Miller Discusses U.S.-India Relations Under Biden in Hindustan Times
“A Biden administration will not particularly change the relationship. And, in many ways, it may even come out stronger.”
Fewsmith Quoted in AP Article on China-India Relations
Professor Joseph Fewsmith speaks on a recent confrontation and changes to the political status of Kashmir, resulting increased tensions between China and India.
BtH: Pakistan-India Relations and Kashmir
The Beyond the Headlines series continued with a discussion entitled “Pakistan-India Relations Under Imran Khan and Modi After August 5.”
Najam Interviewed on Continuing Crisis in Kashmir
Dean Adil Najam was interviewed by several news outlets on the ongoing crisis in Kashmir, which is now nearing a month long.
Najam in The Hill on Why Kashmir is a Global Crisis
Dean Adil Najam discusses how the ongoing conflict in Kashmir is a global crisis — extending beyond India and Pakistan.
Najam in The Hill on Why Trump Should Mediate Kashmir Dispute
Dean Adil Najam discusses why President Donald Trump might be a good fit to mediate the Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan.
BtH: Is Resolution Possible in Jammu and Kashmir?
The Beyond the Headlines, or BtH, series continued with a discussion on whether a resolution is possible to the Jammu and Kashmir dispute.
Najam in CSM on Clashes in Kashmir
Dean Adil Najam discusses relations between India and Pakistan and recent clashes between the two nations in Kashmir.
Najam Interviewed on Kashmir on Singapore Radio
Dean Adil Najam argues that the escalating toll of death in Kashmir is not just India’s failure, it is the failure of the international community; of the United Nations.
Classroom Spotlight: ‘India and the World’
According to students at the Pardee School, a way forward for the embattled Kashmir region may be found through improvements in trade.