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Kashmir: The Fight for the High Ground Has Started
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Kashmir: The Fight for the High Ground Has Started
August 16, 2019

Today, wars are a fight for survival and the countries that conquer the higher altitude regions with livable climates and natural resources will remain after over-populated coastal areas succumb to oceanic deluges.

Mediation Is the Way Forward for Kashmir
August 13, 2019

India and Pakistan continue to claim the whole of Kashmir, but neither can seriously believe that any mediation tribunal would judge this to be appropriate. Compromise is needed – one that India and Pakistan are incapable of reaching on their own.

Mediation Is the Way Forward for Kashmir
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Hair-Trigger Nuclear Alert Over Kashmir
Editor's Сhoice
Hair-Trigger Nuclear Alert Over Kashmir
August 11, 2019

Previous Indian leaders have been cautious. But not PM Modi. He is showing signs of power intoxication.

China and Jammu and Kashmir’s new status
August 10, 2019

Beijing has a lot of influence over Pakistan and indirectly is in a position to leverage the next moves by Islamabad

China and Jammu and Kashmir’s new status
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Hong Kong, Kashmir: a Tale of Two Occupations
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Hong Kong, Kashmir: a Tale of Two Occupations
August 7, 2019

Much to the distress of neocons and humanitarian imperialists, there won’t be a bloody mainland China crackdown on protesters in Hong Kong – a Tiananmen 2.0. Why? Because it’s not worth it.

The Trump Hand Strikes Again
July 30, 2019

Almost everything Trump touches turns to dirt or worse. Even if he seems to be genuinely trying to improve some sort of awkward situation, he strikes the wrong note. It doesn’t matter to him that he knows absolutely nothing about the subject which draws his attention, because in his ignorance he will plunge in and make things worse.

The Trump Hand Strikes Again
Security
Modi’s Ship Hits the Kashmir Iceberg
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Modi’s Ship Hits the Kashmir Iceberg
July 26, 2019

India’s strategic ambivalence in the contemporary world order, characterised by growing multipolarity, is becoming increasingly untenable. Modi’s forthcoming visit to Russia in September and the visit by Chinese President Xi Jinping to India in October will provide significant pointers to the Indian policies in the changing regional and international milieu.

Pakistan in the Crosshairs of New US Aggression
March 1, 2019

Anything that can be done to flare up tensions between these two adversaries then serves the US’s goals of sowing chaos and division to keep the things from progressing smoothly.

Pakistan in the Crosshairs of New US Aggression
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