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India, Bangladesh Talk Coast Guard Cooperation
December 10, 2016
India, Bangladesh Talk Coast Guard Cooperation
Both sides are looking to strengthen collaboration in the maritime realm.
India, Bangladesh Talk Coast Guard Cooperation
India-Pakistan Tensions: Multilateral Diplomacy Caught in the Crossfire
December 09, 2016
India-Pakistan Tensions: Multilateral Diplomacy Caught in the Crossfire
Trouble in the India-Pakistan relationship is blocking progress at SAARC and the Heart of Asia process.
India-Pakistan Tensions: Multilateral Diplomacy Caught in the Crossfire
Saying Farewell to Pakistan's Army Chief
November 26, 2016
Saying Farewell to Pakistan's Army Chief
As General Raheel Sharif steps down, a look back at his mixed legacy.
Saying Farewell to Pakistan's Army Chief
The Challenge for Asia's Female Politicians
November 23, 2016
The Challenge for Asia's Female Politicians
Asia is seeing a new wave of successful female politicians, but getting to the top requires hard choices.
The Challenge for Asia's Female Politicians
Evaluating China's Economy
November 18, 2016
Evaluating China's Economy
Can China keep up its growth and deliver on its "harmony" pact with the Chinese people?
Evaluating China's Economy
US, Brunei Launch Naval Exercise
November 15, 2016
US, Brunei Launch Naval Exercise
Two countries kick off CARAT 2016.
US, Brunei Launch Naval Exercise
India’s Fight Against Fake Currency
November 15, 2016
India’s Fight Against Fake Currency
The fake currency notes pumped into India from Pakistan are nothing less than economic terrorism.
India’s Fight Against Fake Currency
Papua New Guinea, Timor-Leste Prepare for Strategic Elections
November 14, 2016
Papua New Guinea, Timor-Leste Prepare for Strategic Elections
Elections in the two countries could determine their future interactions with ASEAN neighbors.
Papua New Guinea, Timor-Leste Prepare for Strategic Elections
Nepal Leads South Asia in Women's Political Representation
November 11, 2016
Nepal Leads South Asia in Women's Political Representation
Nepal's Constitution ensures 33 percent of parliamentary seats are reserved for women.
Nepal Leads South Asia in Women's Political Representation
SAARC Is Dead; Long Live SAARC
November 05, 2016
SAARC Is Dead; Long Live SAARC
Why the cancellation of the 19th SAARC summit could mean new life for the regional grouping.
SAARC Is Dead; Long Live SAARC
Myanmar’s Road Construction Plans: Potholes Ahead
November 04, 2016
Myanmar’s Road Construction Plans: Potholes Ahead
Turning Myanmar into a transit hub will be a serious challenge for the country.
Myanmar’s Road Construction Plans: Potholes Ahead
Why Israel Can't Be a Strategic Role Model for India
November 03, 2016
Why Israel Can't Be a Strategic Role Model for India
Comparisons between the Indian and Israeli militaries overlook some obvious differences.
Why Israel Can't Be a Strategic Role Model for India
Why Duterte’s Deals With China May Be Security Concerns
November 02, 2016
Why Duterte’s Deals With China May Be Security Concerns
The president's recent agreements with China are already raising troubling questions that need answers.
Why Duterte’s Deals With China May Be Security Concerns
Forced Fashion: Made in the USA with Uzbek Cotton?
November 02, 2016
Forced Fashion: Made in the USA with Uzbek Cotton?
Despite progress, forced labor still lurks in the supply chains of major U.S. retailers
Forced Fashion: Made in the USA with Uzbek Cotton?
Goa Summit Could Be the Turning Point for BIMSTEC
November 02, 2016
Goa Summit Could Be the Turning Point for BIMSTEC
"With Pakistan perennially playing spoilsport in SAARC, BIMSTEC can be expected to play a greater role."
Goa Summit Could Be the Turning Point for BIMSTEC
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