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India-Pakistan Relations after Mumbai Attacks
Sep 23, 2009

India-Pakistan Relations after Mumbai Attacks

The Paper makes a critical appraisal of India-Pakistan relations and explores their future trajectory in the aftermath of the Mumbai terrorist attack of November 2008. The rising tide of terrorism within Pakistan after 9/11 and the importance of South Asia to the United States made Pakistan selectively withdraw support to terrorist groups. This, in turn, helped India's efforts to initiate the Composite Dialogue in 2004.

India-Pakistan relationship - the Punjab angle
Apr 14, 2011

India-Pakistan relationship - the Punjab angle

It is important for both countries to think outside the box and create constituencies of peace outside New Delhi and Islamabad, especially in the two Punjabs. While Punjabi tarka can not be the core of India-Pakistan relations, it must not be overlooked either.

India-Pakistan relationship is held hostage by many structural impediments
Oct 09, 2018

India-Pakistan relationship is held hostage by many structural impediments

It will take a very prolonged series of successful trust building before more sensitive issues like Kashmir are even discussed with any credibility.

A moderate Modi and stable Sharif can mend Indo-Pakistan ties
Jul 13, 2015

A moderate Modi and stable Sharif can mend Indo-Pakistan ties

It can be very tempting to not be overly optimistic following the recent meeting between Narendra Modi and Nawaz Sharif in Ufa, Russia. There is a sense of familiarity to the manner in which India-Pakistan relations unfold.

After taking up 'Pak terror' with China, can India keep Beijing out of 'Kashmir' talks?
Jun 18, 2019

After taking up 'Pak terror' with China, can India keep Beijing out of 'Kashmir' talks?

China would have a seat in the high table when the South Asian neighbours discuss and decide upon the ‘K-issue’.

Be a Benevolent Big Brother: Shujaat Hussain
Mar 31, 2005

Be a Benevolent Big Brother: Shujaat Hussain

A lively and frank debate on India-Pakistan relationship marked the meeting between a high-powered delegation from Pakistan led by former Prime Minister Chaudhary Shujaat Hussain and an Indian team of senior diplomats, strategic analysts, commentators and policy makers led by former Indian Foreign Secretary M Rasgotra, who is presently, International Affairs Adviser, Observer Research Foundation (ORF), New Delhi, at ORF, Campus on March 31, 2005.

Change of regime in Pakistan: Revival of India–Pakistan relations?
Apr 21, 2022

Change of regime in Pakistan: Revival of India–Pakistan relations?

Would India–Pakistan relations witness an upswing under the newly formed government of Shehbaz Sharif?

China’s massive attack against India: A looming possibility
Jun 17, 2024

China’s massive attack against India: A looming possibility

India might be deceiving itself by believing China will limit itself to "grey-zone operations" along the Sino-Indian border, avoiding all-out war. Thi

Dealing with Coercive Bargaining
May 05, 2004

Dealing with Coercive Bargaining

History is all set to repeat itself in the subcontinent. As usual, the search for a permanent thaw in the India-Pakistan relationship seems to be hitting a big bump in the days ahead that might possibly derail the bilateral negotiation process initiated during the Islamabad SAARC Summit in January this year.

Going beyond the Indus Waters Treaty
Jul 18, 2011

Going beyond the Indus Waters Treaty

Saying that South Asian countries need to work closely to share, and not divide, water, the author says the consequence of bringing water to a pedestal on India-Pakistan relations can have devastating effects on regional security and prosperity.

If talks and terror can’t go together, neither can trade and terror
Mar 29, 2024

If talks and terror can’t go together, neither can trade and terror

Pakistan may want to normalise relations by bifurcating their “India policy” from their “Kashmir policy”, but this is no longer acceptable to

Jammu & Kashmir: Another Wake-Up Call
Dec 08, 2004

Jammu & Kashmir: Another Wake-Up Call

In an article of November 22, 2004, on India-Pakistan relations (http://www.saag.org/papers12/paper1169.html), I had written as follows:

Let's stick to our guns on Pakistan
Jun 10, 2019

Let's stick to our guns on Pakistan

The Modi government has been diplomatically polite and is in no haste to reach out to Pakistan for bilateral talks yet.

