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Toby Dalton
Co-director Carnegie Nuclear Policy Program (), co-author NOT WAR, NOT PEACE?, Gooner, would rather be fly fishing. All views personal, etc.
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Milan Vaishnav May 23
My reflections on the BJP’s historic rout for Friday’s . Modi owns the win—and the aftermath.
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Milan Vaishnav May 23
.: "We do not live in Modi's India. We live in Indians' India, and the reason so many Indians adore Modi is because he represents their preferred conception of the Indian state and the Indian nation. No other explanation for these results is as compelling."
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Toby Dalton May 21
Replying to @JBWolfsthal
Are there rocks ahead?
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Barbara Demick May 15
Our take on the strange saga of Adrian Hong, a human rights activist turned rogue, and blamed for a takeover of the North Korean embassy in Madrid.
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Toby Dalton May 21
And so it continues.
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Suhasini Haidar May 20
Interesting common thread in columns this week by two of India's wisest FP thinkers... The new government must find ways to engage Islamabad again. See And
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Milan Vaishnav May 20
Your foreign policy for the day: this new essay by Ashley J. Tellis on the foreign policy challenges facing the next Indian government
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Toby Dalton May 20
Replying to @annafifield
What about DC???
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Carnegie India May 19
We are seeking a program and research intern to provide overall support to our technology and society program. Applications are now open:
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Milan Vaishnav May 17
PSA: As we prepare for the flood of exit polls on May 19, remember that exit polls have a very patchy history. And the errors are not consistent. Polls used to over-estimate the BJP, but in 2014 they under-estimated it. They might tell us something, but there's a lot of noise.
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Toby Dalton May 17
And many in the western security establishment wonder incredulously about the popular for the nuclear ban treaty...
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Kingston Reif May 16
. and : "The irony is that many of his defenders look the other way at all of this egregious behavior, but immediately invoke the concerns of our allies when faced with any discussion of changes to our nuclear declaratory policies
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Toby Dalton May 16
"Oh my God." Words I never imagined would pass the lips of in an arms control hearing.
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Vipin Narang May 16
Last week, North Korea debuted a new solid-fuel ballistic missile, an Iskander-doppelgänger aka Kimskander. and I try to lay out some thoughts as to why it’s significant in here:
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Toby Dalton May 16
Replying to @strategichobbit
Stunning.
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Toby Dalton May 16
A big loss for the DPRK watching community.
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Toby Dalton May 16
The rate of depreciation in the Pakistani rupee is pretty alarming. When I lived in Pakistan 10 years ago it traded in the 70s to USD, now at 145.
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Toby Dalton May 16
Coercive diplomacy actually still requires.... diplomacy. "Coercion without diplomacy can lead to huge blunders in the Middle East. We’ve seen that before."
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Toby Dalton May 16
Replying to @Joshua_Pollack
I try to hold the alcohol at least until mid-morning.
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Toby Dalton May 16
Point and counterpoint.
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