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Working Paper: A Framework to Model the India—Pakistan Conflict Escalation

By Pranay Kotasthane Download the paper in PDF [2.3 MB] The India-Pakistan conflict has variously been described as an ‘enduring rivalry’ or a ‘protracted conflict’ — characterised by its long duration, recurrence of armed exchanges, and the involvement of state...

Analysing India Post-Uri Through a Conflict Escalation Framework

by Pranay Kotasthane, The Takshashila Institution Download the Analysis in PDF [0.8MB] These slides interpret the “surgical strikes” conducted after the Uri terrorist attacks, using the India—Pakistan Conflict Escalation Framework. Based on this framework, the document proposes factors that can...

Anand Arni Participates in the Ottawa Dialogues in Bangkok

Anand Arni, Distinguished Fellow at the Takshashila Institution, attended the University of Ottawa’s India-Pakistan-Afghanistan Dialogue and India-Pakistan Intelligence Dialogue held in Bangkok in September 2016. The India-Pakistan-Afghanistan Dialogue project looks at exploring new ways in which the relationship between the...

Talks about talks with Pakistan

The Modi government should put grand rapprochement with Pakistan on hold and leave diplomacy to diplomats, by Rohan Joshi and Pranay Kotasthane

Pranay Kotasthane in a CNBC Awaaz Panel Discussion

Pranay Kotasthane, Research Fellow at The Takshashila Institution, was part of a panel on CNBC Awaaz discussing the cancellation of India-Pakistan NSA talks. The discussion was a hosted by CNBC’s Tamanna Inamdar and other panelists included Sambit Patra of Bharatiya Janata Party,...

Takshashila participates in a discussion on Indo-US relations with Michael Kugelman

The Takshashila Institution participated in a discussion on Indo-US relations post 2014 with Mr Michael Kugelman, Senior Program Associate, South and South East Asia Program, Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars on 7th November 2014. The discussion was organised by...

Research Publication: India-Pakistan Intelligence Cooperation to Counter Terrorism

Download the full paper in PDF [53 KB] 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...