May, 2021

  • 25 May

    How Pakistan Failed to Project Kashmir as a Flashpoint

    True, geopolitics has failed Kashmiris and blunted Pakistan’s support for them but Islamabad’s approach indeed has been flawed and devoid of the consistent commitment that such a critical issue deserves.

  • 7 May

    COVID in India: The Deep-rooted Issues Behind the Current Crisis

    India is a high-risk setting for an epidemic, but the current situation was not inevitable. As more are infected, the pool of susceptible people will shrink, the virus will relent, and the country will rebuild.

  • 2 May

    Understanding the Separatist Movements in India

    Militant tensions continue existing between insurgents 50 years later in many Indian states and the central government that aims at ‘Indianizing’ them as well as amongst their indigenous people and migrants from other parts of India and illegal immigrants mainly of Bengalis origin.

April, 2021

  • 19 April

    A History of Khalistan Movement – Will India See Its Rise Again?

    Until today, the Khalistan demand has not died down. Recent reports indicate a rise in pro-Khalistan sentiments among the Sikh diaspora overseas, they are determined to revive the secessionist movement, says the analyst.

  • 7 April

    Pakistan-India Water Talks Resolve Little, But Raise Hope for Dialogue

    Even as Pakistan's questions about Indian hydropower projects went unanswered, both sides at the Indus Waters Treaty meeting showed an intention to engage.

February, 2021

  • 21 February

    The Myth of South Asian Agriculture Revolution

    Fertile agricultural land together with South Asia's population is the most precious assets that should not be endangered by running after the phantom of ‘progress’.

  • 7 February

    Farmers’ Protests: Internet Shutdown Highlights Stifling of Dissent by Modi

    India’s control over the internet is comparable to some of the world’s most authoritarian countries. While India ranks second in the world in terms of mobile internet subscribers, the country also leads in shutdowns.

  • 1 February

    Water Levels in Himalayan River Basins Drop as World Warms

    Rising temperatures mean more water is being lost through evaporation and absorbed by plants. At the same time, less water is entering river basins from rain and snowfall as weather patterns change.

January, 2021

  • 14 January

    Exposing the Fake News War Against Pakistan

    The Indian Chronicles report may now represent an opportunity for Pakistan — whose image is reeling from the consequences of the long-term campaign from India mounted against it — to set things right through astute diplomacy.

December, 2020

  • 27 December

    Why India is Accused of Subverting the UN Charter

    In a series of articles, a Pakistani magazine, MATRIX MAG, is reproducing parts of the EU DisInfo Lab report to explain how one member of the United Nations indulged in disinformation, slander, and fake news against another member.