Mubashar Rizvi

Mubashar is a graduate student at the University of Oxford’s School of Global and Area Studies. His research focuses on Great Power Politics, U.S. and Chinese Foreign Policy, Nuclear Deterrence, Geopolitics of South Asia and the International Law of the Sea. Mubashar is also affiliated with the Research Society of International Law (RSIL), where he heads RSIL’s DataLab and conducts research primarily with the Conflict Law Centre.

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Compendium: Crisis Communications: Indian and Pakistani Perspectives on Responsible Practices

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Report: Exploring Nuclear Risk Reduction Pathways in Southern Asia through Nuclear Responsibilities

In March 2023, BASIC and the Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS) at the University of Birmingham organised ‘Nuclear Responsibilities and Nuclear Crises in Southern Asia: Preventing Escalation through a Responsibility-Based Regime in the Asia-Pacific’. Read the report here.

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