Prateek Joshi

Prateek Joshi works as a research associate with VIF India, a New-Delhi-based public policy institution. Previously, he worked on a project with IDSA, a think tank funded by the Ministry of Defence. His research areas include Sino-India relations, Indo-Pacific, Indo-Pak ties and colonial frontier policy.
Prateek Joshi
Prateek Joshi works as a research associate with VIF India, a New-Delhi-based public policy institution. Previously, he worked on a project with IDSA, a think tank funded by the Ministry of Defence. His research areas include Sino-India relations, Indo-Pacific, Indo-Pak ties and colonial frontier policy.

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Opinion | With Narendra Modi’s BJP back in power, can India and Pakistan achieve peace?

Despite the recent tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours, who engaged in an aerial dogfight in February, Imran Khan has welcomed his Indian counterpart’s landslide election win.

26 May 2019 - 10:46AM

Despite the recent tensions between the nuclear-armed neighbours, who engaged in an aerial dogfight in February, Imran Khan has welcomed his Indian counterpart’s landslide election win.

With Narendra Modi’s BJP back in power, can India and Pakistan achieve peace?
Opinion | India’s security dilemma with Pakistan is one it can’t bomb, blockade or ‘isolate’ its way out of

Continuing activity by hostile militant groups suggests that India’s responses to terrorist attacks, formed in 2016, cannot resolve the problem and new thinking may be required.

8 Mar 2019 - 7:04PM

Continuing activity by hostile militant groups suggests that India’s responses to terrorist attacks, formed in 2016, cannot resolve the problem and new thinking may be required.

India’s security dilemma with Pakistan is one it can’t bomb, blockade or ‘isolate’ its way out of
With India a reluctant partner, the US South China Sea strategy is more about muddying the waters than concrete action by Quad allies

The reluctance of Indo-Pacific allies to increase naval deployments in the South China Sea means the US is restricted to creating controversy where it can.

29 Sep 2018 - 2:36PM

The reluctance of Indo-Pacific allies to increase naval deployments in the South China Sea means the US is restricted to creating controversy where it can.

With India a reluctant partner, the US South China Sea strategy is more about muddying the waters than concrete action by Quad allies
Why India is walking away from its tit-for-tat China policy

After bilateral relations hit a low point last year, New Delhi has realised there’s little to gain from a hostile relationship with Beijing. That doesn’t mean it won’t still hedge against China’s influence by nurturing stronger relationships with others in the region.

20 Jul 2018 - 8:47PM

After bilateral relations hit a low point last year, New Delhi has realised there’s little to gain from a hostile relationship with Beijing. That doesn’t mean it won’t still hedge against China’s influence by nurturing stronger relationships with others in the region.

Why India is walking away from its tit-for-tat China policy
India’s overtures to the US and Japan demonstrate its post-Doklam ambitions