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Despite Differences And Doubts, For India The SCO Matters

Despite Differences And Doubts, For India The SCO Matters

Nov 22, 2020

India, which hosts the SCO summit on November 30, should lay out a fresh template to revitalise the Eurasian grouping.

It's No Ordinary India-China Standoff This Time. Tensions At LAC Won't Dissipate That Easily

It's No Ordinary India-China Standoff This Time. Tensions At LAC Won't Dissipate That Easily

May 28, 2020

Tensions at LAC this time are unlikely to move pass like other issues such as Depsang in 2013, Chumur in 2014, and Doklam in 2017 that momentarily impacted India-China ties, writes P. Stobdan.

Should India Foster Ties With Taliban Despite Its Past Misdemeanors?

Should India Foster Ties With Taliban Despite Its Past Misdemeanors?

Apr 28, 2020

India should step forward to recognise the changed reality and pragmatically engage with the Taliban regardless of their past adversarial attitudes towards India.

What Does Ladakh Want?

What Does Ladakh Want?

Aug 08, 2019

Abrogation Of Article 370 Gives Ladakh Opportunity To Nurture Its Political Expression

Abrogation Of Article 370 Gives Ladakh Opportunity To Nurture Its Political Expression

Aug 06, 2019

For a long time, circumstances never permitted Ladakh to shape its own political identity and the intermittent attempts by people to voice local aspirations were either ruthlessly crushed or skillfully outmanoeuvred by political masters from outside.

China’s Turnaround On Masood Azhar

China’s Turnaround On Masood Azhar

May 04, 2019

The difference this time around was the proposal initiated by France that had no other geopolitical motive except for curbing terrorism. This may have thrown China’s plan off balance.

Tibet Diary

Tibet Diary

Dec 05, 2018

Former ambassador P. Stobdan's diary on a trip to Tibet.

Gas And The Greater Game

Gas And The Greater Game

Oct 11, 2018

Indian diplomacy during Putin’s visit was masterful, but defence cooperation alone cannot sustain the relationship—more economic content is vital

Way Ahead: Only A Perception Change Can Prevent Rise Of Anti-India Sentiments in J-K

Way Ahead: Only A Perception Change Can Prevent Rise Of Anti-India Sentiments in J-K

Jul 05, 2018

The political narrative in Kashmir has changed after youths took over the reins of dissent. Unless New Delhi changes tack, Kashmir will slip away.

Never Trust China

Never Trust China

Nov 18, 2006

Sly and smiling, Beijing excels in making canny moves that can maim India

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