Could the India-Pakistan Relationship Normalize in 2024?
By Khurram Abbas and Muhammad Ahmad Khan
The new year brings new hope that the time is right for India and Pakistan to focus on confidence-building measures to resume diplomatic and trade ties.
Why Did Pakistan’s Shehbaz Sharif Offer India Conditional Talks Now?
By Umair Jamal
Pakistan fears that with elections nearing in India, Modi will escalate tensions with Islamabad to draw electoral dividend.
Growing India-US Technology Collaboration: Implications for Pakistan
By Shayan Hassan Jamy and Ahmad Ali
The transfer of cutting-edge technologies to India is aimed at countering China, but it will also threaten the national security of Pakistan.
Is the Crisis in Pakistan Good for India?
By Krzysztof Iwanek
The current crisis in Pakistan may turn out to be a challenge for New Delhi after all.
For Now, India Has a Limited Appetite for Diplomacy With Pakistan
By Siddhant Bajpai
While India would like the current phase of stability at the LoC to continue, it has little incentive to try to make a grand gesture toward peace with Pakistan.
The Many Unanswered Questions About India’s Missile Accident
By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Thankfully the accidental firing of an Indian missile into Pakistani territory did not lead to escalation, but many questions remain unanswered about what happened.
Pakistan Alarmed Over India’s Accidental Missile Firing
By Umair Jamal
The incident has raised questions about existing safety mechanisms in India to prevent accidental missile launches.
Qassem Soleimani’s Assassination: Lessons for India?
By Abhijnan Rej
Soleimani’s assassination puts us in uncharted strategic waters, with implications, based on interpreted lessons, for India and others.
The Kargil War: India and Pakistan 20 Years Later
By Sameer Lalwani and Eyal Hanfling
Parsing the war’s consequences, implications, and relationship to 2019’s Balakot crisis.
India Needs to Keep the Indus Waters Treaty Intact
By Sayanangshu Modak
The long-standing water-sharing agreement should not be a soft target for punitive action.
Forget Cricket Diplomacy. The Game Is a Casualty of India-Pakistan Tensions
By Udayan Das
As tensions between India and Pakistan escalate, cricket has become an instrument of state policy.
Indian Air Strategy After Balakot: The China Factor
By Vasabjit Banerjee and Prashant Hosur Suhas
How is India's air force placed to handle a potential war with Pakistan and a two-front war with Pakistan and China?