Muhammad Ali Raza is a Junior Research Associate at South Asia Times (SAT). His areas of interest include South Asian Domestic Politics, Interstate & Ethnic Conflicts, and Traditional Security Issues. He tweets at @raza_ali22.
One does not need to go far to understand how the disproportionate contributions to climate change are adding an extra layer of vulnerability to countries who are already tangles in a host of issues. Pakistan is one such country.
The Iran-Afghanistan water conflict holds implications for Pakistan due to its significant diplomatic ties with both countries and its vulnerability to climate change as a water recipient from the Kabul River without a formal treaty.