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South Asian Strategic Stability Institute (SASSI)
www.sassi.uk.com, 20 Feb 2012 [cached]
Director: Ms. Maria Sultan
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Director General: Ms Maria Sultan
Maria Sultan, Director General of the South Asian Strategic Stability Insititue (SASSI) was formerly the deputy director of South Asian Strategic Stability Unit at the Bradford Disarmament Research Centre. She was formerly a Research Fellow at the Institute of Strategic Studies (ISSI) in Islamabad. ISSI is an independent think tank working as the research and development section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan. Ms. Sultan is a specialist in South Asian nuclear arms control issues, disarmament, and weapon systems development and has published widely in academic journals and the South Asian media. She has also worked as the Research Assistant in the Department of Peace Studies with Dr. Shaun Gregory on the nuclear command and control issues in South Asia.
Before joining ISS as a researcher Maria was a journalist working as an assistant editor in the influential English daily The Muslim. Her media work has also included time as an anchor person in both TV and radio current affairs programmes. She is also a contributor to different national and international dailies and research journals. Maria has already published extensively in academic journals. She is on the list of visiting faculty member/speaker at Pakistan?s National Defense University, Pakistan Foreign Service Academy, Pakistan Naval War College and is a guest lecturer at the Department of Defence and Strategic Studies, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad and the Department of International Relations, University of Peshawar and Command And Staff College Quetta.
Maria is also registered with the Department of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford for her PhD on 'Pakistan's nuclear arms control policy process'.
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www.sassi.org, 17 Dec 2012 [cached]
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www.sassi.org, 10 Dec 2012 [cached]
Dr Maria Sultan
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Maria Sultan, Director General of the South Asian Strategic Stability Institute (SASSI) was formerly the deputy director of South Asian Strategic Stability Unit at the Bradford Disarmament Research Centre. She was formerly a Research Fellow at the Institute of Strategic Studies (ISSI) inIslamabad. ISSI is an independent think tank working as the research and development section of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan. Ms. Sultan is a specialist in South Asian nuclear arms control issues, disarmament, and weapon systems development and has published widely in academic journals and the South Asian media. She has also worked as the Research Assistant in the Department of Peace Studies with Dr. Shaun Gregory on the nuclear command and control issues inSouth Asia.
Before joining ISS as a researcher Maria was a journalist working as an assistant editor in the influential English daily The Muslim. Her media work has also included time as an anchor person in both TV and radio current affairs programmes. She is also a contributor to different national and international dailies and research journals. Maria has already published extensively in academic journals. She is on the list of visiting faculty member/speaker at Pakistan's National Defense University, Pakistan Foreign Service Academy,Pakistan Naval War College and is a guest lecturer at the Department of Defence and Strategic Studies, Quaid-e-Azam University, Islamabad and the Department of International Relations, University of Peshawar and Command and Staff College Quetta.
Maria Sultan, a Pakistani ...
www.sassi.org, 17 Dec 2012 [cached]
Maria Sultan, a Pakistani expert on South Asian nuclear arms control and disarmament issues, writes that BMD capability “would allow Indiato launch pre-emptive strikes, rendering Pakistan’s limited ballistic missile capability ineffective.â€[2]Khalid Banuri, Director, Arms Control and Disarmament Affairs, Strategic Plans Division, Chaklala, also believes that BMD capability would “provide an elated sense of security and prompt pre-emptive impulses from India.â€Â [3]The Congressional study by Feickert and Kronstadt says that Indian ABM capability can break the current state of deterrence between India and Pakistan.[4] Zafar Nawaz Jaspal, a Pakistani WMD expert, says the Indian BMD systems pose challenges to Pakistan’s nuclear deterrence capability by eroding strategic equilibrium and shifting balance of power in India’s favor.
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[2] Maria Sultan, “Emerging NMD Technologies and the South Asian Context,†Caspian Brief No. 26, August 2002, p. 6.
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Dr Maria Sultan, Director General,SASSI called the drone strikes as unethical, illegal and a severe violation of international law. © TheNewsTribe
Dr Maria Sultan, Director General,SASSIÂ called the drone strikes as unethical, illegal and a severe violation of international law. Highlighting lack of transparency and accountability in drone strikes, she said, international law does not allow spy agencies to conduct militarized operation in sovereign countries. She said, legal and operational use of drones is inter-coined which entails the nature of weapon and its legal jurisdiction to be used anywhere in the world.
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This was said by Dr Maria Sultan Director General, South Asian Strategic Stability Institute in a press conference held at Press Club Islamabad on 27th September 2012. The South Asian Strategic Stability Institute (SASSI) is an independent think tank dedicated to promoting peace and stability in South Asia. Its work is focused on strategic stability in the South Asia region, and thus on the emergent nuclear relationship which is at the heart of that stability.
India’s BMD technology development affects the balance of power in the region. Indian BMD systems pose challenges to Pakistan’s nuclear deterrence capability by corroding strategic equilibrium and unstable balance of power in India’s favor. Dr Sultan further stated that the ‘No First Use’ is in itself logic to build a large nuclear arsenal, and one which can clearly be seen in the draft nuclear doctrine where India, on the one hand, pledges to maintain minimum credible deterrence and on the other, it aspires to build a nuclear triad and further weapon development without taking into account regional stability.
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Maria Sultan
This was said by Dr Maria ...
www.sassi.org, 13 Dec 2012 [cached]
This was said by Dr Maria Sultan Director General, South Asian Strategic Stability Institute in a press conference held at Press Club Islamabad on 27th September 2012. The South Asian Strategic Stability Institute (SASSI) is an independent think tank dedicated to promoting peace and stability in South Asia. Its work is focused on strategic stability in the South Asia region, and thus on the emergent nuclear relationship which is at the heart of that stability.
India's BMD technology development affects the balance of power in the region. Indian BMD systems pose challenges to Pakistan's nuclear deterrence capability by corroding strategic equilibrium and unstable balance of power in India's favor. Dr Sultan further stated that the 'No First Use' is in itself logic to build a large nuclear arsenal, and one which can clearly be seen in the draft nuclear doctrine where India, on the one hand, pledges to maintain minimum credible deterrence and on the other, it aspires to build a nuclear triad and further weapon development without taking into account regional stability.
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