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Pakistan.Will.Not.Change.

By Ashley J. Tellis India must recognize that any response to the attack at Pulwama can at best mitigate—not eliminate—Pakistani terrorism. But India can do...

“Naya Pakistan”: Come One, Come All, and See “New Pakistan” with...

By Andrew Korybko Prime Minister Imran Khan’s “Naya Pakistan” (“New Pakistan”) just passed legislation loosening the country’s previously difficult visa procedure to allow for most of...

Ominous Omens

Spearhead Analysis – 03.07.2017 In a transparently and apparently appeasing step the US declared Syed Salahuddin the Kashmiri leader of Hizbul Mujahideen-- an organization fighting to...

AFTER THE ‘SURGICAL STRIKES’

THE URI RESPONSE AND MODI’S COMMITMENT TRAP. In the intervening hours of Sept. 28 and 29, the Indian Army attempted shallow incursions at four points...

Pakistan and India: The art of peace

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent public references to Balochistan and Gilgit-Baltistan confirm for many Pakistanis what they have long suspected: that India is...

Exclusive: Responding to a dangerous time

We need to devise a policy response that helps reduce the threat without giving the Kashmiris a feeling of a let-down. Pakistan is facing an...

The Ice Breaker

Spearhead Analysis – 09.03.2015 Once Mr Modi was firm in the Delhi saddle and had his team in place Pakistan expected and quickly sensed a...

Belligerent India

Spearhead Analysis – 22.10.2014 There was Rising India, then Shining India and now under a Hindu nationalist supported BJP government we have Belligerent India. This,...

Hard Realities

Spearhead Analysis – 31.10.2013 Reality is a brick wall that you have to face sooner or later. Even brilliant leadership when faced with the reality...

The LOC Lesson

Spearhead Analysis – 24.01.2013 The India – Pakistan scene is littered with the debris of past events and each side has its own version of...