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Pakistan and India each tested nuclear weapons before the end of the last century, and their continuing rivalry has raised fears that South Asia could one day witness a nuclear war. How has nuclear weapons affected their rivalry? Are they finding ways to managing their relationship to avoid a cataclysmic war?
|Dr. Sannia Abdullah is an expert on Pakistani and Indian foreign and defense policies and teaches graduate courses at Quaid-i-Azam University in Islamabad, Pakistan, where she received her Ph.D. in 2015. She has published on a variety of strategic issues, most recently on the “Iran Nuclear Deal: Implications for Regional Security,” in the Journal of Political Studies (Winter 2015). This spring, she is a Visiting Research Scholar at the Cooperative Monitoring Center at Sandia National Laboratories in Albuquerque. She also held a Nonproliferation Fellowship at Monterey Institute of International Studies in 2013 and has spoken at several think tanks and policy research institutes in the United States.
Dr. Abdullah is also a media personality, having been the live anchor in both radio and television news programs in Pakistan since 2009.
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