Moiz Khan is a Researcher at the Centre for Aerospace & Security Studies (CASS), Islamabad.
He is a graduate of the Defense & Strategic Studies Department at Quaid-i-Azam University,
Islamabad. His research focuses on the intersection of military strategy, technology, aerospace
and cyber warfare, weapons of mass destruction, and arms control. Prior to joining CASS, Mr
Khan served as a Fellow with the Strategic Studies Institute Islamabad (SSII), working on issues
related to Nuclear Politics, Strategy, and Arms Control and Disarmament (AC&D). He has also
worked as an intern at the Arms Control and Disarmament Affairs Directorate in the Strategic
Plans Division (SPD), Pakistan.
The Washington Declaration: A Boon or Bane for the Korean Peninsula?
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North Korea Forges its Treasure Sword
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Belt and Road Initiative: A Decade of Progress and Global Significance
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Revolution in Military Affairs and Relevance of Air Power
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Urgency of Reviewing India-Pakistan’s CBMs & Risk Reduction Measures
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