Dr Muhammad Shareh Qazi

Dr Muhammad Shareh Qazi is a Henry L. Stimson Center South Asian Voices Visiting Fellow 2023 Cohort and currently an Assistant Professor at Department of Political Science, University of the Punjab, Lahore. He has been part of the CSSPR-BASIC-ICCS project on Nuclear Responsibilities since 2022 and is currently a CSSPR Nuclear Fellow at the Center for Security, Strategy and Policy Research at University of Lahore. He is also part of the ISYP/IPCS/CSSPR/NIICE Cyber-Nuclear Nexus Roundtable Series for South Asia and an Indo-Pacific Maritime Strategy Expert for Summer and Winter Schools of Center for Research and Innovation in Maritime Affairs, Minhaj University Lahore. He holds a Doctorate in International Relations with his dissertation focus on Nuclear Diplomacy in South Asia. He holds a Certificate of Merit in Academic Excellence in Strategic and Nuclear Studies from National Defense University Islamabad and is the author of the book titled ‘Escalation Patterns in South Asia: Future of Credible Minimum Deterrence.’

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