Foreign Policy

Indus Water Treaty: are these routine talks?

After meeting once earlier this year on the Indus Water Treaty, India and Pakistan are back on the table to discuss water sharing or is there more to this ‘routine’ talk?

India’s Lines of Credit lost its way? An Infographic

India in the past four years has deprioritised the African continent when it comes to its Line of Credit for infrastructural projects, which were mired in corruption and incompletion. Is PM Modi’s trip to East Africa a course correction?

Bid to arrest Modi in South Africa over ‘Kashmir’ rejected

A petition filed by many civil society organisations in South Africa to arrest Indian PM Narendra Modi for misgovernance in Kashmir was rejected

Can the Election Commission of Pakistan hold a fair election?

Pakistan goes to polls on July 25, and can the Election Commission of Pakistan do its job, but more importantly can the parties follow the rules it sets?

The Bhuttos and Sharifs: Where do the scions stand in Pakistan’s next Election

The choice could hardly have been poorer with its only sad consolation, if any is to be found, lying perhaps in the promised brilliance of the political theatre that is unfolding as scions of two of the country’s largest political houses, the Bhuttos and the Sharifs, lead their respective parties into the next general election, a battle that will pitch them against each other