Located barely 72 km away from each other, Gwadar port in Pakistan and Chabahar in Iran are not mere ports but geopolitical launch pads that can alter the strategic balance in the region.
Prime Minister Modi pushes on with his lone struggle to sound the alarm on global terrorism.
There’s a lot to be gained on both sides of the Indo-Saudi equation.
It’s becoming increasingly clear that ISIS-inspired terror is a serious threat to Europe’s security.
President Obama’s final Nuclear Security Summit seems unlikely to address the geopolitical elephant in the room in South Asia: Pakistan’s growing arsenal of tactical nuclear weapons.
It appears as if the power struggle between the civilian government and the security services is gathering steam in Pakistan.
The Kashmir issue continues to loom large over any possible thaw in Indo-Pakistani relations.
Congress’ latest campaign against the Modi government is nothing but hypocrisy and hot air.
Negotiations are playing out behind the scenes between Pakistan and the United States.
Farooq Abdullah’s suggestion of a partition along the Line of Control in Kashmir is easier said than done.