— Raj Chengappa, India Today, March 1, 2019
This is now a game of spinning narratives
With India and Pakistan, two nuclear powers, on the brink of an armed conflict, Moeed Yusuf charts out what needs to be done to prevent a no-holds-barred war between the two countries.
— Moeed Yusuf, Institute of Business Administration Karachi, September 14, 2018
A DLS on "India-Pakistan Nuclear Conflicts and U.S. Crisis Management"
Elaborating on dispute resolution between the two South Asian nuclear rivals and the U.S.'s stance on the issue, Dr Yusuf said, 'Third parties always intervene to deescalate the chances of a nuclear war and third parties like the U.S. and China focus on deescalating the issue rather than siding with their respective allies'. He also said that although the third party involvement was a suboptimal model, it will be continued because it was effective in reducing the chances of a nuclear war in regions like India-Pakistan.
— Moeed Yusuf in a special segment on his book on Voice of America's Urdu service, Washington, D.C., U.S.A, June 18, 2018
— Moeed Yusuf speaks to Voice of America's Urdu service in a Special Report on his book, Washington, D.C., U.S.A, May 22, 2018
— Moeed Yusuf in conversation about his new book at the University of Lahore's conference on Threats to Security in the 21st Century, Lahore, Pakistan, May 6, 2018