Shaza Arif is a student of Defence and Diplomatic Studies at Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi. She has also participated in an international workshop entitled Commonwealth Futures : Re-imaging Peace at Durban University of Technology, South Africa in March 2020. Her areas of interest are Space, Artificial Intelligence and Strategy . She writes opinion articles on issues related to politics, modern warfare and strategy.
BASIC-ICCS Nuclear Responsibility Framework: An Important Tool for Understanding a Complex Subject
The British American Security Information Council (BASIC) and the Institute for Conflict, Cooperation and Security (ICCS), University of Birmingham, launched the
Revival of Diplomacy: Saudi Arabia and Iran Sign Historic Agreement in Beijing
Over the past few weeks, international headlines and blogs were focused on the now ‘one- year war Ukraine’, but then, surprising developments occurred
Will ChatGPT be our Next Go-to Search Platform?
The power of a conversation should never be underestimated. OpenAI’s recently-launched chatbot, ChatGPT has certainly exemplified this sentiment,
Automating Warfare: Implications of Lethal Autonomous Weapons on the Battlefield
Autonomy is emerging as a central element of the technological realm. Amongst other domains, its scope has also extended to warfare. Technologies such as Lethal Autonomous Weapon
‘Your eyes can deceive you, don’t trust them’ was a famous dialogue by Obi-Wan Kenobi in the sci-fic movie Star Wars. The assertion seems to be
Usman W. Chohan, Pandemics and Public Value Management
The onset of the COVID-19 Pandemic has transformed the world to a remarkable extent. Its impact will certainly be felt even when it becomes a fading memory. Among the many areas