Vijay Prashad, Courtesy: Asia Times, August 27, 2012
At the sidelines of the 16th Non-Aligned Movement (NAM) Summit in Tehran, Iran, the governments of Afghanistan, India and Iran will hold a small conclave.
Newsclick Production, May 3, 2012
Pakistani lawmaker and Senior PPP leader traces the ways in which hostility between India and Pakistan has been sharpened – from elusive visas and bureaucratic hurdles to dangerous nukes piling up on both sides of the border. Given this situation, what are some positive, two-way strategies to shape a safer subcontinent?
Newsclick Production, May 03, 2012
Perhaps for the first time since 1947, there is the real possibility of restructuring Indo Pak relations, says Congress leader Mani Shankar Aiyar. The neighbours see that an end to confrontation will mean valuable benefits to both. In Pakistan, there is recognition that confrontation with India only aggravates its internal problems; in India, there is recognition that confrontation with Pakistan is a threat to secularism, the core which holds the nation together. This is an exceptional moment in history, a moment that must be seized.