SCO Foreign Ministers Meet in India
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
With India’s ties with China and Pakistan under strain, it is difficult for New Delhi to pursue whatever limited agenda it may have with the SCO.
Michael Kugelman on the India-Pakistan Relationship
By Shannon Tiezzi
Pakistan wants a more stable relationship with India, but “that doesn’t mean it wants to pursue reconciliation.”
What Did Pakistan’s FM Accomplish at the SCO Meeting in India?
By Ureeda Khan and Syed Basim Raza
Bilateral relations between Pakistan and India remain stagnant, but that was not the goal of Bhutto Zardari’s trip.
The SCO Meeting in India: A Chance for India and Pakistan to Turn a New Page?
By Syed Basim Raza
Pakistan’s foreign minister will be traveling to India to attend the summit, making him the first high-ranking Pakistani official to visit India since 2014.
Does India Gain Anything From the Shanghai Cooperation Organization?
By Krzysztof Iwanek
Any benefits from the SCO are cancelled out by the presence of China and Pakistan.
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit Kicks Off in Bishkek
By Catherine Putz
Eyes on India and Pakistan, expected silence on Xinjiang camps, and another summit in the books.
India-Pakistan Tensions Test the Shanghai Cooperation Organization's Mettle
By Eva Seiwert
At the next SCO summit in June, the matter of calming tensions between its newest member states, India and Pakistan, is paramount.
The SCO Can De-escalate India-Pakistan Tensions
By M. Ashraf Haidari
The SCO’s founding members have long pledged to ensure peace, security, and stability. Now it's time to act on that rhetoric.
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization: Harmony or Discord?
By Jaloliddin Usmanov
The SCO is not a platform for harmony or discord per se, rather it is what the members make of it.
Could the SCO Expand Into the Middle East?
By Jonathan Fulton
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization recently added India and Pakistan. Could Iran be next?