The writer is a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution. His new book, ‘JFK’s Forgotten Crisis: Tibet, the CIA and the Sino-Indian War’ will be published this fall.
Resumed India-Pakistan dialogue is welcome. They must take small steps, focus on tangible achievements.
Hamid Gul’s legacy is an army that is both a patron and a victim of terror.
Modi’s year in power has seen the hardening of a bipolar alliance system in South Asia, with America and India on one side, and China and Pakistan on the other.
Obama and Sharif have differences,but cooperation will be key to Afghan stability.
The failings of the Arab awakening may be replenishing the armies of jihad.
The most hardline elements in Taliban were strengthened by the Doha office opening