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Nabila Jaffer


0092-51-9203967, nabilajaffer22@gmail.com

Nabila Jaffer is the Research Analyst at the Institute of Regional Studies. She started her career in 2015. She has published number of research papers in institute’s honorable journal, policy paper, reports, and regional brief. Her research work has been cited by both the national and international research scholars. Her research areas at the IRS are China-US Relations and Indo-China Regional Competition.


Qualification
  • M. Phil - Defence and Strategic Studies, Quaid-i-Azam University
  • Masters of Advanced Studies (MAS) in International and European Security Studies, Global Studies Institute, University of Geneva, Switzerland
  • Certificate in International Training Course in Security Policy 2013-2014, Geneva Centre for Security Policy (GCSP), Switzerland
Specialization & Interest
  • Conflict and Security, Governance, Regional Institutions and Geo-political issues, East Asia/South Asia
Publications
  • The First Enlargement of Shanghai Cooperation Organization and its Implications
  • The Major Stumbling Blocks in the Peace Process between India and Pakistan
  • Indo-US Nuclear Cooperation: Progress and Implications
  • China's Economic Supremacy: Implications for International Security
  • The Impact of Ajit Doval Doctrine on Indo-Pak Relations and Kashmir Conflict
  • MAS Research Paper: China’s Increasing Economic Interests and Future Course of Relations with the United States
Experience
  • Research Fellow at Center for Research and Security Studies (Oct. 2011- Sept. 2013)
  • Member of Youth Parliament Pakistan (MYP-FATA, 2013)
  • M&E Officer at Media House Islamabad (Project by DW Akademie, Nov. 2014-July 2015)
  • Alumni - U.S. Cultural Exchange Programme (IVLP-National Security and Foreign Affairs, 2012) Alumni GCSP-2014
  • Alumni-Gansu International Fellowship Programme-2017

Recent

The First Enlargement of Shanghai Cooperation Organization and its Implications

The Major Stumbling Blocks in the Peace Process between India and Pakistan