NEW DELHI: After a gap of over two years, India and Pakistan have held talks on sharing of the Indus waters. This comes at a time both the countries have been strictly adhering to a ceasefire along the Line of Control and the international boundary. Are these signs of a thaw after ties between the two countries suffered multiple setbacks after the Pulwama terror attack and the Balakot airstrikes in 2019? In this episode of ‘The Gist’, StratNews Global Editor Surya Gangadharan discusses various facets of the bilateral relationship with Ajay Darshan Behera, Officiating Director, Academy of International Studies, Jamia Millia Islamia and Uttam Kumar Sinha, head of Non-Traditional Security Centre, IDSA.
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