Mr. Moeed Yusuf is the South Asia adviser at the United States Institute of Peace Centre (USIP) in the Centre for Conflict Analysis and Prevention Washington, D.C. His current research focuses on youth and democratic institutions in Pakistan and policy options to mitigate militancy in the country. He has done extensive work on issues relating to South Asian politics, Pakistan’s foreign policy, the US-Pakistan relationship, nuclear deterrence and non-proliferation and human security and development in South Asia.
Before joining the USIP, Mr. Yusuf was a fellow at the Fredrick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future at Boston University and concurrently a research fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center at Harvard Kennedy School.
Mr. Yusuf taught in Boston University’s Political Science and International Relations Departments as a senior teaching fellow. He has also taught at the defense and strategic studies Quaid e Azam University.
He has widely published in national and international journals, professional publications and magazines. He also writes for the Friday Times. Venue was E-002, Forman Christian College (A Chartered University), Lahore.