Aparna Pande
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Aparna Pande is director of the Initiative on the Future of India and South Asia at Washington DC-based Hudson Institute. Her book ‘From Chanakya to Modi: The Evolution of India’s Foreign Policy’ has just been released by Harper Collins India.

VOICES

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India-Israel relationship has the potential of becoming an enduring strategic partnership

Just as the US de-hyphenated India-Pakistan ties, New Delhi has learnt that it needs to do the same to Israel and Palestine.

POLITICS

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How Pakistan uses jihadis to counter India's might

Its citizens have, however, been the victims of this policy.

POLITICS

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Why it's in Pakistan's best interest not to mess with Modi

The PM wants to go beyond handshakes, candles at Wagah and cricket diplomacy interspersed with sabre-rattling.

POLITICS

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Why India-Pakistan war is not in anyone's interest apart from trolls

Social media-generated sabre rattling notwithstanding, there’s little chance of actual military conflict between the two nuclear-armed adversaries.

POLITICS

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Why Pakistan will be on its toes when Afghan Prez Ghani comes to visit Modi

His upcoming visit to India will demonstrate how disenchanted he and his government are with Islamabad.

POLITICS

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Iran nuclear deal: Unlike Pakistan, India actually stands to benefit

Iran's primary strategic significance for New Delhi is as an access point to Afghanistan.

POLITICS

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Pakistan’s military is not serious about terrorism

Pakistan’s generals are offering Americans a rehashed version of General Pervez Musharraf’s promises in the immediate aftermath of 9/11.