India Rejects Hague Court Order on Indus Water Treaty
By Snigdhendu Bhattacharya
New Delhi believes the 63-year-old Treaty needs updating due to technological advances and climate change.
Changes to Indus Water Treaty Could Raise Hostility Between India, Pakistan
By Umair Jamal
Many in Islamabad believe India’s threats are meant to strengthen Prime Minister Modi’s electoral prospects in upcoming general elections.
Freedom and Fear: India and Pakistan at 70
By Pippa Virdee
70 years later, the neighbors and rivals still struggle with the “unfinished business of partition.”
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.
CPEC: Boon or Bane for Pakistan?
By Hanan Zaffar
A look at the hopes and fears surrounding the ambitious China-Pakistan Economic Corridor.
India’s Fight Against Fake Currency
By Sharmad Mahajan
The fake currency notes pumped into India from Pakistan are nothing less than economic terrorism.
Can the India-Pakistan Ceasefire Survive?
By Sudha Ramachandran
The 2003 agreement is falling apart amid a sharp decline in India-Pakistan relations.
‘Hidden Hands’ in Pakistan
By Prem Mahadevan
RAW, India’s external spy agency, is routinely charged with all sorts of machinations in Pakistan. What’s really at work?
Why ‘Surgical Strikes’ Are a Slippery Slope for India
By Abhijit Singh
Making the latest operation anything but covert could backfire on India.
Responding to Uri Attack: What Are India's Options?
By Muhammad Daim Fazil
India has three main options: a surgical strike, covert ops, or a diplomatic offense to isolate Pakistan.
Uri Attack: Why Pakistan Needs to Denounce Armed Jihad
By Kunwar Khuldune Shahid
Pakistan's continued support of jihadists group will eventually undermine the country's economic lifeline.