Harsh V Pant

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Musings from afar

The writer is Professor of International Relations at King's College London. His most recent book is India's Afghan Muddle (HarperCollins).

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Why China could lose its 'all weather friend' Pakistan

The world is pushing back against Beijing's debt-trap diplomacy.

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What India has to fear if Russia and China join hands

New Delhi must step up its Russia outreach when Russian President Vladimir Putin visits India next month.

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Why India-US 2+2 dialogue shows New Delhi is emerging as a global superpower

The dialogue has also underlined that Indo-US ties are on an upswing.

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Will Pakistan military ever allow PM Imran Khan to become his own man?

Imran Khan said new Pakistan requires new 'soch'. Is Pakistan military listening?

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Imran Khan's Silk Road journey: Why Pakistan's economic dependence on China is set to grow

The two states will continue to view each other as important partners, especially as India’s rise continues to worry Islamabad and cause anxiety in Beijing.

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Why India doesn't have much to hope from Imran Khan's victory in Pakistan

The broader transformation in Pakistan with civilian supremacy and the Army’s marginalisation is nowhere in sight.

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The tragedy of being Donald Trump

The American president's shambolic approach to diplomacy has made sure that he has compounded problems for the US.

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Why ISIS and Taliban threat to Afghanistan's national security should concern India

India needs to be aware of the potentially disastrous consequences for its national security.

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Why India needs to safeguard its ties with Nepal

Kathmandu has repeatedly indicated that it wants to maintain a balance between India and China.

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Why US-North Korea deal is good news for India

With trade sanctions lifted, New Delhi can engage in substantive economic ties with Pyongyang.