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Journal of Security and Strategic Analyses

Since its establishment in 2013, the Strategic Vision Institute (SVI) has successfully managed to build a modest impact on the security, strategy, peace, and policy discourse development. The efforts have further been materialized through the publication of its premier biannual journal; Journal of Security and Strategic Analyses (JSSA). It is a peer-reviewed journal conforming to all the standards of HEC and is recognized in Y-Category by HEC-HJRS.

The JSSA is a new journal in the foregoing fields captioned in its title. It primarily focuses on the contemporary issues of security and strategic studies with a multi-disciplinary perspective. The journal is published both in print and online versions.

(The SVI is registered with Registrar Islamabad under Literary Societies Act 1882 vide Registered Certificate: 166 and Vol: 1016 on 7th day of January 2013 having an
NTN : 4177120.)

Current Issue

Summer 2021

Volume VII , Number 1

Research Papers

Mackinder’s Heartland Theory: Historic Rivalry and the China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI)

Dr. Mansur Umar Khan

National Integration: Challenges and Options for Pakistan

Muhammad Nawaz Khan

Global Security in the Post-Cold War Era and the Relevance of Nuclear Weapons

Dr. Christoph Bluth

India’s Soft Power Image: A Case Study of the Indian Economy under Modi

Masood Khurshid
Dr. Asma Shakir Khawaja

India-Israel Defence Cooperation: Security Implications for Pakistan

Saddaf Sultaana

Pakistan – India Security Paradox: Between Deterrence and Coercive Diplomacy

Dr. Maryam Azam

Book reviews

China’s Model of Development: Lessons for Pakistan

Reviewed by
Khawaja Dawood Tariq