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Annual Report
2011
Faculty Profile:
1.
Dr. Muhammad Islam
Associate Professor/ActingDirector
Qualification:
Ph.D. (Louisiana State University, USA)
Field of Specialization:
US Foreign Policy, Central Asia, South Asia
M.Phil. Produced:
06
1.
Hamid Rasul, “Comparative Analysis and Prospects for US Foreign Policies
towards India and Pakistan.”
2.
Sardar Muhammad Usman, “Role of Key Think Tanks in U.S. Foreign Policy
Making: Post ColdWar Period.”
3.
Saeed Ahmad, “Portrayed of Muslims & Blacks in American Movies: 1980-
2010.”
4.
Waseem Khokhar, “CIDA and USAID to Pakistan, Post 9/11:
Complementarity and Divergence in the Global Context.”
5.
Khan Zeb, “Talibanization and Socio-Economic Development in
Waziristan: Post 9/11 Era.”
6.
Anila Yousaf, “American Civil War: The North and the South Break Apart:
External Influences.”
2.
Dr. Rukhsana Qamber
Associate Professor
Qualification:
Ph.D. (University of Texas, USA)
Field of Specialization:
Latin American/American Studies/History (Medieval andNineteenth
Century)/economics and politics/I.R.
M.Phil. Produced:
03
1.
Waseem Ahmad, “Impact of War on American Society: A Study of
Hemingway, Fitzgerald and Steinbeck's SelectedWork.”
2.
Sana Tariq, “GarciaMarquez: Latin American Politics in Literature.”
3.
Malik Atif Hayat, “US Resistance to Global Environmental Degradation:
FromRio to Copenhagen: An Explanation.”
3.
Dr. NomanOmar Sattar
Assistant Professor
Qualification:
Ph.D. (University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, Indiana,USA)
Field of Specialization:
US Foreign policy, politics, government, society, US-Soviet relations (postwar),
US-European relations (postwar), South Asian politics, security, Nuclear
Proliferation, Deterrence, Pakistan's politics, society, foreign policy, Islam,
religion and politics, Terrorism.
M.Phil. Produced:
01
Qurat-ul-Ain Qureshi, “Dateline 2010: NATO's Success and Failures in
Afghanistan.”
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