Life in Kashmir After Article 370
Jan 28, 2020

Life in Kashmir After Article 370

This special report analyses insights gathered by the author from different sections of the Kashmir public regarding the impact of the abrogation of Article 370 on their lives. The interviews were supplemented by secondary sources, primarily news reports in the national and international media after 5 August 2019, when the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led government of India abrogated the enforcement of Article 370 of the Constitution, which sinc

Minilateral momentum in South Asia
Mar 13, 2024

Minilateral momentum in South Asia

The Nepal-India-Sri Lanka initiative could be used to pursue better people-to-people relations.

Modi government has two choices in dealing with J&K’s Pulwama attack
Feb 15, 2019

Modi government has two choices in dealing with J&K’s Pulwama attack

Given the state of India-Pakistan relations, India doesn’t have much diplomatic leverage with Islamabad at this juncture.

Modi-Sharif meeting: A small move in larger reckoning
Jul 13, 2015

Modi-Sharif meeting: A small move in larger reckoning

To characterise the Modi-Sharif meeting and joint statement in Ufa as a "breakthrough" would be a gross exaggeration. It is another move - a positive move, but only one small move in the larger reckoning - in the elaborate chess game of India-Pakistan relations.

Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s downfall is unlikely to change India-Pakistan ties
Mar 28, 2022

Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s downfall is unlikely to change India-Pakistan ties

Khan’s possible ouster is unlikely to bring any radical change in India-Pakistan relations. The bilateral relationship has plateaued since PTI came to power.

Tackling Pakistan’s anti-India security strategy
Feb 04, 2022

Tackling Pakistan’s anti-India security strategy

A thaw in the India-Pakistan relations remains highly unlikely if Pakistan continues to back anti-India policies

Ties with Pakistan: Loose talk or opening the latch?
Jun 05, 2024

Ties with Pakistan: Loose talk or opening the latch?

Speculation is rife on both sides of the Radcliffe Line about a possible re-engagement between India and Pakistan. However, it remains uncertain wheth

जर दहशतवाद आणि चर्चा एकत्र होऊ शकत नाहीत, तर व्यापार आणि दहशतवाद देखील नाही
Apr 20, 2024

जर दहशतवाद आणि चर्चा एकत्र होऊ शकत नाहीत, तर व्यापार आणि दहशतवाद देखील नाही

पाकिस्तानला आपले 'भारत धोरण' 'काश्मीर धोरणा'पासून वेगळे क�

दक्षिण आशियातील उप-क्षेत्रीय सहकार्य
Mar 21, 2024

दक्षिण आशियातील उप-क्षेत्रीय सहकार्य

नेपाळ-भारत-श्रीलंका या उपक्रमाचा उपयोग लोकांचे संबंध अधिक चांगले करण्यासाठी केला जाऊ शकतो.

पाकव्याप्त काश्मीरचे काय होणार?
Sep 25, 2019

पाकव्याप्त काश्मीरचे काय होणार?

हल्ली भारतीय लष्कर पाकव्याप्त काश्मीर कसे पुन्हा ताब्यात घेऊ शकते, याच्या कल्पनारम्य कथा रंगविल्या जात आहेत. पण इतिहासात डोकावले की कळते, हे घडणे अवघड आहे.

भारत-पाकिस्तान संबंधातील आण्विक घटक
May 12, 2023

भारत-पाकिस्तान संबंधातील आण्विक घटक

पाकिस्तानच्या वाढत्या कमकुवतपणामुळे उपखंडातील आण्विक गतिशीलता येत्या काही वर्षांत बदलू शकते.

भारत-पाकिस्तान समेट शक्य आहे?
Mar 03, 2021

भारत-पाकिस्तान समेट शक्य आहे?

भारत-पाकिस्तानमध्ये वाढलेला तणाव कमी करण्याचे पहिले पाऊल भारत-पाकिस्तानच्या लष्करी महासंचालकांनी केलेल्या शस्त्रसंधीच्या घोषणेमुळे उचलले गेले आहे.