South Asian region (Afghanistan and India).
Before joining IPRI as an ARA, Khan has been a member of the Consortium of Indo-Pacific Researchers (CIPR), and a Research Intern with the China Focus Program at the Carter Center in the United States.
Khan has presented research papers at different international conferences in Canada, the UAE, Poland, Russia, and the United States. His research on the implications of climate-induced migration in North Africa received the Best Undergraduate Research Paper Award at the International Conference on Climate Change organized by the London School of Economics, Middle East Center, at the American University of Sharjah, UAE.
Furqan Khan, “Prospects for China’s BRI and Strategic Influence in Post-COVID-19 Central Asia”, Przegląd Strategiczny (Strategic Review), Adam Mickiewicz University, Poland, Issue 14, 2021, pp. 323-339, (December 2021).
Dr. Asifa Jahangir, Furqan Khan, “Challenges to Afghan Refugee Children’s Education in Pakistan: A Human Security Perspective”, Pakistan Journal of Humanities & Social Sciences, Volume 9, Issue 4, (December 2021).
Furqan Khan, “Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership and China’s Geopolitical Checkmate in the Indo-Pacific Region”, The Journal of Indo-Pacific Affairs, Air University Press of the USAF, Volume 4, Issue 3, pp. 349-361, (June 8, 2021).
Furqan Khan, “Geopolitics of RCEP and Sino-American Competition in Asia-Pacific Region”, Regional Studies Quarterly, Volume 38; Issue 3, pp. 26-48, (autumn 2020).
Furqan Khan, Khadijah Saeed, “Russian Geopolitics in the Twenty First Century: Foreign Policy, Nationalism, and the Role of Neo-Eurasianism in the Emerging World Order”, Journal of European Studies, Volume 37; Issue no. 2, pp. 92-116, (July 2021).
Furqan Khan, Khadijah Saeed, “Threat Asymmetry and Transition in Deterrence: Technical Assessment of India’s Ballistic Missile Defence”, Journal of South Asian Studies, Vol. 8; Issue 1, pp. 13-24, (April 2021).
Furqan Khan, Asma Sana, “Appraisal of Indian Military Modernization: Implications of Regional Strategic Stability”, Journal of Political Science, Issue XXXVIII, (2020).
Dr. Asifa Jahnagir, Furqan Khan, ‘US Propensity towards India in perspective of Nuclear Bonding: Security Apprehensions for South Asian Region and Pakistan’, NUST Journal of International Peace and Stability, Volume 3; Issue 1 (2020).
Furqan Khan,“Post-COVID-19 Central Asia: Sino-American Geopolitical Competition”, Chapter in the book ‘COVID-19 and Central Asia: Crisis Management, Economic Impact, and Social Transformation’ edited by Marlene Laruelle and published by theCentral Asia program of George Washington University, U.S. January 7, 2021. Dr. Asifa Jahangir, Furqan Khan, “Afghan Refugees Children’s Education in Pakistan: Assessment of Pakistan-UNHCR Joint Collaboration and Challenges”, Chapter for Book in Paul Leclair (ed.), Refugee Crisis: Global Perspectives, Challenges and Issues, New York: NOVA Publishers, 2020.
On behalf of The Carter Center’s China Focus Program, Khan Interviewed Pakistan’s Former Foreign Secretary Ambassador (R) Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry on U.S.-China-Pakistan Relations amidst the Russia-Ukraine Crisis. The interview is published by the U.S.-China Perception Monitor, official website of the Carter Centre’s China Focus Program. June 23, 2022: https://uscnpm.org/2022/06/23/aizaz-ahmad-chaudhry-on-ukraine-and-us-china-relations/
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LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/furqan-khan-b6149b17b Tweets @furqan_khans
Noorulain Naseem is an academic and a researcher on Afghan refugees, border security, and ethno-nationalism. She is currently working with the Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) as a researcher on Pakistan-U.S. relations and has been a visiting fellow at the Stimson Center in Washington DC. Before this, she was a lecturer in the department of International Relations at NUML University, Islamabad.
Education: M.Phil. in International Relations, Department of International Relations, National Defence University Pakistan.
