Ever since 1947, Pakistan and India have had three major wars and numerous skirmishes over their longstanding bilateral issues.
The Islamic Republic of Pakistan is steadily changing its policies – both domestic and foreign. Outside observers are putting the change down to democratic transition and an Asian-style populism.
GNN covers the Two-Day International Conference on "Conflict and Cooperation in South Asia: Role of Major Powers" organized by the Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI) on 11-12 December 2018.
Program: Live with Moeed Pirzada.
Anchor: Moeed Pirzada.
Speakers: Dr Joshua T. White; Dr Wang Shida; Mr Leonid Savin.
India and the US strategically converge in the grandest way possible when it comes to countering China, hence why both sides entered into an unprecedented military-strategic partnership over the summer through the signing of LEMOA, which crucially allows either country to use all of the other’s military installations on a case-by-case basis.