Delhi Round of Indo-Pak Talks - III Sir Creek
D Suba Chandran · 21 Nov, 1998 · #154 · Commentary
Sir Creek is a 60 km long estuary in the Rann of Kutch. The Rann of Kutch that lies between Gujarat on the Indian side and Sindh on Pakistani side, have many creeks such as Kajhar, Padala, Kori, Sir etc. The significance of the Sir Creek i...
Delhi Round of Indo-Pak Talks - I Siachen
D Suba Chandran · 18 Nov, 1998 · #153 · Commentary
The second round of Indo - Pak talks started in the first week of November 98 at
. The issues covered were as follows: Tulbul navigation Project / Wular barrage, Siachen, Sir Creek, Economic and Commercial co-operation, Terrorism ...
Pokhran-II: Six Months after the Nuclear Tests
· 16 Nov, 1998 · #152 · Commentary
The following is a report of the seminar organized by the IPCS on 13 November 1988 on the security situation in South
six months after the nuclear tests conducted by
. The speakers were Ajit Bhattacharjea, Rear Adm. Raja ...
Vajpayee's China fiasco
· 12 Nov, 1998 · #151 · Commentary
policy is more or less a shambles today and the 'credit' for that belongs to Prime Minister A.B. Vajpayee. This is not the first time that he has been 'a bull in a
shop'. In 1977-78, ...
· 12 Nov, 1998 · #150 · Commentary
The following is a combined report of two seminars organized on 16 and 23 October 1998 by the IPCS on Sino-Indian relations. The seminars were organized by the IPCS on Sino-Indian relations following the return of the speakers/resource persons a...
India-Pakistan Dialogue: A Small Step in the Right Direction
Ashutosh Mishra · 30 Oct, 1998 · #149 · Commentary
have realised that evolving less hostile relations with each other is a prerequisite to improving their battered images in the eyes of the international community. Also, the Pokhran-Chagai tests have fo...
No Use for a 'No First Use' offer: Pakistan's impeccable logic
Prof. RVR Chandrasekhara Rao · 26 Oct, 1998 · #148 · Commentary
Such is the state of India-Pakistan relations that even a resumption of foreign-secretary level meetings is hailed as an event of importance, even if they achieve only marginally. The recently held talks in
resulted in nothing mo...
The US Task Force and Celeste's Kashmir remarks
Sushil J Aaron · 01 Oct, 1998 · #147 · Commentary
The recommendations of the Independent Task Force (ITF) established by the Council on Foreign Relations and the Brookings Institution regarding a course of action for the
towards a post-nuclear
, especially ...
The Nuclear Scene: The Current Situation
· 30 Sep, 1998 · #146 · Commentary
1. Four months after the nuclear tests in
it is time to take stock. The Indian and Pakistani Prime Ministers have spoken recently at the UN General Assembly. Where do we stand now?
2. Both Prime Minis...
Against Nuclear Apartheid
· 28 Sep, 1998 · #145 · Commentary
The Case for
While the end of the Cold War transformed the political landscape in
, it did little to ameliorate
's security concerns. The rise of