Arka Biswas

India’s NSG membership questions relationship between the NSG and the NPT

in India, NSG, Nuclear, Policy

The talk on India’s participation at the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) has initiated a discourse on the future of the Group, with particular reference to the Group’s relationship with the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). Those opposing India’s entry to the global nuclear control regime argue that letting India join the NSG would mean a decoupling

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Aryaman Bhatnagar

A Turbulent Beginning to a New Phase in Afghanistan

in Afghanistan, Elections, Politics • 1 Response

The early euphoria which had come to mark the first phase of the Afghan Presidential Elections had long since evaporated by the time the final results were announced on 21 September. The elections were meant to herald a peaceful and democratic political transition for the first time in the country’s history. However, the protracted process,

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Muhammad Jawad Hashmi

Point, Counter-Point: Growing U.S. Role in Indo-Pak Relations

in India, Pakistan, Point Counter-Point, US • 9 Responses

Point, Counter-Point: A Four Part Series Between the Boots and the BJP, Waning US Influence in South Asia? by Amina Afzal The Future Role for Washington by Tridivesh Singh Maini Growing U.S. Role in Indo-Pak Relations by Muhammad Jawad Hashmi India-Pakistan Relations on a One to One Basis by Reshmi Kazi *** Indo-Pak relations have seen variety of ups and downs since the early

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Reshmi Kazi

Point, Counter-Point: India-Pakistan Relations on a One to One Basis

in India, Pakistan, Point Counter-Point, US • 2 Responses

Point, Counter-Point: A Four Part Series Between the Boots and the BJP, Waning US Influence in South Asia? by Amina Afzal The Future Role for Washington by Tridivesh Singh Maini Growing U.S. Role in Indo-Pak Relations by Muhammad Jawad Hashmi India-Pakistan Relations on a One to One Basis by Reshmi Kazi *** Fifteen years since the May 1998 nuclear tests, India and Pakistan have

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Amina Afzal

Point, Counter-Point: Between the Boots and the BJP, Waning US Influence in South Asia?

in India, Pakistan, Point Counter-Point, US • 2 Responses

Point, Counter-Point: A Four Part Series Between the Boots and the BJP, Waning US Influence in South Asia? by Amina Afzal The Future Role for Washington by Tridivesh Singh Maini Growing U.S. Role in Indo-Pak Relations by Muhammad Jawad Hashmi India-Pakistan Relations on a One to One Basis by Reshmi Kazi *** On August 29, 2014 India offered to resume dialogue with Pakistan within

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