Ali Mustafa discusses how the Nuclear Responsibilities framework is a welcome addition to the nuclear discourse in Pakistan – however, meaningful future engagement on responsibilities requires understanding Pakistani sensibilities.
Ali Mustafa is a former Lecturer at the Department of Strategic Studies, National Defence University Islamabad. He holds an M.A in Nonproliferation & Terrorism Studies from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey and is a recipient of the CRDF Global Nonproliferation Scholarship 2013-2014.
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