July 27, 2017

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A Self-Confessed ‘State Actor’

Kulbhushan

Indian threats notwithstanding, Pakistan’s message must remain clear and unambiguous on the death sentence to Kulbhushan Jadhav, anyone operating against the state will be severely dealt with. Read More »

India: A Few Reasons to Revisit the Book

(Photo by Giridhar Appaji Nag Y, CC License)

Pakistan's former foreign minister says he is at a loss to understand why he did not have an opportunity of interacting with M.K. Narayanan when the latter was India's National Security Adviser. Read More »

View from India: Behind Delhi’s ‘Pakistan Quandary’

A view of Digwar, a small bordering town on the bank of Betarh Nullah, in Haveli District of Pakistan-administered Kashmir. Half of this village is in Pakistan-administered Kashmir while the half of it is in Indian-administered Kashmir. At the far end of this view, is the Poonch city in Indian controlled Kashmir. (Photo by Muzaffar Bukhari, Creative Commons License)

India needs subtle strategies to contain and counter “threats” from Pakistan. The jingoistic and threatening rhetoric in a section of Indian media in response to each “provocation” from Pakistan does India no good. India’s power ought to be felt by its adversaries and not flaunted. Read More »

In Chaotic Hyperbole, Truth Loses in Pakistan-India Relations

Leepa Karnah Valley. The Line of Control (the disputed border between India and Pakistan) passes through the middle of the valley. (Photo by Umair Shafiq)

It was making a mountain out of a molehill. Both the (Indian) Army and the media were complicit in this: One deliberately and the other out of ignorance. The recent anti-infiltration operations in Keran sector which were declared over after two weeks on October 8 by the Chief of Army Staff, General Bikram Singh, in Delhi and the Northern Army ... Read More »

Guarded Optimism in India, Pakistan over Singh-Sharif Summit

Prime Ministers Manmohan Singh and Mian Nawaz Sharif at their meeting in New York on September 29. (ViewsWeek photo)

  Media in India and Pakistan is carefully welcoming the September 29 meeting between Prime Ministers Nawaz Sharif and Dr Manmohan Singh in New York. The guarded optimism in newspaper editorials is touching the limits of skepticism. A review of the editorials of leading dailies of the two countries reveals some identical views on the summit outcome. Newspapers on either ... Read More »