If the unthinkable happened, India has quite the arsenal—including nuclear weapons—to cause Pakistan considerable trouble in a conflict.
"Crafting 'middle-power coalitions,' as a complement to engaging China and deepening strategic partnership with America, would enjoy domestic political support, while creating the basis for expanding India’s role in Asian security."
Very soon, the Pakistan Army’s commitment to democracy in Pakistan may face a major test.
Are conditions ripe for a leap forward in ties between the long-time rivals?
"When all is said and done, the difference between India and China can be summed up in one word: freedom."
"Riyadh’s South Asia play is a high-stakes gambit with direct consequences for Iranian nuclear developments, the war in Syria, Pakistan’s stability and Indo-Pakistani peace."
Now is the time for India and the United States to expand the Indo-U.S. cyberdialogue to include hardware security.
Should New Delhi be concerned about Beijing's growing military might?
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