India-Pakistan relations

Kargil and Clinton

TP Sreenivasan

The US president did not accept the condition that he should mediate between India and Pakistan

Hate Your Enemy

The futility of engaging with a Pakistan in distress

India Sends an Indus Message

New Delhi’s decision to modify the Indus Waters Treaty is a signal to Pakistan and the World Bank that it is time to abandon stale mindsets

Pakistan Must Course-Correct

Playing politics will not save the Indus Waters Treaty

The Doctrine of Indifference

Narendra Modi has formulated a cogent policy towards Pakistan: ignore the state and punish the rogue terrorist

Imran Khan: The Reckoning

Imran Khan had one ingrained virtue. He was breathtakingly sincere. But good intentions do not constitute good governance. Like an amateur, he overestimated his abilities when he needed wile or guile as strategy. On his day of judgment, Imran compared his predicament to that of Imam Hussain. The messiah may be faltering, but the messiah complex is alive and well

A Matter Of Political Will

Aggression, attitude and actionable intelligence

The Kartarpur Model

A corridor for Sikh pilgrims and an opportunity for South Asia

The Curse of Geography

Cautious pragmatism drives Modi’s foreign policy. A multi-aligned India pursuing omnidirectional cooperation for mutual benefit with key players will be better positioned to advance its security and economic interests


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