Pakistan Returns Captured Indian Pilot
By Zaheer Babar
It was a welcome move toward de-escalation, even as cross-border shellings continue.
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.
India-Pakistan Crisis Exposes Modi’s Dilemma
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan and Rajesh Rajagopalan
The decision about whether to escalate or not is much more complex than it appears.
India and Pakistan on the Brink
By Sudha Ramachandran
As South Asia's nuclear neighbors trade strikes and accusations, a fragile region holds its breath.
India’s Land Warfare Doctrine 2018: Hoping for the Best, Preparing for the Worst
By Joy Mitra
A 2018 iteration of India’s Land Warfare Doctrine merits a close look.
Can China Mediate Between Pakistan and India?
By Samuel Ramani
Beijing will play an increasingly important role in the preservation of stability in South Asia.
Should India Take Pakistan’s Overtures Seriously?
By Tridivesh Singh Maini
Pakistan’s COAS indicate he’s ready to seek peace. How should India respond?
How War Games Can Help South Asia Respond to Climate Change
By Tariq Waseem Ghazi and Rachel Fleishman
If South Asia is to be on the front lines of the climate challenge, then South Asian militaries must prepare accordingly.
The Human Cost of India-Pakistan Conflict
By Qadri Inzamam and Haziq Qadri
Villagers living near the Line of Control in Kashmir are bearing the brunt of a recent uptick in shelling.
Has the Pakistan Army Changed Its India Policy?
By K.S. Venkatachalam
General Qamar Bajwa's comments to the Pakistani Senate raised hope for better India-Pakistan relations.
Trump’s Afghanistan Plan: Old Wine in a New Bottle
By Uzair Younus
The quagmire in Afghanistan continues under a new administration bent on bombing its way to victory.
Pakistan’s (Non-Nuclear) Plan to Counter ‘Cold Start’
By Meenakshi Sood
Tactical nuclear weapons get most of the attention, but Islamabad is also building up conventional capabilities.