IRS |Institute of Regional Studies

Islamabad

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Maryam Mastoor

Qualification

  • M.Phil (IR) - Qauid-e-Azam University, Islamabad

Experience

  • Worked as Research Associate at ISSRA, National Defence University. (September 2, 2013 – April 2014)
  • Worked as an Assistant Editor for ISSRA papers, NDU
  • Taught a Masters level course on Threats to International Security at the Department of International Relations, NDU (September 9, 2013-January, 2, 2014
  • Worked as a Research Assistant with Dr. Christophe Jaffrelot (June 2012- November 2012), Sciences po, CERI France.
  • As a Research Assistant at Institute of Regional Studies (IRS), Islamabad. (2008-2011)
  • As an Intern under the auspices of Ministry of Information and Broadcasting, Pakistan at Institute of Regional Studies (IRS), Islamabad. (2007-2008)

Specialization

  • Political developments of Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India and Pakistan Foreign Policy of United States.

Interests

  • Political and security issues in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan

Publications

  • Assisted in editing a book on Pakistan, Pakistan at the Crossroads, edited by Dr. Christophe Jaffrelot, Columbia University Press, 2016
  • Indo US Relations under Modi, (Forthcoming)
  • Awami League Politics of Vengeance since 2009 Spotlight, (August 2016)
  • Contributed a Chapter, Reflections on Indian Grand Strategy, in a book, Indian Grand Strategy, December 2015
  • Road to Pakistan’s Dismemberment, Focus, 2015
  • Resurgence of Taliban in Afghanistan: Impacts on Pakistan, ISSRA papers, NDU, Spring Issue, 2013.
  • India-Bangladesh Relations: A New Phase of Cooperation, Spotlight, Institute of Regional Studies (May 2011)
  • "US Strategy Towards Post-Taliban Afghanistan: Analyzing State Building Efforts”, Regional Studies , Vol. XXVIII ,No.3 (Summer 2010) pg 31-73
  • "Bangladesh's Political Turmoil, 2006-08:An Analysis”, Regional Studies, XXXVII, No .4 a. (Autumn 2009) pg82-103
  • “Environmental degradation: Focus on Water Scarcity in South Asia" , Regional Studies, Vol XXVII, No.1, (Winter 2008-2009) pg 95-119
  • “Dalits in Indian Polity; A Survey”, Regional Studies, Vol, XXIV, No. 2 (Spring 2008) pg 85-112

Research Analyst
Phone: 0092-51-9204934 , 0092-51-9204865 (Ext:109)
Fax: 0092-51-9204055
Email: maryammastoor@yahoo.com