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India's heart may be with Aung San Suu Kyi and the struggle for democracy but its head knows there's no alternative to dealing with the military. Is there a middle path? »
Having decided to engage Pakistan on issues beyond terror, it is counterproductive for India to artificially limit the subjects it is willing to discuss. »
Instability on the AfPak front — and not the lack of trust — has emerged as the binding constraint on India's ability to move bilateral talks on Kashmir forward. »
With his frequent flyer miles has come greater confidence but Indian diplomacy is still plagued by mixed messages. »
Much to India's relief, the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) on Friday failed to adopt new guidelines that would have led to the denial of enrichment and reprocessing (ENR) technology to countr... »
Rather than objecting to what it can't prevent, India should back a nuclear deal for Pakistan structured around a package of non-proliferation commitments. »
India should strive for functional cooperation with Pakistan on the Mumbai terror trial. As the ‘front channel' picks up speed, so will the ‘back channel'. »
Two years after being made to jump through a hoop to win an exemption from the Nuclear Suppliers Group's export ban, India is bracing itself for a double blow. At its plenary meeting in New... »
India remains wary of reports that there could be further attacks on Indian interests in Afghanistan or on Indian soil, emanating from terrorists in Pakistan, official sources said »
After the shock of L'Aquilla, where the G-8 in 2009 agreed to implement a ban on the sale of enrichment and reprocessing (ENR) equipment and technology to countries like India which do not accept... »
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