|Evolution of ideas, Diffusion of knowledge, Nuclear Proliferation, Nonproliferation and Disarmament Issues, Hybrid Warfare and Strategic Stability, Nuclear Discourse and Nuclear Learning, Nuclear ’Nationalism,’ Strategic Culture, Norms, Social Movements etc.|
· Sadia Tasleem, Indo-US Nuclear Cooperation: Altering Strategic Positioning & Shifting Balance of Power in South Asia (Colombo: Regional Centre for Strategic Studies, 2007). Available at http://www.rcss.org/publication/policy_paper/Policy44.pdf.
Research papers and articles
· “No Indian BMD for No Pakistani MIRVs,” Stimson Center Off Ramps Initiative at https://www.stimson.org/content/no-indian-bmd-no-pakistani-mirvs.
· “Pakistan’s Nuclear Use Doctrine” at http://carnegieendowment.org/2016/06/30/pakistan-s-nuclear-use-doctrine-pub-63913.
· “Regional Drivers of Pakistan’s Nuclear Outlook,” in Perspectives on the Evolving Nuclear Order edited by Toby Dalton, TogzhanKassenova, Lauryn Williams, available at http://carnegieendowment.org/files/NuclearPerspectives_final.pdf.
· “Conceptualizing the Relationship Between Nuclear Learning and Doctrinal Thinking: Understanding the Pakistani Perspective and Assessing Deterrence Stability,” in Nuclear Learning in South Asia: The Next Decade, available at http://www.nps.edu/Academics/Centers/CCC/Research/NuclearLearning/7%20Nuclear%20Learning_Tasleem.pdf.
· Sadia Tasleem, “Creating a Constituency for Unilateral Nuclear Restraint in Pakistan: Prospects and Challenges,” (2015) at http://posse.gatech.edu/sites/default/files/pubfiles/Tasleem%20-%20POSSE%202015%20Draft%20Paper.pdf.
· Sadia Tasleem, “Diffusion of Nuclear Knowledge: Technology, Policy and Posture,” Program on Strategic Stability Evaluation (2013) at http://posse.gatech.edu/sites/default/files/pubfiles/Sadia%20Tasleem%20POSSE%20VI%20Final%20Paper.pdf. Also re-posted at http://www.css.ethz.ch/content/specialinterest/gess/cis/center-for-securities-studies/en/services/digital-library/publications/publication.html/156919.
· Sadia Tasleem, “Assessing Impact of Indo-US Strategic Partnership on Strategic Stability in South Asia,” Margalla Papers (2008).
· Sadia Tasleem, “A.Q.Khan Conundrum Resurfaces: Need to Understand Challenges confronted by Nuclear ECRs Enhances,” Defence Journal 9:12 (July 2006).
· Sadia Tasleem, “Nuclear Export Control Regimes: A Critical Evaluation,” Defence Journal 9:11 (June 2006).
· Sadia Tasleem, “Development of Pakistan’s Nuclear Weapons Program: Setback for the Export Control Regimes,” Defence Journal 9:8 (March 2006).
· Sadia Tasleem, “US Policies: Challenge to the Global Nonproliferation Regime,” Defence Journal 8:11 (June 2005).Reviews
· Sadia Tasleem, “Not war, not peace,” review of George Perkovich and Toby Dalton, Not War Not Peace: Motivating Pakistan to prevent cross-border terrorism, in Friday Times (14 October 2016) at http://www.thefridaytimes.com/tft/not-war-not-peace/. Same review was also published as “Pulls and pressures in India and Pakistan,” IPCS (27 September 2016) at http://www.ipcs.org/article/indo-pak/book-review-pulls-and-pressures-in-india-and-pakistan-5138.html.
· Review of “India’s Slow and Unstoppable Move to MIRV” by Rajesh Basrur and JaganathSankaran in The Lure and Pitfalls of MIRVs: From the First to the Second Nuclear Age. My review was published as “MIRVing and Deterrence Challenges for India,” available at http://www.stimson.org/content/mirving-and-deterrence-challenges-india.
· Sadia Tasleem, “Book Review: Deception: Pakistan, the United States and the Global Nuclear Weapons Conspiracy,” Margalla Papers (2007) at http://www.ndu.edu.pk/issra/issra_pub/articles/margalla-paper/Margalla-Papers-2007/Margalla_Papers_2007.pdf.
Opinion Pieces& Commentaries
· Sadia Tasleem, “RIP Credible Minimum Deterrence,” South Asian Voices (January 27, 2017) at https://southasianvoices.org/hot-takes-pakistans-mirv-capable-ababeel-missile/
Sad Tasleem, “Banning the Bomb: Pakistan’s Prospects,” South Asian Voices (December 13, 2016) at https://southasianvoices.org/global-nuclear-weapons-ban-mean-pakistan/
· Sadia Tasleem, “Measuring Fragility: A Case-study of Pakistan,” Fragile States Index 2016: A Review, 184 (September 9, 2016) at http://www.ipcs.org/pdf_file/issue/IPCS_Special_Report_184_FSI2016-A_Review.pdf.
· Sadia Tasleem, “Deterring Nuclear Terrorism: Reflections from Islamabad,” Bulletin of Atomic Scientists (June 5, 2013) at http://www.thebulletin.org/nuclear-deterrence-and-terrorism-implications-global-security/deterring-nuclear-terrorism
· Sadia Tasleem, “Silver linings, ominous clouds,” Bulletin of Atomic Scientists (June 20, 2013) http://www.thebulletin.org/nuclear-deterrence-and-terrorism-implications-global-security/silver-linings-ominous-clouds
· Sadia Tasleem, “Flailing, but not failing,” Bulletin of Atomic Scientists (July 11, 2013) http://www.thebulletin.org/nuclear-deterrence-and-terrorism-implications-global-security/flailing-not-failing
· Sadia Tasleem, “Missing the forest for the trees,” South Asian Voices (September 5, 2013) at https://southasianvoices.org/missing-the-forest-for-the-trees/.
· Sadia Tasleem and S. Sasikumar, “Dare to Lead: Increasing Stability in South Asia,” INENS Insights 2 (2012) http://www.inens.org/images/pdfs/insights2.pdf
· Sadia Tasleem, “NASR (Hatf IX): What does it mean for Deterrence and Strategic Stability?,” Eurasia Review (April 26, 2011) at http://www.eurasiareview.com/26042011-nasr-hatf-ix-what-does-it-mean-for-deterrence-and-strategic-stability-oped/
· Sadia Tasleem, “Towards an Indo-Pak Nuclear Lexicon: Minimum Credible Deterrence,” IPCS at http://www.ipcs.org/article/india/towards-an-indo-pak-nuclear-lexicon-ii-credible-minimum-deterrence-3330.html. Reprinted by The Daily Star, Dhaka as “Credibility of the Nuke Posture” at http://www.thedailystar.net/story.php?nid=174701.
· Sadia Tasleem, “Islam Religion of Peace,” Pakistan Observer(March 19, 2004).
· Sadia Tasleem, “Indo-Pak Relations: Urge for Cooperation,” Pakistan Observer(February 21, 2004). Reprinted by Pakistan Times(February 28, 2004). See at: http://pakistantimes.net/2004/02/28/guest2.htm.
· Sadia Tasleem, “SAARC Summit: Prospects for Central Asia,” Pakistan Observer(January 10, 2004).