How is India looking at Pakistan’s political crisis?
17 May 2023 | 11:34 am
India needs political stability in Pakistan for any kind of dialogue with its regional archrival. With Pakistan deeply divided, India has no strong political partner for talks in Islamabad.
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Coming off what has been considered a successful G20 summit, India is building on its position as a neutral partner to countries with competing interests.
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