The future of Pakistan

The Future of Pakistan Military 2019

The Future of Pakistan, Islamabad Security Dialogue PAKISTAN Army Chief General QAMAR JAVED  said that as a consequence of a major study done by the PAKISTAN military, it was decided that the existing strength of the PAKISTAN army which is 5 lakh 38 thousand will be reduced substantially over the next 5 years. While giving an address to Islamabad security dialogue he further talked about the CYBER. IN CYBER he said that there was already a cyber division with the PAKISTAN army Matching. The organization will be created in the PAKISTAN ARI FORCE (PAF) AND the PAKISTAN NAVY.

The Future of Pakistan, as we are aware in 2000 PAKISTAN said that it had a nuclear deterrence in place. Retired director general of the strategic plan division KIDWAI. He spent four red lines nuclear headlines for the INDIAN military which were :

  1. Special threshold
  2. Military threshold
  3. Economic threshold
  4. Political threshold

In 2004 INDIA said it had developed the cold start doctrine which theoretically means that once the war is joined the INDAIN army and AIRFORCE. INDIAN military will immediately cross the line of control(LOC) and start offensive combat on Pakistani territory.

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Now looking toward PAKISTAN after PAKISTAN revised its nuclear deterrence it started calling it a full spectrum deterrence. Further, PAKISTAN said that it had tactical nuclear weapons and it had a delivery system for those weapons which was an industrial ballistic missile named NASIR ballistic missile with a 60-kilometer range. According to my assessment, the INDIAN military did not have credible counter-offensive capability to take a conventional war inside PAKISTAN because since 1990 the GRAY zone operations


A situation has arisen today where the INDAIN military is depleted but on the other hand, the adversaries are joined together called reinforced war. In a reinforced one-front war PAKISTAN and China have moved from interoperability to combined operation.

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The Future of Pakistan PAKISTAN AND CHINA are looking at standardization, integration cooperation synergy, and speed of operation. PIA shares its capabilities, especially of the strategic support force and the rocket force with the Pakistani military. The strategic support force includes three elements

  1. space
  2. Electronic warfare
  3. CYBER

As we are aware PAKISTAN has been given and the only foreign country to have given the higher resolution space resolution capabilities are being shared with them. Therefore it will be very difficult on the line of control where the PAKISTAN MILITARY has a strong hold. In my assessment of the INDIAN army and INDIAN, the air force even hides or camouflages the tactical headquarters and its main headquarters.PAKISTAN army and military will be looking at six areas for modernization :

  4. CYBER

NSP about Pakistan’s military strategy

At the outset, the NSP is clear about present and future threats that Pakistan faces in its neighborhood. This is the first time that five domains of war, where Pakistan is prepared to fight, are mentioned in the NSP: land, air, sea, cyber, and space. It is about time that Pakistan addresses the challenges of cross-domain coercion, which can be achieved by adversaries through the use of digital soldiers on information-based cyber attacks to achieve strategic effects. 

The NSP also makes a mention of focusing on the indigenization of The Future of Pakistan’s defense production and modernization of its armed forces to deal with the evolving threat spectrum from India, fueled by militarized Hindutva ideology which continues to dangerously prioritize violence over peace. There is a focus in this NSP on recognizing the Indian Ocean region as a contested space, as well as its impact on regional security in general and Pakistan’s national security in particular. The NSP aims to protect Pakistan’s Exclusive Economic Zone, ensuring freedom of navigation and strengthening Pakistan’s sea lines of communication and surveillance to thwart multi-directional challenges to its maritime security, including cyber intrusion. 

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