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Sharif is Taken to Task at Home

A meeting between Sharif and Modi at the Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit is hailed a victory in India but has been greeted with cautious optimism in Pakistan.

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Pakistan Says It Downed an Indian Drone. But Did It?

Disputes over whether or not Pakistan shot down an Indian drone could increase tensions between the neighboring countries.

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Anatomy of a Fault Line

Early peace gestures by the Indian and Pakistani governments gave cause for optimism, but the two sides have once again drifted apart along familiar lines.

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India’s Wayward Words

India's recent war of words with Pakistan has been a strategic mistake.

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Is India Ready to Be a Solar Power Leader?

Modi dreams of a renewable revolution. But with his government’s reliance on foreign investment, shoddy infrastructure, and crippling red tape, that dream could be over before it begins.

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Calling for Peace

Despite renewed tensions between India and Pakistan, public opinion in both countries strongly favors peace.

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Modi’s Marbury Moment

The Indian Supreme Court and the Modi government are engaged in a battle for constitutional supremacy.

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