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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 the standards of HEC recognized journal and aspires to be soon recognized by HEC.

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.



Current Issue

Winter 2018

Volume IV, Number 2

Research Papers

NSG Expansion for Non-NPT States: Criteria and Candidacy

Dr. Zafar Khan

Is the United States still the World's only Superpower: Implications for Pakistan’s Foreign Policy

Dr. Kenneth Holland

Regional Security Complex Theory: A Case Study of Afghanistan-Testing the Alliance

Dr. Lubna Sunawar

Nexus between Climate Change and Human Insecurity: Implicaons for Pakistan

Adeel Mukhtar

Islamic State in Afghanistan: Challenges for Pakistan

Asad Ullah Khan & Arhama Siddiqua

Ballistic Missile Defence and Mulple Independently Targetable Re-entry Vehicles: Nuclear Deterrence in South Asia

Ahyousha Khan

Book reviews

War on Peace the End of Diplomacy and the Decline of American Influence

Amna Ejaz Rafi

Grave New World: The End of Globalizaon, the Return of History

Khurram Abbas


ISSN:2414-4762

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