Anwesha Ray Chaudhuri

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  • Anwesha Ray Chaudhuri was Research Assistant at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, New Delhi.

    Gilgit Baltistan: Pakistan’s Growing Travails and India’s Inexplicable Silence

    A course correction coupled with a proactive policy of nurturing the growing pro-India constituency in Gilgit Baltistan is the need of the hour.

    March 28, 2012

    India and Pakistan: Continued Conflict or Cooperation? by Stanley Wolpert University of California Press, 2010

    Beginning with partition of the subcontinent in 1947, this book by renowned scholar Stanley Wolpert provides an account of one of the oldest political crisis/conflicts in the world. He simplifies 63 years of complex history, tracing the relationship between the two antagonists. This book is an outcome of his extensive work on South Asia over the last 60 years. In this book, Wolpert explores historical roots of the conflict, assesses different phases of it and the attempts made to resolve it, before recommending potential solutions to it.

    September 2011

    Azad Kashmir elections and Pakistan’s hypocrisy

    Pakistan needs to practice greater respect for individual rights and allow indigenous political outfits to participate in the political processes in PoK.

    September 13, 2011

    India and the Pakistan-China Nexus in Gilgit-Baltistan

    China’s intensified engagement in the region, encompassing reconstruction and development, suggests a subtle move to alter the security situation.

    March 16, 2011

    Country Profile: Saudi Arabia

    Saudi Arabia signed and ratified the Biological Weapons Convention when it was opened for signature in 1972, but that time Saudi’s did not have intentions of acquiring biological weapons. Since then, various regional developments have increased the significance of Biological and Chemical Weapons as useful armament.

    July-December 2010