This publication offers an in-depth study of the ongoing negotiations for the Pandemic Treaty. The treaty has been proposed as a strategic response to manage global health crises in the post-COVID-19 era and is being developed under the World Health Organization's (WHO) purview.
The monograph examines various aspects of conceivable cyber threats against space architecture and proposes potential mechanisms to effectively counter such formidable challenges.
This Issue Brief explores three ethical implications of drones: the dehumanization of the drone target, the implications of drones regarding the pre-existing ethical frameworks on war (Jus Ad Bellum) and the new forms of control and sovereign control over death and life made possible by drones.
The growing trend of disinformation operations is weakening the trust in international community general and multilateral institutions in particular. As State-backed disinformation wars have become a central facet of global geopolitics, its disorderly impact on the international security environment and future challenges are yet to be decoded.
The Hazaras have suffered from centuries of discrimination, violence, and systemic oppression, ranging from historical atrocities under the rule of Amir Abdul Rahman to targeted attacks by the Taliban and the Islamic State of Khorasan Province. This Issue Brief examines the extent of marginalization faced by the Hazara Shia community in Afghanistan under the Taliban regime.