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Troubled Today, China's Xinjiang Has a Long History
July 30, 2015
Troubled Today, China's Xinjiang Has a Long History
China's western province of Xinjiang has a long and fascinating history.
Troubled Today, China's Xinjiang Has a Long History
Preempt, Push, and Protect: India’s Strategy after the Iran Deal
July 29, 2015
Preempt, Push, and Protect: India’s Strategy after the Iran Deal
With the nuclear deal done, New Delhi must anticipate certain risks to its regional approach and adapt accordingly.
Preempt, Push, and Protect: India’s Strategy after the Iran Deal
Beware China’s ‘Basing’ Strategy: Former US Navy Chief
July 29, 2015
Beware China’s ‘Basing’ Strategy: Former US Navy Chief
Admiral Gary Roughead issues a warning about Beijing’s growing network of 'places.'
Beware China’s ‘Basing’ Strategy: Former US Navy Chief
Terror in Punjab: What Happened?
July 29, 2015
Terror in Punjab: What Happened?
A recent terror attack in Punjab raises questions about the future of India-Pakistan relations.
Terror in Punjab: What Happened?
Central Asia’s Stake in Afghanistan’s War
July 29, 2015
Central Asia’s Stake in Afghanistan’s War
Afghan forces are fighting Central Asian extremists. Time for the region to get more involved.
Central Asia’s Stake in Afghanistan’s War
After Iran, North Korea Next?
July 28, 2015
After Iran, North Korea Next?
Could China lead the way in resuming talks with North Korea?
After Iran, North Korea Next?
A More 'Flexible' US Approach to North Korea?
July 28, 2015
A More 'Flexible' US Approach to North Korea?
The United States may be willing to negotiate with North Korea with fewer preconditions.
A More 'Flexible' US Approach to North Korea?
Russia Takes Turkmenistan To Court Over the Price of Gas
July 28, 2015
Russia Takes Turkmenistan To Court Over the Price of Gas
The gas spat between Gazprom and Turkmengaz continues.
Russia Takes Turkmenistan To Court Over the Price of Gas
After Modi's Visit, Is Central Asia Open for Indian Business?
July 28, 2015
After Modi's Visit, Is Central Asia Open for Indian Business?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Central Asia is an important moment for Indian business to increase its presence in the region.
After Modi's Visit, Is Central Asia Open for Indian Business?
Will the Iran Deal Help the Iran-Pakistan Pipeline Project?
July 28, 2015
Will the Iran Deal Help the Iran-Pakistan Pipeline Project?
Iranian sanctions relief could mean the completion of the Iran-Pakistan pipeline project is more likely.
Will the Iran Deal Help the Iran-Pakistan Pipeline Project?
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
July 24, 2015
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
There are good reasons why Britain doesn't owe India reparations.
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
What History Tells Us About the Iran Deal and Regional Order
July 23, 2015
What History Tells Us About the Iran Deal and Regional Order
The early 1970s offers some interesting parallels.
What History Tells Us About the Iran Deal and Regional Order
What Did China Bring to the Iran Talks?
July 23, 2015
What Did China Bring to the Iran Talks?
How China, as one of the seven main negotiating parties, approached the Iran talks.
What Did China Bring to the Iran Talks?
The AIIB and the Geo-Economics of Connectivity
July 21, 2015
The AIIB and the Geo-Economics of Connectivity
The new bank offers a chance for India to pursue its own plans for regional connectivity.
The AIIB and the Geo-Economics of Connectivity
Art and Politics Collide in India
July 20, 2015
Art and Politics Collide in India
The Diplomat's Sanjay Kumar speaks with Resul Pookutty about the intersection of art and politics in India.
Art and Politics Collide in India
Modi’s Worrying Pakistan Policy
July 18, 2015
Modi’s Worrying Pakistan Policy
A lack of coherence allied with tough talk could prove self-defeating.
Modi’s Worrying Pakistan Policy
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