FRONTLINE - APLN member Rakesh Sood wrote on the legacy of British India and its impact on the policy that independent India adopted towards its neighbors.
DEFENSE NEWS - APLN Senior Research Adviser Frank O’Donnell was quoted in Defense News, where he commented on the implications of the Fatah 2 MLRS system for military planning and postures.
SOUTH ASIAN VOICES - APLN Senior Research Adviser Frank O’Donnell explores subconventional stability lessons for the Korean Peninsula from South Asia.
SOUTH ASIAN VOICES - APLN member Rabia Akhtar discusses what South Korea can learn from South Asia's experience of nuclearization.
CSSPR - APLN member Rabia Akhtar participated in the First Symposium, organised by the Centre for Security and Intelligence Studies (BUCSIS) at Buckingham University.
THE DIPLOMAT - APLN member Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan writes on Sri Lankan Prez Wickremesinghe’s trip to India.
NATIONAL INTEREST - APLN Senior Research Adviser Manpreet Sethi argues that proposals to deploy front-line tactical nuclear weapons, on the basis that India will not respond to their usage, are folly.
THE HINDU - APLN member Rakesh Sood argues that the process of repairing the relationship between India and Nepal has been slow, but the results are now quite visible with a rebuilding of trust.
IPCS - APLN Senior Research Adviser Manpreet Sethi writes that while India and Pakistan have observed 25 years without incident, it would be naïve to dismiss the possibility of future dangers.
Four scholars explain where they see the India-Pakistan nuclear dynamics heading in the next 25 years.