A Tale Of Two India and Pakistan?
Pakistanis feel the two countries are more like two countries with differing agendas and agendas.
One of those agendas is to maintain the old-style relationship between India and China, and to prevent India from encroaching on Pakistan’s territory.
The other is to develop a strategic partnership with China and the United States.
But the two are not at war and neither is the United Kingdom.
In fact, Pakistan is a part of India, and the two nations are in a close alliance.
India and Britain have fought two wars over Kashmir and Pakistan is part of the United Arab Emirates.
But despite the differences, India and the U.K. are at odds over Kashmir, and India wants to expand its influence in the region.
In the last two decades, India has tried to isolate Pakistan from the international community by claiming the disputed Kashmir region as part of its territory.
Pakistan denies the claims.
The dispute has been in the headlines for years.
The United Nations, which had called for a solution, issued a report in March 2016 that concluded that “the continued use of armed force is an attempt to achieve a permanent partition of the region.”
The report said that “all sides, including Pakistan, have a legitimate interest in the settlement of the issue of Kashmir.”
That report was followed by a major Pakistani military intervention in March 2017, which led to the deaths of hundreds of civilians and the displacement of millions of people.
The Indian military’s move to intervene in Kashmir came on the heels of a deadly terrorist attack on an Indian army base in Uri, a town in the eastern state of Jammu and Kashmir.
In April 2017, the Indian military began a crackdown in the Kashmir valley that lasted for more than two months.
The U.S. and its allies have been pushing for the U-turn in Kashmir.
The new India-U.S.-India Strategic Partnership Agreement (SSPA) aims to open a new chapter of ties between India, the United State, and China.
The agreement is intended to bring both sides closer together in the context of a broader security agreement.
According to the agreement, India will help China improve its capabilities, and it will contribute to India’s development of new technologies and products, as well as to improving cooperation between the two.
This will be done in the areas of military cooperation, infrastructure development, defense technology transfer, counter-terrorism cooperation, cybersecurity and cyber warfare, and other areas.
The pact also calls for greater cooperation between India’s civilian, military and intelligence agencies.
The cooperation will also be aimed at strengthening economic and political ties.
The accord will be signed by Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, at a ceremony on May 21, 2021 in New Delhi.
Both sides will sign an agreement outlining a framework for a “new strategic partnership.”
India and Washington are expected to announce the new cooperation agreements in the coming months.
But analysts say it could take a long time before the two sides come to an agreement.
This article was written by Richard L. Cohen, a senior research fellow at the Council on Foreign Relations, who has written extensively on India and its relationship with the U:India-Pakistan Economic Partnership Agreement.
The views expressed in this article are the author’s own and do not necessarily reflect Al Jazeera’s editorial stance.