South Asia’s Nuclear Arms Racing
As long as Pakistan feels threatened by India’s superior conventional forces it will likely continue its nuclear build-up. What can the West do?
The Limits to US-India Defence Ties
With an eye on China, the US has been keen to press for closer military co-operation with India. India, though, prefers to hedge its bets.
Accepting a Nuclear India
India shouldn’t have to accept restrictions that don’t apply to other Nuclear Suppliers Group members. It’s time to recognize India’s goodwill—and good record.
India Eyed for US Great Wall Plan?
By Robert Dreyfuss
What US Gets Right About Pakistan
By Richard Weitz
How to Fix US-India Ties
The honeymoon between the US and India seems to be over. But there’s plenty that both sides can do to get things back on track.
Asia Steps Up at Nuclear Meet
Last week’s nuclear security summit showed Asian nations are ready to take a lead, says Richard Weitz. There’s a lot to do.
Paying Dividends: The U.S.-India Nuclear Deal Four Years On
Four years after a historic nuclear deal was signed, many in American policy circles deride the agreement as a failure. They’re wrong.