Emily Tallo

Former Research Assistant

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Emily Tallo is a Research Assistant with the South Asia Program at the Stimson Center and the deputy editor of South Asian Voices. Her research interests include India-Pakistan relations and crisis dynamics and the interaction between the state and armed groups in South Asia. She holds a B.S. in International Studies from the Indiana University, where she authored two undergraduate theses on Indian policy towards Kashmir. Previously, she was an intern with Stimson Center’s South Asia Program and the Ananta Aspen Centre in New Delhi. Her analysis has been featured in Foreign Policy, The Washington Post’s Monkey Cage blog, War on the Rocks, The Wire, and The Diplomat. 

Research & Writing

Commentary
Did India shoot down a Pakistani F-16 in February? This just became a big deal.

With voting underway in India’s general election, February’s Kashmir conflict is likely to weigh on the minds of voters, especially given last week’s social media uproar over the reported downing of a Pakistani F-16 fighter jet during the crisis. The c…

Stimson in the News
Op-ed by Sameer Lalwani and Emily Tallo on the Shooting of a Pakistani F-16

Did India shoot down a Pakistani F-16 in February? This just became a big deal. With voting underway in India’s general election, February’s Kashmir conflict is likely to weigh on the minds of voters, especially given last week’s social media…

Commentary
What Will Be the Strategic Ripple Effects of Balakot?

After more than 40 Indian paramilitary forces died as a result of a suicide attack in the Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir on February 14, many analysts swiftly declared Indian retaliation inevitable. Few anticipated the reach of the resulting air…

Stimson in the News
Op-ed by Emily Tallo on Strategic Ripple Effects of Balakot

What Will Be the Strategic Ripple Effects of Balakot? After more than 40 Indian paramilitary forces died as a result of a suicide attack in the Pulwama district of Jammu and Kashmir on February 14, many analysts swiftly declared Indian retali…

Commentary
Drivers, Decisions, Dilemmas: Understanding the Kashmir Crisis and its Implications

Nearly 20 years after India and Pakistan clashed in the heights of Kargil — only the second time in history nuclear-armed rivals fought a hot war — the two South Asian rivals have once again found themselves careening toward conflict over Kashmir. Last…

Stimson in the News
Op-ed by Sameer Lalwani and Emily Tallo about the Kashmir Crisis

DRIVERS, DECISIONS, DILEMMAS: UNDERSTANDING THE KASHMIR CRISIS AND ITS IMPLICATIONS Nearly 20 years after India and Pakistan clashed in the heights of Kargil — only the second time in history nuclear-armed rivals fought a hot war — the two So…

Commentary
India and Pakistan Aren’t Ready for Another Terrorist Crisis

On the week of the 10th anniversary of the Mumbai terrorist massacre, the bilateral cooperation between India and Pakistan to open a visa-free corridor for Sikh pilgrims to access a sacred place of worship offers a rare moment of inspiration….

Stimson in the News
Emily Tallo Op-Ed on India’s Strategy in Kashmir

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