Pakistan’s strategy — as in the past — is to deflect international pressure by taking token action against terrorist groups, and then go back to business once the heat wears off.
Trump identifies China as an adversary. But is he not facilitating China's expansion in the Af-Pak region at the cost of India's security?
We do not believe in coercing others to believe in what we believe. Our “soft power” can have an impact on global thinking on the destructive use of hard power in international relations.
The opening of the corridor has a religious dimension to it. It has nothing to do with India's foreign policy with Pakistan.
The problem is not yet over, because we will be expected to progressively show reductions of oil imports from Iran in the months ahead.
India’s diplomacy has to wade through all the international political and economic shoals that have threateningly surfaced in the last few months.
The 19th annual summit between India and Russia held last week testifies to the highest level attention that both countries give to their bilateral relationship.
Imran Khan or no Imran Khan, Pakistan’s agenda to destabilise Kashmir from within remains intact.
Washington has threatened to review GSP benefits it offers to India if its several demands are not met.
Should one keep reaching out to a neighbour like Pakistan and have a civilised dialogue with it, hoping that it would give up violence?