Frederic Grare

The writer is director, South Asia Programme, at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace.

Articles By Frederic Grare

Why the IS survives

On Saturday, November 14, Daesh (the Arabic acronym for the Islamic State) claimed responsibility for the attacks on the French capital, indicating that they would be the “first of the storm”.

Mission not accomplished

Confirmation of the death of Taliban’s last unifying figure could set back the peace process in Afghanistan.

Lens on Modi

Washington wants to know if he can fix structural flaws in India’s economy.

2016, the Kabul story

An early US drawdown will intensify the India-Pakistan contest over Afghanistan.

An agreement among unequals

The new India-China border agreement only entrenches the status quo,and reflects India’s sinking regional position.

Now press play

India-US ties have reached a plateau of their own making

Wild card in the polls

Could young voters prove to be a driver of change in Pakistan?