• Op-Ed

    Think Again: A Forgotten War

    The Taliban are regrouping in the lawless tribal region in the Afghan-Pakistan border. Poor strategy in Afghanistan is partly to blame but a key part of the problem is Pakistan. U.S. support for Musharraf who has helped capture most Al-Qaeda operatives, has meant that jihadi terrorists which the regime employs against India have been ignored. This will aggravate the problems in Afghanistan.

    • Op-Ed

    Is India a Major Power?

    • Op-Ed

    Trouble Twins for the General, Called Bhutto and Sharif

    The rapprochement between Bhutto and Sharif could alter the course of Pakistani politics. During the last decade, Pakistan’s democratic evolution was hindered by the rivalry between these two leaders. Now, Sharif has expressed solidarity with Bhutto by withdrawing his nominations after hers were rejected. The battle between supporters of democracy and the military establishment has just begun.

    • Book

    India's Nuclear Bomb: The Impact on Global Proliferation

    • George Perkovich
    • November 05, 2001
    • University of California Press, Oxford University Press in South Asia


    • Book

    India's Emerging Nuclear Posture: Between Recessed Deterrent and Ready Arsenal

    This book examines the forces—political, strategic, technological, and ideational—that led to India's dramatic nuclear policy shift and describes how New Delhi's force-in-being will be fashioned, particularly in light of the threat India faces from its two most salient adversaries, China, and Pakistan.

    • Op-Ed

    Stability in South Asia

    The most likely setting for the world's first nuclear war, observers generally agree, is South Asia.

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