Dr. Saira Nawaz Abbasi
Category: Faculty
Published on: November 3, 2016
Last updated on November 29th, 2022
Personal Information
Campus Islamabad img_20160106_161445
Department H&SS
Designation Senior Assistant Professor
Name Dr. Saira Nawaz Abbasi
Email sairanawaz.buic@bahria.edu.pk
Phone (Office Ext) 9260002 – 2068
Research Area Middle East, Russia & Security Studies
Number of Publications 8
Qualification
Degree Passing Year Majors University
PhD 2022 International Relations Quaid-i-Azam university, Islamabad
M.Phil 2013 International Relations Quaid-i-Azam university, Islamabad
MS.c 2007 Defense & Strategic Studies Quaid-i-Azam university, Islamabad
Short Course on Nuclear Safety, Security and Safeguards 2018 Nuclear Studies University of Tennessee, Knoxville. USA
Nuclear Security and Non-proliferation 2018 Nuclear Studies CRDF Global
Teaching Experience
Designation From To Organization
Senior Assistant Professor July 2022 Current Bahria University, Islamabad Campus
Assistant Professor 2018 2022 Bahria University, Islamabad Campus
Senior Lecturer 2014 2018 Bahria University, Islamabad Campus
       
Publications
1.   Geostrategic Significance Of Gwadar Port For Afghanistan, Central Asian Republics (Cars), Persian Gulf: Challenges And Impediments,” Webology, volume 19, no 3 (2022).
https://www.webology.org/abstract.php?id=2797
2.   “Desecuritization, Resilience and Terrorism: Towards a Comprehensive Approach on Counter-Terrorism in Pakistan,” Journal of Research Society of Pakistan, Punjab University volume 58, no 4 (2021).
http://pu.edu.pk/images/journal/history/PDF-FILES/22_58_4_21.pdf
3. “Russian Diplomatic and Military Statecraft in Syria,” Journal of Contemporary Studies NDU volume X, no.1 (2021).
https://jcs.ndu.edu.pk/site/article/view/156#.YYKY7NkVXbU.
4. “Hybrid Warfare: A Reorientation of Russian Foreign Policy in Syria,” Pakistan Journal of International Affairs 04, no.02 (2021)
http://www.pjia.com.pk/index.php/pjia/article/view/177/127
5. “Russian Foreign Policy in Eurasia and Re-Sovietization of Ukraine Under Putin,” Progressive Research Journal of Arts and Humanities (PRJAH) 03, no. 1 (2021): 1-11.
6. “Rise of Hindutva Mind-Set and Saffronisation of Indian Society,” International Review of Social Sciences 09, no. 02 (February 2021): 09-21. https://irss.academyirmbr.com/paper_details.php?id=780
7. “The Rising Troika of China, Russia and Pakistan: Challenges for India,” International Review of Social Sciences 08, no.12 (December 2020): 288-296. https://irss.academyirmbr.com/papers/1608572262.pdf
Conference/Workshops
1. “Desecuritization, Resilience and Terrorism: Towards a Comprehensive Approach on Counter Terrorism in Pakistan” in International Conference on Non-Traditional Security Paradigms of Pakistan: Options & Challenges, organized by University of Sindh, June 24-25, 2021.
2. Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT) highlighted the Pakistani and Indian stance over the signing of the treaty at a workshop conducted by STR (Strategic Technology Resources) on Arms Control and Disarmament: The Nuclear Dimension.