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Towards a small war
Calcutta Telegraph

What should be India's response to terror?

The former American ambassador to India, Robert Blackwill, made the speculations public in February when he said that the next time India faces a 26/11-type terrorist attack, the country might consider going to war with Narendra Modi as prime minister. Blackwill, a Harvard academic who has researched the Asian alliances of the United States of America, was not kite-flying in solitude.  Read ... Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
Towards a small war Calcutta Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Modi may use military if terror attack traced to Pak: US diplomat

mbassador Robert Blackwill warns Pakistan its past behaviour may not be tolerated now Press Trust of India | Washington February 6, 2015 Last Updated at 13:00 IST Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to use the military option if the next ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Modi likely to use 'military force' if terror attack traced to Pakistan: former US diplomat  The Express Tribune1 month ago Modi may use military option if terror attack traced to Pakistan, says Blackwill  Money Life1 month ago Narendra Modi may use military option if terror traced to Pakistan  Livemint.com1 month ago
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Media Call: The 2015 National Security Strategy

loading... Speakers: Robert D. Blackwill, Henry A. Kissinger Senior Fellow for U.S. Foreign Policy, Council on Foreign Relations, and Janine Davidson, Senior Fellow for Defense Policy, Council on Foreign RelationsPresider: Stewart M. Patrick, Senior ...
 Council On Foreign Relations1 month ago
Eurasia Review

India-Pakistan: Visualizing The Next Round OpEd

By By Ali Ahmed* At the Council on Foreign Relations last week two South Asia watchers Amb. Robert Blackwill and Stephen Cohen were asked the unthinkable question: What happens if there's another Mumbai attack? Both replied that there would be a ...
 Eurasia Review1 month ago 'Atmospherics of the US-India relationship'  Smart Investor2 months ago 'Atmospherics of theUS-India relationship'  Business Standard India2 months ago Obama visit to repair glitches in US-India relations  Business Standard India2 months ago

Pakistan seeks help from China, US to avoid blackouts

The centrepiece of the Obama visit has been the nuclear deal, whose sticking points were a U.S requirement of keeping track of all U.S.-supplied nuclear equipment and materials at all times which India was reluctant to accept, and ce... Obama ...
 South Asia Monitor2 months ago China, Pakistan vow closer parliamentary links  South Asia Monitor1 month ago Pakistan 'most reliable friend': China  South Asia Monitor2 months ago

Honoring the Legacy of Singapore's George Washington

On Monday, the world lost one of the most prominent, controversial and arguably most effective political leaders of the last 60 years, Singapore's founding Prime Minister Lee Kuan Yew. He passed away peacefully at the Singapore General Hospital at ...
 Human Events Online6 days ago

Lee Kuan Yew, Singapore's first premier, was a grand master of international strategy

Lee Kuan Yew, the former prime minister of Singapore who died Monday, was more than his country's founding father. Not only did he raise a poor, notoriously corrupt port from the bottom rungs of the Third World to a modern First World nation in a ...
 Los Angeles Times5 days ago Lee Kuan Yew didn't dislike India, he was disappointed by India  The Hindu1 week ago Remembering Lee Kuan Yew: A political giant  Business Spectator1 week ago
Carnegie Endowment

The New Broment In India-US Ties

Barack Obama's visit to India heralded a unique moment in the history of bilateral relations between the two countries, says Ramesh Ramachandran Rebalancing Asia China was the proverbial elephant in the room for the Indian and the American ...
 Tehelka2 weeks ago Bangladesh parties urged to end deadly cycle of crimes  South Asia Monitor1 month ago Federalize the parties  South Asia Monitor1 month ago Liberation from Kashmir  South Asia Monitor1 month ago
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Why Russians march: to replace 'campaigns of hate'

A huge rally in Moscow in memory of slain dissident Boris Nemtsov also focused on state-run media's vilification of critics of Putin's policies. Demonization, either in Russia or by the West, must end to help solve issues like Ukraine. In unexpected ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland4 weeks ago

India resets policy of equidistance

By Gen. Ashok K. Mehta Given Narendra Modi's growth and development agenda, for which he requires the U.S., China, Japan and others, he cannot afford to antagonise Beijing. The U.S. is vital for India's rise and a hedge to China. So, ...
 South Asia Monitor1 month ago Reset of a policy of equidistance  The Hindu1 month ago
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