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Rohan Joshi

Rohan Joshi (@filter_c) is a fellow at the Takshashila Institution, focusing on Indian strategic affairs and foreign policy towards Afghanistan, Pakistan and the Middle East.  He is also a contributing panel columnist at Pragati — The Indian National Interest Review.

What Pakistan's New Army Chief Means for India
December 01, 2016
What Pakistan's New Army Chief Means for India
What the appointment of a new army chief mean for Pakistan’s relations with India.
What Pakistan's New Army Chief Means for India
What Does a Trump Presidency Mean for India?
November 11, 2016
What Does a Trump Presidency Mean for India?
How will the next U.S. president treat India?
What Does a Trump Presidency Mean for India?
Bridging the Gulf: Securing India’s Migrant Workers in the Middle East
August 10, 2016
Bridging the Gulf: Securing India’s Migrant Workers in the Middle East
How can the Indian government move to improve the lot of its migrant workers in the Middle East?
Bridging the Gulf: Securing India’s Migrant Workers in the Middle East
Dhaka Hostage Crisis: Anatomy of a Terror Attack
July 07, 2016
Dhaka Hostage Crisis: Anatomy of a Terror Attack
The terror landscape in Bangladesh merits close scrutiny after the Gulshan hostage crisis.
Dhaka Hostage Crisis: Anatomy of a Terror Attack
The Torkham Incident: Why Afghanistan and Pakistan Exchanged Fire
June 21, 2016
The Torkham Incident: Why Afghanistan and Pakistan Exchanged Fire
The tensions that led to an explosion of hostilities across the Afghan-Pakistan border have been long simmering.
The Torkham Incident: Why Afghanistan and Pakistan Exchanged Fire
Chabahar and Beyond: Was Modi’s Visit to Iran a Game Changer?
May 25, 2016
Chabahar and Beyond: Was Modi’s Visit to Iran a Game Changer?
The Modi government has rightly moved quickly to capitalize on the opportunities of Iran’s mainstreaming.
Chabahar and Beyond: Was Modi’s Visit to Iran a Game Changer?
After F-16 Fiasco, US-Pakistan Ties Are Due to Head South Again
May 09, 2016
After F-16 Fiasco, US-Pakistan Ties Are Due to Head South Again
The ongoing imbroglio over the sale of F-16s highlights deeper fissures between Washington and Islamabad.
After F-16 Fiasco, US-Pakistan Ties Are Due to Head South Again
After Lahore: The Truth About Terrorism and Pakistan
March 31, 2016
After Lahore: The Truth About Terrorism and Pakistan
Despite the senseless violence in Lahore over the weekend, change does not appear to be forthcoming in Pakistan.
After Lahore: The Truth About Terrorism and Pakistan
Making Sense of Pakistan’s Intelligence Tip-off to India
March 15, 2016
Making Sense of Pakistan’s Intelligence Tip-off to India
India should welcome Pakistani inputs on possible terror attacks without over-interpreting their significance.
Making Sense of Pakistan’s Intelligence Tip-off to India
Falconistan: The Long History of Pakistan and US F-16s
February 19, 2016
Falconistan: The Long History of Pakistan and US F-16s
What does the United States' decision to sell Block-52 F-16 fighters to Pakistan tell us?
Falconistan: The Long History of Pakistan and US F-16s
Major Takeaways From Nawaz Sharif's US Visit
October 23, 2015
Major Takeaways From Nawaz Sharif's US Visit
Nuclear issues, regional stability, and terrorism topped the agenda for Sharif and Obama this week.
Major Takeaways From Nawaz Sharif's US Visit
Modi Goes West: Taking Stock of the Indian Prime Minister's US Trip
October 02, 2015
Modi Goes West: Taking Stock of the Indian Prime Minister's US Trip
How did Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's trip to the United States go?
Modi Goes West: Taking Stock of the Indian Prime Minister's US Trip
How India Fought Pakistan 50 Years Ago
September 17, 2015
How India Fought Pakistan 50 Years Ago
Fifty years ago, India and Pakistan fought a war that would change the subcontinent forever.
How India Fought Pakistan 50 Years Ago
Narendra Modi in the Emirates: Bridging India’s Gulf
August 28, 2015
Narendra Modi in the Emirates: Bridging India’s Gulf
There has been a gradual, yet visible, transformation in India’s relationship with the Gulf Arab states.
Narendra Modi in the Emirates: Bridging India’s Gulf
From Kabul to Gurdaspur: Pakistan’s Reliance on Sub-conventional Warfare
August 14, 2015
From Kabul to Gurdaspur: Pakistan’s Reliance on Sub-conventional Warfare
Developments this summer highlight Pakistan's continued reliance of sub-conventional warfare.
From Kabul to Gurdaspur: Pakistan’s Reliance on Sub-conventional Warfare
Should Pakistan Be Designated A State Sponsor of Terror?
June 26, 2015
Should Pakistan Be Designated A State Sponsor of Terror?
It's long been time to reconsider this question.
Should Pakistan Be Designated A State Sponsor of Terror?
India’s Myanmar Operation: A Signal of Intent
June 12, 2015
India’s Myanmar Operation: A Signal of Intent
India's recent cross-border strike into Myanmar leaves many questions, but it's no model for Pakistan-based terror.
India’s Myanmar Operation: A Signal of Intent
Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy Year in Review, Part 2
May 26, 2015
Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy Year in Review, Part 2
Narendra Modi has spent a year in office. How well has he handled India's foreign policy?
Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy Year in Review, Part 2
Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy Year in Review, Part 1
May 26, 2015
Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy Year in Review, Part 1
Narendra Modi has spent a year in office. How well has he handled India's foreign policy?
Narendra Modi's Foreign Policy Year in Review, Part 1
Lessons for India: How the 'Mother of All Defense Deals' Crashed and Burned
April 22, 2015
Lessons for India: How the 'Mother of All Defense Deals' Crashed and Burned
...and what India needs to do to avoid flubs of the sort in the future.
Lessons for India: How the 'Mother of All Defense Deals' Crashed and Burned
How an Iran Nuclear Deal Would Benefit India
April 06, 2015
How an Iran Nuclear Deal Would Benefit India
There's little doubt that New Delhi will be one of the big winners of a nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1.
How an Iran Nuclear Deal Would Benefit India
India's Neighborhood Is Changing -- How Should New Delhi Respond?
March 17, 2015
India's Neighborhood Is Changing -- How Should New Delhi Respond?
Countries around India are undergoing significant political transformations. Will New Delhi be a beacon of regional stability?
India's Neighborhood Is Changing -- How Should New Delhi Respond?
Pakistan's Terrorism Accusations Against India: Bizarre But Calculated
March 03, 2015
Pakistan's Terrorism Accusations Against India: Bizarre But Calculated
Amid a declining domestic situation, senior Pakistani officials see it fit to blame India -- an unproductive endeavor.
Pakistan's Terrorism Accusations Against India: Bizarre But Calculated
China, Pakistan, and Nuclear Non-Proliferation
February 16, 2015
China, Pakistan, and Nuclear Non-Proliferation
Recent evidence regarding China's involvement in Pakistan's nuclear program should provoke international scrutiny.
China, Pakistan, and Nuclear Non-Proliferation
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