Area of Research: Strategic Studies (International Relations, Counterterrorism, Insurgency, Extremism, and Geopolitics).
Mr. Shiraz Shaikh is a graduate of International Relations from the National Defence University (NDU) and has previously worked as a Deputy Editor at Hilal Publications, ISPR. He has a keen interest in terrorism, traditional and non-traditional approaches to security, extremism, far-right and Islamic movements, and alliance politics. Areas of his ongoing research include the rise of terrorism and development in ex-FATA.
Education: PhD in International Relations (In progress), School of Politics, and International Relations (SPIR), Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), Islamabad.
MPhil in International Relations from National Defence University (NDU), Islamabad.
MSc in Defence and Strategic Studies (DSS), Quaid-i-Azam University (QAU), Islamabad.
Area of Research: Hybrid warfare (AI, Cyber warfare and Cyber politics), Governance and Public Policy (Comparative Politics, Foreign Policy and Political Cultures in South Asia and Middle East).
Ms. Noureen Akhtar is presently working in Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) as Resident Researcher. She has a vast experience in Research and Academia. She has also served as a Policy Consultant at Strategic Policy Planning Cell (SPPC), National Security Division (NSD), Prime Minister Office (PMO) and as Research Officer at Institute for Strategic Studies, Research & Analysis (ISSRA), NDU. She is a regular contributor of Op-eds/articles on current political, security and strategic issues in English print/online source of Pakistan and abroad.
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Ms Shamsa Nawaz has authored two books, including India’s Nuclear Weapons Programme? and Pakistan’s Futuristic Peace Paradigm. She has also co-authored a book on Kashmir: January, 2020; Its Geo sociological Imperative. She served as a Senior Research Associate/ Editor at Strategic Vision Institute, Islamabad (2019-2020) and Institute of Strategic Studies, Islamabad (2013-2019), before joining IPRI. She has been a regular contributor to both national and international journals/ magazines. Her area of expertise is nuclear politics in South Asia, Kashmir and Contemporary Europe.
Education: M.Phil in Library and Information Science (In progress), Department of Library & Information Science (DLIS), University of Peshawar (UOP), Peshawar.
Master’s in Library & Information Science from Khushal Khan Khattak University Karak (KKKUK), Karak. BS (Hons) in Computer Science from Kohat University of Science & Technolgy (KUST), Kohat.
Area of Research: Digital Marketing of Library (Digital Media, Social Media, Electronic Media, Social Networking Sites) & Information Communication Technologies in Library (Internet, web 2.0/3.0, Cloud Computing, Artificial Intelligence, Cyber Security).
Professional Experience: Mr. Muhammad Sultan Khattak is presently working in Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) as Librarian. He has a vast experience in different capacities. He served as a Librarian at Ministry of Law & Justice, Islamabad (December 2021 – January 2023), Officer IN charge Library at Pakistan Cadet College, Murree (September 2020 – October 2021) and Librarian at Professional College of Medical Sciences, Karak, (August 2019 – July 2020), before joining IPRI. His areas of expertise are Library Software’s like (KOHA, SLIMS, Calibre, EndNote, & SPSS), Automation and Digitization of Library & Manual Operations of library.
He has also worked as a Social Media Volunteer and a Rapporteur with Sustainable Development Policy Institute (SDPI), Islamabad (November 2021 – December 2022).
He also attended 50+ National and Internationals Webinars, Seminars and Conferences on different topics in the field of Library and Information Science.
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alha Ul Huda is a Broadcast/Digital Media and Editorial specialist, having worked for several TV channels, Magazines and Digital Publications.
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Area of interest: Russia-China relations; Eurasian geopolitics; Far East.
Bachelors in Social Sciences, major International Relations from SZABIST Islamabad
Volunteering at London Politica as Social Media Associate and as a Moderator at the Geopolitics Club; Independent Researcher.
She is responsible for managing all our social media platforms, and for building networks and partnerships. She also frequently contributes her writings to various online magazines. She has previously worked as a Research Associate and a News writer.
