Mansoor Ahmed

Harvard Kennedy School of Government

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Stanton nuclear security junior faculty fellow at the Harvard Kennedy School of Government; former lecturer at Quaid-I-Azam in Islamabad

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Two nuclear-armed nations make South Asia one of the world's most dangerous places, with Pakistan rapidly increasing its arsenal to outpace India.

Nuclear Weapons: The Pride of Pakistan

Two nuclear-armed nations make South Asia one of the world's most dangerous places, with Pakistan rapidly increasing its arsenal to outpace India.

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