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Islamic State Defections Fracture Pakistan Taliban
October 24, 2014
Islamic State Defections Fracture Pakistan Taliban
However, a jihadist consolidation could take place in the future.
Islamic State Defections Fracture Pakistan Taliban
US Economists Warn on China, India Growth Slowdown
October 24, 2014
US Economists Warn on China, India Growth Slowdown
Beware ‘Asiaphoria’ says former Treasury Secretary Lawrence Summers.
US Economists Warn on China, India Growth Slowdown
Diwali: An Indian Festival Goes Global
October 24, 2014
Diwali: An Indian Festival Goes Global
Indians the world over celebrated Diwali this Thursday, as did U.S. President Barack Obama.
Diwali: An Indian Festival Goes Global
Should the US Proliferate A2/AD in Asia?
October 24, 2014
Should the US Proliferate A2/AD in Asia?
The United States shouldn't rush into arming its allies with anti-access/area denial technologies.
Should the US Proliferate A2/AD in Asia?
What ‘Clean India’ Can Learn From South Korea’s New Village Movement
October 23, 2014
What ‘Clean India’ Can Learn From South Korea’s New Village Movement
The methods of Seoul’s meteoric rise could help spur Indian growth.
What ‘Clean India’ Can Learn From South Korea’s New Village Movement
Under US Pressure, Major Countries Snub China’s New Regional Bank
October 23, 2014
Under US Pressure, Major Countries Snub China’s New Regional Bank
On Friday, China will officially launch its new regional infrastructure bank. Many notable nations will be absent.
Under US Pressure, Major Countries Snub China’s New Regional Bank
Review: <i>Bargaining With a Rising India: Lessons From the Mahabharata</i>
October 23, 2014
Review: Bargaining With a Rising India: Lessons From the Mahabharata
What India’s myths tell us about its negotiating tactics.
Review: Bargaining With a Rising India: Lessons From the Mahabharata
After Deadly Clashes, Tensions Rise Between Iran and Pakistan
October 23, 2014
After Deadly Clashes, Tensions Rise Between Iran and Pakistan
Iran is convinced that Pakistan is doing nothing to stop militants from attacking its territory.
After Deadly Clashes, Tensions Rise Between Iran and Pakistan
Following the New Silk Road
October 22, 2014
Following the New Silk Road
Experts are skeptical of the future of what is essentially America’s exit strategy for Afghanistan.
Following the New Silk Road
Al-Qaeda Declares War on China, Too
October 22, 2014
Al-Qaeda Declares War on China, Too
Al-Qaeda has joined the Islamic State in calling for jihad against China for its Uyghur policies.
Al-Qaeda Declares War on China, Too
Modi: SAARC's Last Hope for Relevance?
October 22, 2014
Modi: SAARC's Last Hope for Relevance?
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could render SAARC a more effective regional institution.
Modi: SAARC's Last Hope for Relevance?
India Steps Up Defense Cooperation with Sri Lanka and Maldives
October 21, 2014
India Steps Up Defense Cooperation with Sri Lanka and Maldives
Also, India and China hold exercises, Pakistan-Iran tensions rise, a Korean standoff, and more. Defense links.
India Steps Up Defense Cooperation with Sri Lanka and Maldives
A New Face for India and Pakistan’s Track II Diplomacy
October 20, 2014
A New Face for India and Pakistan’s Track II Diplomacy
A wider group of stakeholders in necessary to push dialogue forward.
A New Face for India and Pakistan’s Track II Diplomacy
Sri Lanka’s Northern Reboot
October 20, 2014
Sri Lanka’s Northern Reboot
To fully integrate into the nation, the Tamil-majority Northern Province will need some political good faith.
Sri Lanka’s Northern Reboot
The South China Sea and Joint Defense Procurement
October 20, 2014
The South China Sea and Joint Defense Procurement
Can ASEAN members join forces on defense procurement? It’s more complex than it seems.
The South China Sea and Joint Defense Procurement
Malaysia’s Reputation Hinges on MH370, Not on UNSC or Terrorists
October 18, 2014
Malaysia’s Reputation Hinges on MH370, Not on UNSC or Terrorists
The mysteries of the missing flight create doubts that will continue to plague the Najib government.
Malaysia’s Reputation Hinges on MH370, Not on UNSC or Terrorists
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