A diminished England, sans nuclear weapons, coupled with a fragmenting Europe, is unlikely to play its traditional role of shaping norms

Jul 04, 2016
WPS Sidhu
China, South Asia, India, Pakistan

Blocking India’s entry into the NSG by endorsing Beijing’s specious criteria will mark a victory for China and a defeat for the cause of non-proliferation

Jun 20, 2016
WPS Sidhu
China, South Asia, India
India

The Nuclear Suppliers Group meeting in Vienna on India’s membership will be a contestation between US and China to determine the future of the nuclear and world order

Jun 06, 2016
WPS Sidhu
South Asia, India

India might be better off building an international consortium with the likes of Japan and South Korea to invest in the project

May 23, 2016
WPS Sidhu
South Asia, India
South Asia

The partnership can help India build up its capacity to deter potential conflicts with China (and Pakistan) and become a net security provider with the US. This is vital for India and global security

Apr 25, 2016
WPS Sidhu
Pakistan, South Asia

“What we had feared has come to pass,” said Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel on 22 March.

Mar 28, 2016
WPS Sidhu
Europe, South Asia, India

Unless the P5 recognize that a weak and inept leader challenges their own legitimacy, the UN will be encumbered by a powerless leader

Feb 29, 2016
WPS Sidhu
South Asia, India
United Nations

The India-U.S. relationship is presently stronger than at anytime in their history. The twin summits – less than six months apart – in September 2014 and January 2015 between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Narendra Modi have repaired, revived and revitalized the strategic partnership. Yet there remain several hurdles to deepening the relationship, notably, geopolitical differences over Iran, Russia, Syria and India’s membership of various nuclear and missile export control regimes.

Feb 23, 2016
WPS Sidhu

Despite articulating its intentions and working with several other nations, India faces formidable internal and external challenges in securing its interests

Feb 15, 2016
WPS Sidhu
China, East Asia, South Asia, India

Islamabad has to remove terrorism from the India-Pakistan relationship, and India’s restraint is helping it. But that restraint can continue only as long as Pakistan takes firm measures against those guilty of anti-Indian terrorism

Feb 09, 2016
Barnett Rubin
South Asia, Afghanistan, India, Pakistan

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    Read the policy paper here

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