Terrorism is a major security concern in India and Pakistan. Both nations have been victims of vicious acts of terror and have continually blamed each other. As new threats are emerging in this field it is time to look at implementing remedial measures.
The India-Pakistan Intelligence Cooperation to Counter Terrorism is a research paper jointly drafted by retired senior officials from the security and intelligence communities of India and Pakistan, which seeks to describe why dialogue between the services of both countries on the issue of terrorism is of vital interest to both countries and spells out an agenda that can realistically be pursued.
This paper was jointly drafted by Anand Arni and Shaukat Javed, and was reviewed and adopted by the participants in the meeting of the Intelligence Dialogue which took place 16-17 October, 2014 in Istanbul.