India’s Export Control Regime: From Possible Proliferator to Responsible Nuclear State?

By Amina Afzal On December 7, 2017, India became the 42nd member of the Wessanar Arrangement, a multilateral export control regime that promotes greater transparency and responsibility in transfers of conventional arms and dual- use goods and technologies. In another significant development India became a member of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) in June…

The Kashmir Dispute & Right to Self Determination: A Review of the Frank P. Graham Report

By Muhammad Abdul Qadeer The government of India blames Pakistan for not fulfilling the preconditions for a plebiscite in Jammu and Kashmir (J&K). It maintains that plebiscite was “conditional upon Pakistan fulfilling Parts (I) & (II) of the United Nation’s resolution of August 13, 1948 which required Pakistan to withdraw its troops and to secure…