She tweets at @JavairyahAatif
Mr. Hassan Zaib is currently serving as Assistant Web Administrator at IPRI. He holds a Bachelors degree in Computer Science from Barani Institute of Information Technology (Arid University), Rawalpindi. Before joining IPRI, he has served in Gourmet as Network Support Officer in 2017 and later joined Skyscrapers Pvt Ltd as IT Executive. Mr. Hassan brings with him three years of experience of web development, networking, computer maintenance and skills he learned from his previous employment. His areas of expertise are Software development and Information Technology.
Educations: MS in Economics, Department of Economics, COMSATS University Islamabad Pakistan.
Area of Research: Macroeconomics, Economics Security, International Economics, Environmental Economics and Monetary Economics.
Mr. Basit Ali is a Post Graduate Economist from COMSATS University Islamabad (CUI), and has previously worked as a Development Fellow at Ministry of Planning Development and Special Initiative. He has a keen interest in Macroeconomic Analysis, Economic Security, International Economics, and Monetary Economics. Areas of his ongoing research include Economics Security of Pakistan, Political and Economic Instability and its impact on Pakistan Economy, IMF Stabilization Program and Macroeconomic Analysis for Pakistan. His published research work include “The Trade-off Between Household Expenditures and Smoking Expenditure: Pre and Post Smoking Awareness Ordinance in Pakistan” and “Measuring the Impact of Air Pollutants on Ecological Footprint, Forest Area and Cropland”.
Narmeen Fayyaz is a Non-Resident Researcher at IPRI. Her research areas primarily focus on political economy, economic security, climate finance, and macroeconomics. Narmeen has completed her Master’s in Political Economy from the University of York, UK, and her Bachelor’s in Economics and Management from the University of London. Previously, Narmeen has taught Politics of International Economic Relations and Political Economy at Quaid-I-Azam University and has worked on various research studies with UNWOMEN, Deakin University, and other notable think tanks. She is keen on exploring how global economic events impact economic security and policymaking of the developing world, in particular Pakistan.
Muhammad Shahzeb Usman completed his Bachelor of Laws (BA-LL.B.) from the Lahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS) in 2021. He graduated with the degree of Master of Laws (LL.M.) in 2022 from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom where he studied as the Developing Solutions Scholar.
In 2019, he completed the International Course on Global Refugee Crisis on Merit Scholarship at Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey. In 2018, he also completed an International Course on Politics in South – East Asia at UNMC, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. His areas of interest include analyzing the impact of International Financial Institutions (IFIs) from TWAIL perspective, International Human Rights Laws, Economic Rights, Labour Laws, Tax Laws,
Competition Laws, and Refugee Laws
Maryam Fatima completed her Bachelor of Laws (LLB hons.) from the University of London in 2021. She has contributed as an op-ed writer for a Dubai-based news outlet with primary focus on socio-economic affairs, as well as a novel and a research paper to her name. She has served as Chapter Head of the United Nations Association of Pakistan (UNAP). Additionally, she has instructed students of the UoL LLB program as Moot Coach. Her areas of interest and future pursuance include public policy, mediation and global conflict.
Dr. Faiza Ismail has joined LUMS as Assistant Professor-Tenure Track in the Shaikh Ahmed Hassan School of Law (SAHSOL). Dr. Ismail obtained her Ph.D. in Business and Law from University College Dublin (UCD), Ireland. She completed her LLM from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, and LLB from SM Law College Karachi, Pakistan.
Before joining LUMS, she has worked with the Institute of Business Administration, Karachi as a Research Consultant. Her research examines legal and regulatory issues relevant to IMF, Anti Money Laundering Laws, Cyber Laws in Finance and Islamic Finance in the US, UK, and Pakistan.
Her research interests include:
- Commercial Law
- Legal Reasoning
-International Finance Law
-Islamic Finance Law
Muhammad Noman Khan holds a Master of Business Administration Degree from Federal Urdu University of Arts, Science and Technology Islamabad. He has a diversified management experience spanned over 04 years. He has served in various organizations including The Bank of Punjab as a Remittance Transaction Officer. He has also served as an Account Manager Operations and Assistant Finance Manager at US-Based Multinational Medical Transcription and Billing Company and Belfort Security Service (P.v.t) Ltd.