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3 Reasons Modi Is Misguided on Pakistan
October 31, 2014
3 Reasons Modi Is Misguided on Pakistan
Modi's hardline policy towards Pakistan needs to be backed by substantive engagement.
3 Reasons Modi Is Misguided on Pakistan
India's Anti-Sikh Riots, 30 Years On
October 31, 2014
India's Anti-Sikh Riots, 30 Years On
30 years ago, India was gripped by a terrible surge of violence against Sikhs after Indira Gandhi's assassination.
India's Anti-Sikh Riots, 30 Years On
Can China Save Afghanistan?
October 31, 2014
Can China Save Afghanistan?
The 2014 Istanbul Process, hosted by China, is a litmus test of regional support for Kabul in the post-NATO era.
Can China Save Afghanistan?
The Age-Old Sino-Indian Contest for South Asia
October 30, 2014
The Age-Old Sino-Indian Contest for South Asia
Chumar is the latest episode in a half-century old battle for South Asian dominance.
The Age-Old Sino-Indian Contest for South Asia
Relearning Anti-Submarine Warfare
October 30, 2014
Relearning Anti-Submarine Warfare
The U.S. Navy's post-Cold War holiday from history is drawing to a close—if it hasn’t expired already.
Relearning Anti-Submarine Warfare
Australia: Time for a Kimberley Plan II?
October 29, 2014
Australia: Time for a Kimberley Plan II?
North West Australia could offer a resolution for Australia’s asylum seeker mess.
Australia: Time for a Kimberley Plan II?
South Korean Prosecutors Call for Death Penalty for Sewol Captain
October 29, 2014
South Korean Prosecutors Call for Death Penalty for Sewol Captain
Prosecutors are seeking the death sentence in two high-profile cases in South Korea.
South Korean Prosecutors Call for Death Penalty for Sewol Captain
India Chooses Israel Over US for Latest Defense Purchase
October 29, 2014
India Chooses Israel Over US for Latest Defense Purchase
India chooses Israeli anti-tank weaponry over the United States' Javelin.
India Chooses Israel Over US for Latest Defense Purchase
India Announces 54 New Outposts on Disputed Border
October 29, 2014
India Announces 54 New Outposts on Disputed Border
In addition to 54 new outposts in Arunachal Pradesh, India will add 12 battalions to the Indo-Tibetan Border Police.
India Announces 54 New Outposts on Disputed Border
Afghanistan and China Open a New Chapter
October 29, 2014
Afghanistan and China Open a New Chapter
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani is in China for his first trip abroad as president.
Afghanistan and China Open a New Chapter
The EU Should Rethink Its SAARC Approach
October 29, 2014
The EU Should Rethink Its SAARC Approach
After reaching out to ASEAN, the EU should improve its ties with the SAARC.
The EU Should Rethink Its SAARC Approach
China Slams US Radar Deployment in Japan
October 28, 2014
China Slams US Radar Deployment in Japan
Plus, China's subs go global, the IAF's poor serviceability rate, Pakistan's COAS visits the U.S. and more. Links.
China Slams US Radar Deployment in Japan
How Vietnam Woos China and India Simultaneously
October 28, 2014
How Vietnam Woos China and India Simultaneously
In managing relations with India and China, Vietnamese diplomacy has grown dynamic and creative.
How Vietnam Woos China and India Simultaneously
The Geopolitics of Nepal's Federal Structure
October 27, 2014
The Geopolitics of Nepal's Federal Structure
Powerful neighbors and ethnic concerns complicate the drafting of Nepal’s constitution.
The Geopolitics of Nepal's Federal Structure
China’s Emergency Relief to South Sudan
October 26, 2014
China’s Emergency Relief to South Sudan
Beijing has been quietly ramping up its aid to the war-torn country.
China’s Emergency Relief to South Sudan
Unearthing Arabia: The Archaeological Adventures of Wendell Phillips
October 25, 2014
Unearthing Arabia: The Archaeological Adventures of Wendell Phillips
The Diplomat's Akhilesh Pillalamarri reflects on Wendell Philips' career and the heritage of the ancient Middle-East.
Unearthing Arabia: The Archaeological Adventures of Wendell Phillips
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