Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised that India would “no longer be helpless” against terrorism after the Pulwama attack, but there is little to suggest that subsequent events have prevented future attacks. Photo: EPA-EFE
Prateek Joshi
Opinion

Opinion

Prateek Joshi

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

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised that India would “no longer be helpless” against terrorism after the Pulwama attack, but there is little to suggest that subsequent events have prevented future attacks. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Yonden Lhatoo
Yonden Lhatoo
Opinion

SCMP Columnist

Yonden Lhatoo

Here’s someone you can blame if India and Pakistan wipe each other out in a nuclear war

  • Yonden Lhatoo calls out the subcontinent’s hysterical and bloodthirsty media for blatantly beating the drums of war as the two neighbours stare into the nuclear abyss

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