Ms Khansa Qureshi is working as a Researcher at the Centre for Aerospace & Security Studies (CASS), Islamabad. She holds BS (Hons.) degree in Strategic Studies from the National Defence University (NDU), Islamabad, Pakistan. Her areas of research interest include great power rivalries, geopolitics, political violence, and nuclear and strategic affairs. Before joining CASS, Her previous experience includes working with the Indus News Network as an Associate Editor.
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