The Hole in India’s Definition of Terrorism
By Rashad Khan
Hindutva violence is not included in India’s official conception of terrorism, but rather enjoys the blessing of the state.
Al-Aqsa Storm: Lessons for South Asia
By Nilanthan Niruthan
For South Asia in particular – a region plagued with insurgency and cross-border tension for several decades – Hamas' devastating attack on Israel presents numerous lessons in warfare.
Pakistani Official Describes Nijjar Killing as ‘India’s Jamal Khashoggi Moment’
By Umair Jamal
In the past, Pakistan has accused India of eliminating people who threatened its control over Kashmir, but was rarely taken seriously by the international community.
Drones: An Emerging Threat on the Volatile India-Pakistan Border
By Rakshit Kweera
As drone sightings along the always-tense border increase, India must increase its attention to C-UAS technology.
From Babri to Mumbai and Beyond: India’s Journey Into Darkness
By Ajai Sahni
There is a clear continuum from the events that led up to the demolition of the Babri Masjid in 1992 to the looming darkness that confronts India today. But it’s not what you think.
Pakistan Ups the Ante With India on Terrorism
By Umair Jamal
But will it succeed in persuading the world that India is a perpetrator of terrorism in the region rather than a victim?
The Untold Story of the 2008 Assam Serial Blasts
By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
On October 30, 2008, bombings in Assam killed 88 and injured 500. Who was behind the attack – and why?
India’s Double-Faced Approach to Terrorism
By Sudha Ramachandran
The Muslim killers of a Hindu tailor have rightly been charged under a terrorism law. But Hindutva extremists are rarely punished, let alone charged under terrorism laws.
Bomb Attack Near Israeli Embassy in New Delhi Raises Many Questions
By Abhijnan Rej
While fingers point to an Iranian involvement, Indian security services will find it difficult to cut through the fog of plausible deniability.
Is Terrorism Declining in India?
By Soumya Chaturvedi
The Modi government’s decision to revoke the autonomous status of Jammu and Kashmir in 2019 has improved the region’s security situation.
India Stands With Macron – But Not For the Same Things
By Mohamed Zeeshan
New Delhi wants to divorce human rights advocacy from its fight against Islamist terrorism.
Islamic State’s India Dilemma
By Abdul Basit and Mohammed Sinan Siyech
What does the Nangarhar jailbreak tell us about the terror group’s recruitment in India?