loading... Interviewee: , Senior Fellow for India, Pakistan, and South Asia Interviewer: Bernard Gwertzman, Consulting Editor September 12, 2014 Pakistani prime minister Nawaz Sharif seems to have weathered weeks of protests, but he and his ... Council On Foreign Relations, 1 month ago
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Provided by The Atlantic Wire Who Is Worried About Kashmir? On Tuesday, following what Reuters characterized as Kashmir's highest single-day death toll in over a decade, Indian and Pakistani troops continued to exchange gunfire ...MSN UK, 1 week ago Who Is Worried About Kashmir? The Atlantic Wire, 1 week ago
loading... Speaker: Narendra Modi, Prime Minister, IndiaPresider: , President, September 29, 2014, New York HAASS: Welcome to the . I am Richard Haass, president of CFR, and I'm delighted today to welcome and introduce a man who needs little ...Council On Foreign Relations, 2 weeks ago
loading... Speaker: Sartaj Aziz, Advisor to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs, Islamic Republic of Pakistan Presider: Mary McInnis Boies, Counsel, Boies, Schiller & Flexner LLP; Member, Board of Directors, September 26, ...Council On Foreign Relations, 3 weeks ago
Chinese president Xi Jinping has four major reasons for delaying his high-profile state visit to Pakistan later this month, according to a commentary by Beijing-based journalist Mu Chunshan. Xi was set to visit Pakistan as part of a tour that ...Want China Times, 1 month ago
To their credit, both Modi and Obama have taken early steps to sweep prior diplomatic and personal slights under the carpet in an effort to pick up where the Manmohan Singh government lost steam. Source: CR Sasikumar BY: Daniel Markey Modi and ...Indian Express, 1 month ago
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