Stimson in the News

Stimson’s “The Stability-Instability Paradox: Nuclear Weapons and Brinksmanship in South Asia” report cited in Hindustan Times

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As the government reviews the Indus Water treaty, it would do well to remember that the water sharing arrangement and the Rann of Kutch agreements that have both stood the test of time and wars, were both negotiated by a third party. While the World Bank helped India and Pakistan with Indus, the UK played a role in solving the border dispute over the salty marsh lands.

As India and Pakistan spar once again, over the unrest in Kashmir and the terror attack at an army camp in Uri, should New Delhi redraw its redlines and opt for a mediator?

As a keen watcher of the Kashmir conflict, I’d make the case that a third party makes maximum logical strategic sense.

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