India, Pakistan Defense Ministers Take Part in SCO Meeting
By Shannon Tiezzi
It was the first time new members India and Pakistan sent their top defense officials to the gathering.
India and China Reduce the Temperature Ahead of High-Level Meetings
By Ankit Panda
The complex relationship between New Delhi and Beijing is returning to its pre-Doklam equilibrium.
Could the SCO Expand Into the Middle East?
By Jonathan Fulton
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization recently added India and Pakistan. Could Iran be next?
Can the SCO Bring India and Pakistan Together?
By Sabena Siddiqi
With multilateral counterterrorism exercises, the SCO may help bridge the gap between Islamabad and New Delhi.
Can India ‘Connect' With Central Asia?
By Neha Dwivedi
India has yet to translate its aspirations in Central Asia into reality.
A New Opportunity for India-Kazakhstan Relations
By Ian Armstrong and Daniel Urchick
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization offers an avenue for both countries to boost ties.
Summits, Roads and Suspended Disbelief in Central Asia
By Roncevert Ganan Almond
Can Beijing untie the Pamir Knot?
It's Official: India and Pakistan Join Shanghai Cooperation Organization
By Casey Michel
The SCO expanded for the first time since its 2001 founding.
The SCO Illusion Takes India
By Harsh V. Pant
As India joins the SCO, it must keep in mind certain geopolitical realities.
Center of the World: This Week in Astana, Kazakhstan
By Dr. Joshua W. Walker
The SCO summit, the opening of EXPO 2017 and Syrian peace talks are bringing the world to Kazakhstan.
SCO Set to Expand, Adding India and Pakistan
By Casey Michel
Does it matter that two new flags will rise in Beijing?
China Suggests Free Trade Zone For the SCO
By Catherine Putz
Russia says it would be "complicated."