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BTTN Journal is a bi-annual peer reviewed research journal that accepts high-quality and original research with value addition in accordance with the policy research guidelines of Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan. It is purely research oriented policy journal published by Balochistan Think Tank Network (BTTN), at BUITEMS Quetta. BTTN Journal remains wider in scope and applicability to various domains of social sciences, applied sciences, policy papers and pertaining to arts and humanities for conventional and non-conventional security fields of scientific enquiries. It helps provide wider research perspectives in an interdisciplinary approach that welcomes contributions, not limited to Pakistan affairs, but rather potentially covers the broader contours of International Relations, International Politics, Strategic Studies, Political Science, Political Economy, Economics, Energy & Development, Defense & Security Studies, Nuclear Policy, Non-Proliferation, Arms Control & Disarmament, Geo-strategy, Emerging Technologies, Sociology of Development, Provincial Issues of Balochistan and evolving competing strategies between the major powers and their implications on the smaller states. BTTN Journal helps provide research opportunities to researchers, scholars, policy makers, and analysts to contribute their research articles for consideration and publication.

Current Issue

Vol. 2 No. 1 (2023)
BTTN Journal Volume 2 Issue 1 2023
Published: 2023-07-31


  • The US-China Trade War: Hard Implications of a Soft War

    Muhammad Ali Baig, Dost Muhammad Barrech, Dr. Talat Shabbir
  • Unleashing the Economic Potential of Balochistan: The Dynamic Power of District Hub

    Khalid Khan, Saima Liaqat
  • Comparison of Perceptions of Borderland Communities: A Case Study of Pak-Afghan & Indo-Pak Border

    Muhammad Ahsan
  • Narendra Modi's Hindutva Policy: A Detailed Examination of Its Implications on Indo-Pak Diplomatic and Strategic Relations

    Areeja Syed
  • Politicization of Public Administration: A Case Study of Capital City Police Officers (CCPOs) of Lahore

    Talha Khalid, Waleed Bin Mujahid

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