Security and Foreign Policy of India
Sate and Politics in India
International Politics of South Asia
Foreign Policy Analysis
Democracy and Federalism in Pakistan
Postcolonial Theory and Democratic Transition
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed. Democracy in Pakistan: From Rhetoric to Reality (Islamabad: Narratives Publishers), 2015.
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, “India’s Quest for Space Weapons: Implications for Pakistan”, Asian Survey, University of California Press (Coming Issue)
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, “Nationalism and Political Identity in Pakistan: Rise and Role of Indigenous Identities”, SAIS Review, Vol. 35, no 2 (Summer-Fall 2015), John Hopkins University Press, USA.
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, Dr. Sheharyar & Muhammad Shoaib, “The Changing Dynamics of the Foreign Policy of China in Contemporray Time”, The Turkish Yearbook of International Relations, Vol. 45 (2014)
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, “Aam Admi Party and Rise of Modern Middle Class in India” Delhi Business Review, Journal of Society for Human Transformation and Research, Vol. 15, No. 2 (2014)
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, “The Changing Pattern of Political Dynamism in India”, Journal of Delhi School of Professional Studies & Research, Delhi Business Review, Volume 13, Issue 2 (2012)
Publications in Peer Reviewed Journals
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, “India’s Look East Policy: Challenges and Options for Pakistan”, NDU Journal, Vol XXIX, (2015) (HEC Category: Y)
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, Misbah Arif, Dr. Sheheryar Khan, “Security Architecture of South Asia: A New Framework of Analysis”, The Dialogue, Vol. X, No.3, (2015) (HEC Category: Y)
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, Dr. Saima Kayani & Muhammad Shoaib, “Regionalization of Political Violence: Arab Levant and the Rise of ISIS” The Dialogue, Vol X, No. 4 (2014) (HEC Category: Y)
Accepted Papers in Peer Reviewed Journals
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, “Competing Foreign Policy Discourses in India: Modi’s Diplomatic Offensive, Policy Options for Pakistan”, Policy Perspectives
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, Identity and Foreign Policy: Theorizing BJP’s Foreign Policy towards Pakistan”, Balochistan Review
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, Modi’s Aggressive Overtures: Implications for India-Pakistan Relations, Peshawar University Journal
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, “Democratic Development in India: Lessons for Pakistan”. VFAST Transaction on Education and Social Sciences, Volume 4, No. 1 (2014)
§ Raja Qaiser Ahmed, “ War of Narratives: Evolution of Pakistan’s Security Paradigm”, MDSRC - 2015 Proceedings, 14-15 November, 2015 Wah/Pakistan
§ “State-Centre Relations and Power Devolutionism in India” paper presented at 2nd Annual Conference on Social Sciences held at Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad, December 28, 2016.
§ “Modi’s Diplomatic Offensive: Policy Options for Pakistan”, paper presented at International Conference on Peace and Security in South and Central Asia, organized by Department of Defence & Diplomatic Studies, Fatima Jinnah Women University, Rawalpindi, September 23, 2016.
§ “Democracy and Human Rights in Pakistan: A Way Forward”, paper presented at National Conference on Human Rights organized by Ministry of Human Rights, Government of Pakistan, December 11, 2015
§ “War of Narratives: Evolution of Pakistan’s Security Paradigm”, paper presented at 1st Research Conference, Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Wah, 14 November 2015
§ "Centre-Province Relations: Endemic Crises of Federalism and Changing Landscape of Ethnic Politics in Pakistan", at 1st Conference on Social Sciences, Allama Iqbal Open University Islamabad, 5 November 2015.
§ “Democratic Development in India: Lessons for Pakistan” Paper presented in International Conference on Social and Computational Sciences, held on January 19th and 20th at Abdul Wali Khan University Mardan, Pakistan.
§ Presented a talk on, “SCO’s Role in Regional Stability: Prospects for Pakistan” at Institute of Peace and Diplomatic Studies Islamabad, April 15, 2017
§ Presented a talk on, “Political Culture of South Asia”, and chaired a session at 24th International Conference on the Historians of South Asia, Asian History Culture and Environment: Vernacular and Oriental Paradigms, December 06, 2016
§ Guest Lecture on, “India-Pakistan Relations in a Comparative Perspective”, at National Defence University Islamabad, November 20, 2015.
§ Panel Speaker on, "Democracy, Freedom of Expression and Governance in Pakistan: The Role of Academia", organized by UNDP office, United Nations Islamabad, November 27, 2015.
§ Panel Discussant on, “The Relucatnat Fundamentalist” with Dr. Nukhbah Langah at Friedrich Eris Stiftung Islamabad, December 10, 2014
§ “Model CCI: Debating Federalism in Pakistan” Project Coordinator SPIR, Sponsored by Hanss Siedel Foundation.
§ Research Assistant to Dr. Joshua T. White in his doctoral research project, “Decision Making in Religious Political Parties of Pakistan”
§ Democracy and Governance, “Civic Journalism: Covering Democracy and Governance Issues” sponsored by Asia Foundation