Dr Reshmi Kazi is Associate Fellow in the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. She research areas include nuclear terrorism, nuclear security, arms control, strategic stability and nuclear disarmament issues. She has written several commentaries, articles on nuclear security issues and made several presentations including a paper on Nuclear Terrorism and UN Resolution 1540: A South Asian Perspective at the Conference on "Resolution 1540: At a Crossroads" held in the UN Headquarters in New York in October 2009. Her monograph on Nuclear Terrorism: The New Terror of the 21st Century has been well received. She has been part of Task Force reports under the Government of India. Her latest publication includes “Global Centre for Nuclear Energy Partnership (GCNEP): India’s Gift Basket of Nuclear Security” in SD Muni and Vivek Chadha (eds.), Asian Strategic Review 2015: India as a Security Provider (New Delhi: Pentagon Press, 2015). Dr Kazi is an alumnus of the Near East South Asia Center for Strategic Studies, National Defence University, DC and has participated in several workshops including the RCSS in Colombo. Presently she is working on the importance of “Challenges and Opportunities of the Global Nuclear Security System” in IDSA. She also write regularly for Stimson Center at the Generation Why website that allows greater visibility and means of expression to a rising generation of strategic analysts in Pakistan and India.