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Afghanistan’s Mujahideen and a Fragile Peace
March 04, 2015
Afghanistan’s Mujahideen and a Fragile Peace
The continuing role of mujahideen leaders in Afghan politics puts the country’s future at risk.
Afghanistan’s Mujahideen and a Fragile Peace
India's Defense Spending Is Adequate
March 04, 2015
India's Defense Spending Is Adequate
India's spending what it needs to on defense given the threats it perceives.
India's Defense Spending Is Adequate
Singapore and the Worldview of Lee Kuan Yew
March 04, 2015
Singapore and the Worldview of Lee Kuan Yew
The thinking of its former prime minister has profoundly shaped Singapore’s foreign policy.
Singapore and the Worldview of Lee Kuan Yew
Is India's Defense Budget Adequate?
March 03, 2015
Is India's Defense Budget Adequate?
New Delhi's defense spending will rise modestly in the new fiscal year.
Is India's Defense Budget Adequate?
Pakistan's Terrorism Accusations Against India: Bizarre But Calculated
March 03, 2015
Pakistan's Terrorism Accusations Against India: Bizarre But Calculated
Amid a declining domestic situation, senior Pakistani officials see it fit to blame India -- an unproductive endeavor.
Pakistan's Terrorism Accusations Against India: Bizarre But Calculated
Blasphemy and the Case of Mumtaz Qadri
March 02, 2015
Blasphemy and the Case of Mumtaz Qadri
Can Pakistan’s judiciary take a stand against religious extremism?
Blasphemy and the Case of Mumtaz Qadri
Asia and the 2015 NPT Review Conference
March 02, 2015
Asia and the 2015 NPT Review Conference
Can the Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty Review Conference help prevent future crises from escalating?
Asia and the 2015 NPT Review Conference
Blogger Avijit Roy’s Killing Shows Bangladesh’s Culture of Violence
March 01, 2015
Blogger Avijit Roy’s Killing Shows Bangladesh’s Culture of Violence
More than 100 have been killed in political violence in recent weeks.
Blogger Avijit Roy’s Killing Shows Bangladesh’s Culture of Violence
Understanding Pakistan’s Civil-Military Divide
February 28, 2015
Understanding Pakistan’s Civil-Military Divide
To understand Operation Zarb-e-Azb, remember Pakistan's long history of competition between various state institutions.
Understanding Pakistan’s Civil-Military Divide
The Inaccuracies of South Asian Maps
February 28, 2015
The Inaccuracies of South Asian Maps
South Asia lacks standardized and accurate maps.
The Inaccuracies of South Asian Maps
TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia
February 27, 2015
TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia
Developments in a major pipeline project risk marginalizing India in Central Asia.
TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia
Japan and the ‘Counter-Pivot’
February 27, 2015
Japan and the ‘Counter-Pivot’
With the U.S. increasingly engaged elsewhere, should Japan do more for regional security itself?
Japan and the ‘Counter-Pivot’
Afghanistan: The Ball Is in Pakistan’s Court
February 27, 2015
Afghanistan: The Ball Is in Pakistan’s Court
Afghanistan has made an unprecedented series of goodwill actions. Pakistan must now respond.
Afghanistan: The Ball Is in Pakistan’s Court
U.S.-Pakistan Relations: Seeing Other People
February 27, 2015
U.S.-Pakistan Relations: Seeing Other People
The bilateral relationship matters less now, and that may not be such a bad thing.
U.S.-Pakistan Relations: Seeing Other People
Will Bangladesh’s Democracy Fall Apart?
February 27, 2015
Will Bangladesh’s Democracy Fall Apart?
Former Prime Minister and opposition leader Khaleda Zia has a warrant out for her arrest.
Will Bangladesh’s Democracy Fall Apart?
What’s It Like to Have China Build You a Port? Ask Cameroon.
February 27, 2015
What’s It Like to Have China Build You a Port? Ask Cameroon.
A Chinese-built port in Cameroon provides an interesting case study with implications for the Maritime Silk Road.
What’s It Like to Have China Build You a Port? Ask Cameroon.
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