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Between India and Pakistan, Can 'Negative Peace' Serve as a Strategic Good?
March 22, 2019

Between India and Pakistan, Can 'Negative Peace' Serve as a Strategic Good?

By Joy Mitra
An India-Pakistan NSA-level channel could be pivotal in future crises.

India's Uncompromising Stand Against China in the Himalayas Is Backed Up With Hard Power
July 31, 2017

India's Uncompromising Stand Against China in the Himalayas Is Backed Up With Hard Power

By Nitin A. Gokhale
India's military capabilities at the Himalayas put it in a position to bargain with China.
Mattis Hosts Indian National Security Adviser in Washington
March 27, 2017

Mattis Hosts Indian National Security Adviser in Washington

By Ankit Panda
Indian National Security Adviser Ajit Doval met the U.S. defense secretary in Washington, D.C., last week.

Will India’s Lobbying Change U.S. Policy Toward Pakistan?
January 06, 2017

Will India’s Lobbying Change U.S. Policy Toward Pakistan?

By Prateek Joshi
India hopes a connection with Trump's national security advisor can tip the scales against Pakistan.

Is India Capable of a Surgical Strike in Pakistan Controlled Kashmir?
September 30, 2016

Is India Capable of a Surgical Strike in Pakistan Controlled Kashmir?

By Shawn Snow
A surgical strike operation by Indian forces begs the question of the military's capability to launch such an attack.

Indian Forces Cross Line of Control to Carry Out 'Surgical Strikes': First Takeaways
September 29, 2016

Indian Forces Cross Line of Control to Carry Out 'Surgical Strikes': First Takeaways

By Ankit Panda
Details remain murky on how Indian forces executed the operation, but Delhi is being unusually up front about the strikes.

The Ongoing Saga of the China-India Border Talks
May 02, 2016

The Ongoing Saga of the China-India Border Talks

By Stephen Westcott
No one seems to expect actual progress at the talks -- but there's still good reason to hold them.
For Peace, Pakistan Needs to Get Over Its Denial
September 05, 2015

For Peace, Pakistan Needs to Get Over Its Denial

By Neelam Deo
Pakistan's history of denial complicates the prospects of peace between it and India.

With Cancelled Talks, India and Pakistan Back at Square One
August 24, 2015

With Cancelled Talks, India and Pakistan Back at Square One

By Ankit Panda
Pakistan has called off bilateral talks, citing dissatisfaction with New Delhi's "preconditions."

What to Expect From India-China Border Talks in the Modi-Xi Era
March 24, 2015

What to Expect From India-China Border Talks in the Modi-Xi Era

By Ankit Panda
For the first time since Narendra Modi came to power, India and China will hold high-level border negotiations.

China, India Set High Bar for Xi Jinping's Visit
September 11, 2014

China, India Set High Bar for Xi Jinping's Visit

By Shannon Tiezzi
Despite lingering disagreements, both Chinese and Indian officials are optimistic about Xi's trip to India next week.
Modi’s Sweet and Spicy Sri Lanka Strategy
June 24, 2014

Modi’s Sweet and Spicy Sri Lanka Strategy

By Daniel Alphonsus
India is likely to pursue a pragmatic approach toward Sri Lanka, one less shackled by Tamil Nadu politics.

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