Pakistan’s government is weakened but civil-military relations are back to where they used to be.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif once again supersedes more senior generals to appoint a supposedly apolitical army chief.
India’s presumptive prime ministerial candidate strengthens his position in the Bharatiya Janata Party.
Congress still copes with unsustainable state spending and a feudalist party structure.
Manmohan Singh’s presence at the Nonaligned Movement Summit was quite significant.
The army, the judiciary and civilian government struggle for political supremacy.
Energy cooperation between China and India throws up many geopolitical conundrums.
India’s defense minister effectively throws his nation’s lot in with the United States.
Did Germany lobby to deny Britain a major defense procurement deal with India?
India’s condemnation of Sri Lankan human rights abuses must be seen as part of a regional game that includes China.
As with Israel, India begins to hide its engagement with Iran behind hostile rhetoric.
By pressing the ruling Congress party on Iran sanctions, Western countries may have doomed their alliance with India.