Sushant Sareen

OPEN TO OPINION

The writer is a strategic affairs analyst and a Pakistan expert

POLITICS

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How US and India can join hands to tame Pakistan

Trump can play the India card to make Islamabad follow through on promises.

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POLITICS

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India should sit back and watch Pakistan self-destruct

Over the years, Islamabad politics has swung so far to the Right that Islamist parties of yesterday are today being seen as moderates.

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POLITICS

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Stop lying, Pakistan

The list of lies that Pakistanis peddle is endless, but they get away with it is because nobody fact-checks the snake oil they sell.

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POLITICS

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Afpak policy: How America should cut Pakistan to size

For all their bluster and bravado, the Pakistanis don’t really have a stomach for eating grass.

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POLITICS

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Why unease among Indian Muslims precedes Modi government

Without addressing these disconnects, the community will increasingly find it difficult to relate to.

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By sacking Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan has embraced chaos

Predicting the political demise of any politician is always fraught with risk.

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POLITICS

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How real is ISIS threat in India (and why we should worry about ISI)

The country needs to remain alive to the danger.

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POLITICS

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Modi has set a new precedent by talking about Balochistan

An independent Baloch state would create a pro-India, secular and progressive Muslim country in the region.

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What the death of Taliban chief means for Pakistan

Mullah Akhtar Mansour's killing doesn't necessarily imply the loss of control over the terror outfit.

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Europe is too soft to go to war with ISIS

There seems to be an inexplicable liberal, white man guilt which makes it ill-equipped to fight the barbarians.

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