How India Betrayed the Rakhine People – And Why It Matters Today
By Kyaw Hsan Hlaing
25 years ago this week, India's army crushed an incipient Rakhine separatist force in the Andaman Islands. In western Myanmar, memories of the incident linger.
‘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?
Real Blood, Unsubstantiated Allegations: Was India's RAW Really Behind the Quetta Attack?
By Ahsan Yousaf Chaudhary
This time, Balochistan's lawyers bore the brunt of Pakistan's inaction against terrorism, whether domestic or foreign.
Interview: Adrian Levy
The Diplomat’s Gautham Ashok speaks with Adrian Levy, coauthor with Cathy Scott-Clark of The Siege: 68 Hours Inside the Taj Hotel.