Doctoral Researcher, Faculty of Social Sciences
Khurram Shahzad Siddiqui is a doctoral researcher in the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham, where he is affiliated with the The Centre for Conflict, Security and Terrorism (CST) and The Institute of Asia and Pacific Studies (IAPS). He is a former military officer with vast experience of combating Terrorism/Insurgency, planning Counter-Terrorism and Counter-Insurgency (COIN) Strategies and teaching Contemporary Warfare, Counter-Terrorism, Counter-Insurgency Warfare and Security Studies modules to international cohort of students. He has served with the United Nations as Peace Observer in Central and Eastern Africa. He is a graduate of Command & Staff College, Quetta and National Defence University, Islamabad Pakistan. Khurram's academic research interests largely reflect his previous background and experience.
Khurram's research explores Utility of Counter Insurgency practices by Military for achieving a Specific Aim in a Specific Area and in a Specific Time Frame.
Counter Insurgency Warfare
Pakistan-China Security Collaborations
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