Imran, Naya Pakistan and India

“Imran, Naya Pakistan and India,” Geo Politics, September 2018, Vol IX, Issue IV, pp.68-72

From an Indian perspective, the need to engage Pakistan in a “continued and uninterrupted dialogue” is imperative. But, how important are India and Indo-Pak relations in Imran’s immediate priorities? And how much space will Imran (and Shah Mahmood Qureshi) have in pursuing an uninterrupted dialogue with India vis-à-vis Pakistan’s Establishment? And what would the contours of such an engagement be?

 

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D. Suba Chandran
D. Suba Chandran is a Professor at the International Strategic & Security Studies, National Institute of Advanced Studies (NIAS), Bangalore.

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