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India-Pakistan Relations

India’s Foreign Policy Risks Destabilizing the Region

India, the largest country in South Asia, once carried the mantle of anchoring peace and development in the region. It has gone exactly in reverse. The reason interestingly has not been a conscious departure from the Nehruvian secularism but a slow caving in to the atavistic tribal notions, rooted in a mythical past and its …

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Pakistan-India Relations: Is there Possibility of War?

Pakistan-India relations are on the height of hostility following militant attack on Brigade headquarters in Uri area, Indian Held Kashmir (IHK) with reported killing of 18 Indian soldiers and destruction of a frontline base close to Line of Control (LOC). India has accused Pakistan behind these terrorist attacks. However, Pakistan Foreign Office has rejected these …

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Nobel connects Pakistan and India!

It was refreshing to see the youngest ever Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai sharing the Peace Prize with Mr Kailash Satyarthi from India. Both advocate child rights. Malala stands for promotion of universal right of child education; and Satyarthi is for abolition of child labour—both are intricately linked–if all children go to school, they will automatically …

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Stabilising the Line of Control

With the rise of Non-traditional Security Threats, the trans-governmental collaboration is becoming the norm. Transnational cooperation is considered as key factor in countering the non-traditional threats such as terrorism, illegal small arms proliferation, cyber intrusions, smuggling and drug trafficking. All these contemporary challenges differ from traditional military ones, though they nonetheless may also pose threats …

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