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How Pakistan Betrayed Its Founder
August 24, 2016
How Pakistan Betrayed Its Founder
Rediscovering Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s vision for a secular, liberal Pakistan.
How Pakistan Betrayed Its Founder
The Pivot to Asia: Sustainment or Appeasement?
August 24, 2016
The Pivot to Asia: Sustainment or Appeasement?
A new recommended outline for U.S. Asia policy comes dangerously close to simply ceding U.S. interests in the region.
The Pivot to Asia: Sustainment or Appeasement?
Balochistan: The Troubled Heart of the CPEC
August 23, 2016
Balochistan: The Troubled Heart of the CPEC
Long-standing violence in Pakistan’s most impoverished province is given new impetus by modern geopolitics.
Balochistan: The Troubled Heart of the CPEC
In Bhutan, a Facebook Post Leads to Defamation Charges
August 23, 2016
In Bhutan, a Facebook Post Leads to Defamation Charges
The case is symbolic of questions surrounding Bhutan's elites, and the right to free expression for the rest.
In Bhutan, a Facebook Post Leads to Defamation Charges
Nepal's New Government Steadies Diplomatic Ties With India
August 23, 2016
Nepal's New Government Steadies Diplomatic Ties With India
Nepal's new Maoist-Nepali Congress government is bringing the country's ties with India back to a state of stability.
Nepal's New Government Steadies Diplomatic Ties With India
India's Kudankulam Unit 2 Reactor Prepares for Full Launch Amid Uneasiness
August 23, 2016
India's Kudankulam Unit 2 Reactor Prepares for Full Launch Amid Uneasiness
India's newest operational reactors leave some uneasy.
India's Kudankulam Unit 2 Reactor Prepares for Full Launch Amid Uneasiness
India's Iron Lady: A Lonely Fight Against the Armed Forces Special Powers Act
August 23, 2016
India's Iron Lady: A Lonely Fight Against the Armed Forces Special Powers Act
Irom Sharmila's hunger strike was doomed by apathy from the government and the people alike.
India's Iron Lady: A Lonely Fight Against the Armed Forces Special Powers Act
Modi’s Balochistan Gamble Puts Pakistan in the Driver's Seat
August 23, 2016
Modi’s Balochistan Gamble Puts Pakistan in the Driver's Seat
The Indian prime minister's ill-advised comment could come back to haunt India.
Modi’s Balochistan Gamble Puts Pakistan in the Driver's Seat
Asia’s Emerging Markets: From Bust To Boom?
August 22, 2016
Asia’s Emerging Markets: From Bust To Boom?
The worst may be over for Asia's emerging markets, but growth will remain "slow and painful."
Asia’s Emerging Markets: From Bust To Boom?
India and China: Asia's Uneasy Neighbors
August 22, 2016
India and China: Asia's Uneasy Neighbors
Optimism for India-China relations was high when Modi took office. Those hopes have long since faded.
India and China: Asia's Uneasy Neighbors
Meet India's Next Central Bank Chief
August 22, 2016
Meet India's Next Central Bank Chief
Urjit Patel, a deputy governor of the Reserve Bank of India, is set to succeed Raghuram Rajan.
Meet India's Next Central Bank Chief
The Trouble With Modi's Balochistan Comments
August 21, 2016
The Trouble With Modi's Balochistan Comments
After ignoring the turmoil in Kashmir, India's prime minister is now aggravating the crisis in Balochistan
The Trouble With Modi's Balochistan Comments
Explaining India’s Olympics Performance
August 20, 2016
Explaining India’s Olympics Performance
Why does India has such a hard time winning Olympic medals?
Explaining India’s Olympics Performance
India Bags Two Rio Medals. Will There Be More to Come?
August 20, 2016
India Bags Two Rio Medals. Will There Be More to Come?
India's athletes are producing results in Rio, but going forward, the country's sporting infrastructure needs change.
India Bags Two Rio Medals. Will There Be More to Come?
India Eyes Israeli Foliage-Penetrating Radar for Kashmir Border Security
August 20, 2016
India Eyes Israeli Foliage-Penetrating Radar for Kashmir Border Security
Plus, Obama's UN plans for nuclear testing, "no first use," and more. Weekend links.
India Eyes Israeli Foliage-Penetrating Radar for Kashmir Border Security
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