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With a clear comparative advantage over Pakistan in economic clout and soft power, India can utilize a strategy for non-violent “compellence” to isolate Pakistan internationally, which could in turn motivate meaningful counterterrorism action within Pakistan.
Syria's coastal region, although perceived as an island outside of the conflict, has also been affected in a number of ways by the country's protracted civil war.
To avoid regulatory paralysis, India needs to reimagine the regulator’s role.
Whatever other surprises the U.S. presidential campaign may bring, 2016 has already flipped the foreign policy narrative.
The threat of lone wolf terrorists is a growing phenomenon and it represents a challenge for those looking to cultivate counterterrorism policies to combat it.