The Delhi Policy Group’s program on Pakistan began in 1996 with a series of bilateral and SAARC – wide conferences on the eight issues that formed the now defunct India Pakistan Composite Dialogue, Military to Military CBMs, non-traditional and environmental security*. The Delhi Policy Group also launched an Afghanistan-India-Pakistan Trialogue in 2009 and has engaged in joint research writing in collaboration with several Pakistani think tanks.
Trilaterals and Bilaterals
The Delhi Policy Group launched an Afghanistan-India-Pakistan Trialogue in 2009. A first of its kind the trialogue brought together around 50 policymakers, analysts and Track II representatives from Afghanistan, India and Pakistan, to review changes and progress (if any) in Afghanistan, India and Pakistan relations, and to see whether there were new opportunities for the three countries to work together trilaterally, or in parallel bilaterals, to spur stalled and/or obstacle-strewn peace processes between them.
The publications related to Pakistan are listed in the right bar.
Policy and Issue Briefs
By Dr. Radha Kumar
DPG has held many Round Tables on Pakistan and/or issues relating to Pakistan, where key speakers are invited to share their insight on a specific topic to various attendees.
Historic Temples in Pakistan: A Call to Conscience
Ms. Reema Abbasi - Journalist and Columnist, The Daily Mail (UK), Mail Today (India) and independent contributor to Dawn and The Indian Express
July 28th, 2014
India-Pakistan: Crisis Management
Mr. Moeed Yusuf
- South Asia Adviser, United States Institute of Peace, Washinton
Pakistan: Current Scenaria & the India Pakistan Peace Process
Ambassador Ashraf Jehangir Qazi - Director General, Istitute of Strategic Studies, Pakistan
Perspectives on Pakistan and Central Asia
H.E. Robert Brinkley - High Commissioner of Britain to Pakistan
In The Media
November 16th, 2013
October 24th, 2013
By Radha Kumar and Taruni Kumar (2014)