In the wake of the Pathankot terror attack

12 January 2016
In the wake of the Pathankot terror attack
CPR faculty analyse
  • G Parthasarathy in this interview states that while there should be no knee jerk reaction by the Indian government, the dialogue process needs to change. 
  • Shyam Saran writes it is necessary to ‘fix governance gaps to avoid Pathankot-like security challenges’.
  • Brahma Chellaney calls Pathankot 26/11 in a ‘different mode’, and says that the ‘crisis highlighted the (Indian) government’s strategic naïveté’. 
  • Srinath Raghavan suggests that India needs to rethink its approach to diplomacy and incursions  with Pakistan as talking 'will have no effect on terrorism'.


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