Ashok K. Behuria

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  • Ashok K. Behuria is Senior Fellow at Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi. Click here for detailed profile.

    Does India have a Neighbourhood Policy?

    Fellows' Seminar
    March 25, 2011
    1030 to 1300 hrs

    The Islamist Impulse Haunting Pakistan

    It is a truism to say that the elite in Pakistan has used Islam to perpetuate its hold on power ever since the state came into being in 1947. The judiciary in Pakistan has been the latest to emphasise its Islamist credentials to legitimise its rise as an important constituent of the influential ‘quartet’ that is ruling Pakistan today.

    January 2011

    Wikileaked Warlogs: Will whistle-blowing change Af-Pak reality?

    While the US may continue to keep its contacts with the Pakistani army and its political leadership and strengthen its presence in Pakistan, can it contain the tide of Islamic radicalism prospering within Pakistan?

    August 05, 2010

    The Soft Coup in Pakistan

    India has to prepare itself for the consequences of an unstable Pakistan headed by a weak civilian government, effectively controlled by the army.

    August 03, 2010

    ‘Aman Ki Asha’ in Pakistani Media: Requiem for a Peace Process?

    The peace process between India and Pakistan came to an abrupt halt with the Mumbai attacks on November 26, 2008 (26/11). Ironically, the attacks were carried out by Pakistani terrorists minutes after the foreign ministers of both countries met in New Delhi and pledged to take the composite dialogue process forward. Ever since, Pakistan's unwillingness to bring the perpetrators of the Mumbai attacks to justice has come in the way of resumption of the composite dialogue. There have been many false starts, but the process continues to be in a state of suspended animation.

    July 2010

    South Asia: The Quest For Regional Cooperation

    South Asia: The Quest For Regional Cooperation
    • Publisher: Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses

    The papers in book outline the common challenges that the countries face, identify the factors that inhibit inter-state cooperation, acknowledge the costs of non-cooperation, and reaffirm the need for the states in South Asia to shed their differences and engage with each other in meaningful ways.

    • ISBN 81-86019-61-8
    • E-copy available