Long-term Planning – September 2018
Counter-terrorism needs a holistic approach rather than a lop-sided one
By Abhinav Pandya

Battle to be Won – June 2018
Large scale investment in infrastructure and job opportunities are some options to fight insurgency in the Northeast
By Lt Gen. Zameeruddin Shah (retd)

State of the Union – September 2014
Internal security remains a big challenge
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

Return of the Siege – April 2013
Series of attacks take security forces by surprise
By Fayaz Bukhari

Tolerance, Anyone? – December 2012
Unless mindsets change, religious intolerance cannot be wished away
By Dilip D’Souza

Alive and Present Danger – December 2011
Religious polarisation creates flashpoints for terrorists to exploit
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

Western View – December 2011
Terrorist challenge in South Asia needs an organised network to counter it
By Justin Krump

Confusion Tops – December 2011
Despite being the largest Paramilitary force in India, CRPF remains an invisible force
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

The Terrorism That Wasn’t – December 2011
Disproportionate resources are being expended on counter terrorism operations
By Charles Kurzman

In the Name of God – July 2007
Tablighi Jamaat is vulnerable to misuse by terrorists
By Ghazala Wahab

Challenges Within – November 2006
India’s war on terrorism is only getting tougher
By Ghazala Wahab

Terrorism Trap– September 2006
India has its own battles to fight instead of joining the American ones

Shades of Terrorism – July 2006
India needs to understand these before it plays a role in the global war
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

Fighting Terrorism – February 2005
Will it be the US or the Global War?
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab

Close ComfortFebruary 2005
Musharraf will be Bush’s closest ally in the war on terror
By Pravin Sawhney and Ghazala Wahab


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