Post Tagged with: "pakistan"

India, the NSG, and the Chinese Impasse

India, the NSG, and the Chinese Impasse

China’s opposition to India’s admission to the NSG appears a systemic attempt at discrimination against India – a visibly responsible nuclear power.

Pakistan’s Nuclear Deterrence and Strategic Stability

Pakistan’s Nuclear Deterrence and Strategic Stability

India and Pakistan should exercise restraint, resume dialogue, institutionalize arms reduction mechanisms and focus on diplomacy.

Interview – Siegfried O. Wolf

Interview – Siegfried O. Wolf

Siegfried O. Wolf discusses the impact of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor, India’s objections, and whether Iran will want to connect to this corridor.

Pakistan and Terrorism: China-Pakistan Economic Corridor as Critical Juncture?

Pakistan and Terrorism: China-Pakistan Economic Corridor as Critical Juncture?

There are too many indications that Pakistan’s military and civilian leaderships are still not willing to break totally with the patterns of its involvement in state terrorism.

Interview – Paulo Casaca

Interview – Paulo Casaca

Paulo Casaca discusses the tension between Pakistan’s military and political establishments, its growing sectarianism, and its relationships with Iran and Saudi Arabia.

Image by Wiki Commons (Narendra Modi)

The Perilous Path of India-Pakistan Relations, Post-Pathankot

The terror attack on India’s Pathankot air base may have failed to derail the India-Pakistan dialogue, yet the future and success of these talks remain highly uncertain.

@SouthAsia71: Academic Research Tweeted in Real Time

@SouthAsia71: Academic Research Tweeted in Real Time

By live-tweeting the 197 war in Pakistan @SouthAsia71 brings primary research to a broader audience and demonstrates the social media’s potential for research purposes.

Islam and Human Rights in Pakistan

Islam and Human Rights in Pakistan

Cultural factors ensure that Pakistan’s relationship to its citizens is mediated by Muslim nationalism, rather than internationally recognized human rights norms.

Pakistan and India: Is Peace Possible?

Pakistan and India: Is Peace Possible?

Pakistan and India have lot to share with and learn from. The present and future international relations are tilting towards inter-state economic cooperation.

Image by U.S. Army (Jeremy D. Crisp)

Kunduz – Beyond the Battleground

The latest military operations by the Taliban in the North of Afghanistan make obvious that the group seems not to be weakened at all, but even stronger than before.

Hurting the Host: The Rationale of the Afghan Exodus

Hurting the Host: The Rationale of the Afghan Exodus

Against the backdrop of the situation of the refugees trying to enter Europe, it is crucial to find the necessary steps needed to stop the exodus of Afghan people.

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