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Sponsors of terrorism committing strategic suicide: MJ Akbar
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Sponsors of terrorism committing strategic suicide: Minister

New Delhi, Sep 1 (IANS) Stressing on economic growth and stability through mutually beneficial cooperation in the Indian Ocean, India said on Thursday that terrorism is the gravest threat and its sponsors are committing "strategic suicide". ... Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago
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Strategic SpacePreparing for Radiological Emergencies and Terrorism

India is still coming to terms with the aftermath of the terrorist attack on an army camp at Uri. More names have been added to the long list of Indians who have died in incidents that have been conceived and executed with the support of elements in ...
 Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies1 day ago Pak Terror in Uri-What needs to be done?  South Asia Analysis Group4 days ago Uri attacks as it happened: Combing ops called off; ...  Firstpost.com5 days ago Uri terror attack: Indian media slams Pakistan for terror activities; reminds Prime Minister Narendra Modi of his promise to take action against Pakistan  India.com5 days ago

Pivotal Pak strategic surge via C Asia

S Qamar Afzal Rizvi Consequent upon becoming a pivotal member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation(SCO), Pakistan justifiably seeks its surge towards the Central Asian region. Pakistan, the world's sixth most populous nation and second ...
 Pakistan Observer2 days ago
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'Uri won't lead India to undertake major military action'

'As outrageous as the attack was, it was against a military installation in Kashmir, not a civilian target in the heartland.''So, for India to react disproportionately would be to invite further damage that would be much greater than that which occurred on Sunday.''Diplomatic isolation of Pakistan, including by having it recognised as a State-sponsor of terrorism, may not satisfy the crowd, but it will deeply affront Pakistan and add leverage against it, and will come with none of the risks ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago Uri Won't Lead India to Undertake Major Military Action  Carnegie Endowment3 days ago
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Are the Days of Strategic Restraint Over for India?

'Forget about sending in troops or raining down missiles, but don't rule out occasional covert operations that target specific terrorist leaders.'South Asia expert Michael Kugelman on India's likely response after the Uri attack. Sunday's horrific terrorist attack in Uri, which killed 17 Indian soldiers, has put Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a very difficult position. The Indians are understandably outraged about the tragedy, and many are calling for immediate action to be taken against ...
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BCIM-EC: Ushering a new era of interconnectedness

By Rupak Bhattacharjee Bangladesh, China, India and Myanmar-Economic Corridor (BCIM-EC) seeks to deepen friendly cooperation among the four member nations and connect South Asia with South East and East Asia by establishing multi-modal ...
 South Asia Monitor1 week ago
The Express Tribune

India and UN Peacekeeping: Declining Interest with Grave Implications

India is one of the most important supporters of UN-led peacekeeping operations (UNPKOs). Over 100,000 Indian military and police personnel have rotated through service in 40 of the UN's 65 peacekeeping missions and in April 2012, 8,133 Indian ...
 Small Wars Journal1 day ago Vietnam will never be for India what Pakistan is to China  Observer Research Foundation2 weeks ago Modi's B-word to boomerang  Arab News3 weeks ago Disappearances & Indian propaganda  Pakistan Today3 weeks ago
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Scorpene submarine data leak: Saga of leaked intelligence

This is a mystery of the gravest order — one that involves India's maritime preparedness, strategic interests and her future role in guarding the seas around her. The sensitive 22,400-page document delineating the nitty-gritty of the Scorpene ...
 DNA India3 weeks ago Post Scorpene-leak India in damage control mode  MapsofIndia4 weeks ago
Observer Research Foundation

Why the new Balochistan strategy is the best option for India

Only time will tell if Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reference to Balochistan in his Independence Day speech was a carefully thought out strategy or just an expression of his personal frustration at two years of fruitless effort at dialogue with ...
 Observer Research Foundation1 month ago PM Narendra Modi's bold move on Balochistan: Geo-strategic implications of this shift in policy  Financial Express1 month ago
Eurasia Review

India and EU: 'Natural partners' need to do more to strengthen strategic partnership

By Ankita Dutta Europe and India are two pluralistic communities that share much in common from traditions to histories and cultures, plurality and diversity, commitment to democracy and human rights, independent judiciary and free press, and ...
 South Asia Monitor2 weeks ago India And EU: Natural Partners Need To Do More To Strengthen Strategic Partnership Analysis  Eurasia Review2 weeks ago
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