Lt Gen Syed Ata Hasnain (Retd)
Beijing’s perceptions of New Delhi’s potential threats to its interests may force it to look for alternate ways of conflict initiation while retaining international credibility
23 Feb 2021
The Arab-Israeli conflict is giving way to the sectarian one between Iran and Saudi. And there is the more energetic involvement of Turkey in the affairs of the Islamic world
21 Dec 2020
There is some worry that the Democrats would be against Indian security interests. The next few weeks are crucial. Who must India engage with and what should it be talking about?
23 Nov 2020
Trump has been a friend of India for four years. Yet, he had us on tenterhooks too with his non-traditional leadership. What would a Biden presidency mean for our relationship?
09 Nov 2020
To counter Pakistani spin, historic instances such as the resistance to its raiders by the people of Kashmir in 1947-48 and 1965 need to be retold
27 Oct 2020
India’s pushback has to simultaneously address multiple fronts and domains with a clear aim in view.
12 Oct 2020
With close to 80,000 troops concentrated in balance on both sides of the LAC, the chances of a decisive military engagement appears close to zero.
14 Sep 2020
As nothing seems to have worked in its favour, it is in the field of international relations that Pakistan’s deep state reckons it has scope to show its people that it is making some efforts
17 Aug 2020
The security forces in Jammu and Kashmir have been extremely successful recently. But there is no room for complacency
06 Jul 2020