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India-Pakistan Ties: Optimism and Obstacles

There is absolutely no doubt, that India-Pakistan bilateral trade as well as people-to-people ties, have suffered immensely, as a consequence of frosty ties between...

Gauging Modi’s Foreign Policy

Since Narendra Modi assumed the office of the Prime Minister in 2014, India’s foreign policy has emphasized on three main aspects: Reinvigorating its relationship...

Afghanistan End Game

The United States and the Afghan Taliban have adopted a two-pronged approach in their long fight against each other. The two warring sides mirror...

India and G20: Not All Steps in the Right Direction

India seems to have stepped up its relations with the G20 nations, even as 2018 became one of the rare years when Indian presented...

Pakistan and Turkey’s Renewed Partnership

Prime Minister Imran Khan visited Turkey just a week after the Pakistani Supreme Court has designated the Turkish FETO as a terrorist group and...

Changing Dynamics of India-U.S. Relations: A time for Introspection

The post-Cold War system has been a multipolar system in which countries like India and China have become significant poles in international relations. However,...
Surface to Surface Missile NASR

Resolving Issues Through War Is Not an Option for India and Pakistan

By agreeing to build Kartarpur corridor, Pakistan and India have taken a historic step to help the pilgrims of Sikh community of India to visit...
President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih and PM Modi

Recalibrating India–Maldives Ties

In his maiden foreign visit after winning the elections, Maldivian President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih arrived at New Delhi this week to strengthen the momentum...

Myanmar’s Conflicts Are Even Worse Than Often Discussed

Over the past two years, the international community, and much of the media, has focused on the situation in western Myanmar’s Rakhine State, where...

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