Afghanistan Rebukes Pakistan Ambassador for Linking India and Taliban Talks
By Ankit Panda
Pakistan’s ambassador to Afghanistan implied ongoing tensions between New Delhi and Islamabad could spill over.
Arresting India’s Drift on Afghanistan
By Harsh V. Pant
India has been relegated to the status of a reactive power in Afghanistan.
36 Things India Has Done for Afghanistan
By Krzysztof Iwanek
The U.S. president might find it interesting to learn just what India has done for Afghanistan.
India Faces a New Reality in Afghanistan
By Harsh V Pant and Vinay Kaura
It's past time for India to take stock of new realities in Afghanistan.
Pakistan Acknowledges Indian Role in Afghanistan
By Samuel Ramani
Indian analysts, however, remain divided on the sincerity and reasons for Islamabad’s sudden flip-flop.
Talking With the Enemy: Why India Needs to Engage the Taliban
By Pratyush Dubey
The Taliban will be a legitimate party in any eventual peace deal. Time for India to accept reality and start talking.
India’s Development Aid to Afghanistan: Does Afghanistan Need What India Gives?
By Nandita Palrecha and Monish Tourangbam
Indian aid to Afghanistan is well-received, but how deeply has New Delhi analyzed its programs and their impact?
India’s Policy Thinking About Its Security Objectives in Afghanistan Needs Reimagination
By Joy Mitra
It's time for New Delhi to get real about its interest in Afghanistan.
How China and India Can Help Secure the Peace in Afghanistan
By M. Ashraf Haidari
Afghans consider both China and India to be trustworthy neighbors. Together, they can help ensure Afghanistan's future.
India's Growing Afghanistan Challenge
By Harsh V. Pant
As the security situation in Afghanistan deteriorates, what are the stakes for New Delhi?
Grading India's Neighborhood Diplomacy
By Vinay Kaura
A report card on Modi’s “neighborhood first” approach to foreign policy.
India's Neighborhood-First Diplomacy Coming Apart at the Seams
By Surajkumar Thube
Despite a concerted push, India is losing ground to China in its own backyard.