Kanwal Sibal
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Former Foreign Secretary

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The Fine Print On Kartarpur

Has Pakistan decided to abandon its revanchist policies against India?

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Why the visit of European Union MPs to Kashmir makes for good optics

The EU delegation will see for itself that any talk of genocide in the Valley is nonsense.

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How India needs to handle Donald Trump

A president who declares himself as a 'stable genius' and makes foreign policy based on instincts cannot be tackled easily.

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Why India shuffled the Quad deck

Our issues with China are much graver on land than on the sea, where the Quad or the Indo-Pacific concept may not render us the support needed.

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How Modi's Houston gala will prove to be game changer

Modi’s masterstroke at the event was the manner in which he raised the Article 370 issue.

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How UK is pushing Pakistan’s agenda on Kashmir

Britain lecturing India on respecting internationally recognised human rights shows the former’s disrespect for India’s democracy.

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With domestic critics, anti-national elements and a highly critical West, India will have a tough time defining the J&K narrative

The external and internal dimensions of the revocation of Article 370 need to be analyzed in order to claim the J&K narrative.

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Article 370 is out, Kashmir is in: Why all eyes are now on Pakistan

Pakistan can ignore China’s conduct against Uighurs in Xinjiang. But it has already opposed India's decision.

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Imran meets Trump: Why Pakistan and US’ strategy on Afghanistan could hit India hard

As US is trying to negotiate a deal with Taliban and forsake Afghanistan’s elected government, India’s position is to keep the legitimate Afghan government intact.

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Why Pakistan’s reactions to ICJ judgment are hallucinations

The ball remains in Pakistan’s court, and its leaders may still score self-goals by persevering in their costly course in Jadhav’s case.