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The Return of Pakistan’s Premier Theater Group
December 21, 2014
The Return of Pakistan’s Premier Theater Group
Twice targeted by terrorists, the Rafi Peer Theater Workshop is nonetheless making a comeback.
The Return of Pakistan’s Premier Theater Group
Pakistan, Terrorism, and the Peshawar Attack
December 20, 2014
Pakistan, Terrorism, and the Peshawar Attack
Dr. Christine Fair talks with The Diplomat about the Peshawar attack and Islamabad’s response.
Pakistan, Terrorism, and the Peshawar Attack
Central Asia’s Hydropower Spat
December 19, 2014
Central Asia’s Hydropower Spat
Uzbekistan’s repeated attempts to block Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan from building hydropower plants are futile.
Central Asia’s Hydropower Spat
2008 Mumbai Terror Attack Mastermind Granted Bail in Pakistan
December 19, 2014
2008 Mumbai Terror Attack Mastermind Granted Bail in Pakistan
Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi, the man who planned and financed the November 2008 terror attacks in Mumbai, was granted bail.
2008 Mumbai Terror Attack Mastermind Granted Bail in Pakistan
Pakistan Reinstates the Death Penalty
December 19, 2014
Pakistan Reinstates the Death Penalty
Following the brutal massacre of children in Peshawar, Pakistan reinstated the death penalty.
Pakistan Reinstates the Death Penalty
China and India: Nationalism and Nuclear Risk
December 18, 2014
China and India: Nationalism and Nuclear Risk
When considering nuclear escalation between China and India, don’t forget the effects of nationalism.
China and India: Nationalism and Nuclear Risk
Massacre in Pakistan
December 18, 2014
Massacre in Pakistan
No more “good” and “bad” Taliban as Pakistan responds to a horrific slaughter at a Peshawar school.
Massacre in Pakistan
India's Indigenous SSBN Begins Sea Trials
December 18, 2014
India's Indigenous SSBN Begins Sea Trials
India's INS Arihant began its sea trials after over a year of delays.
India's Indigenous SSBN Begins Sea Trials
After Peshawar School Attack, China Pledges Deeper Anti-Terror Co-op With Pakistan
December 18, 2014
After Peshawar School Attack, China Pledges Deeper Anti-Terror Co-op With Pakistan
Now is the time for China and Pakistan to step up joints efforts to eliminate terrorist strongholds in the region.
After Peshawar School Attack, China Pledges Deeper Anti-Terror Co-op With Pakistan
Can China’s Gwadar Port Dream Survive Local Ire?
December 17, 2014
Can China’s Gwadar Port Dream Survive Local Ire?
China wants the Gwadar port, but impoverished locals have no interest in foreign meddling.
Can China’s Gwadar Port Dream Survive Local Ire?
Peshawar School Tragedy: Unconscionable Brutality
December 17, 2014
Peshawar School Tragedy: Unconscionable Brutality
The Pakistani Taliban carried out their most brutal attack against a civilian target in years.
Peshawar School Tragedy: Unconscionable Brutality
Ashton Carter Knows India Well
December 16, 2014
Ashton Carter Knows India Well
Carter’s nomination bodes well for India-U.S. relations, but India will need to be proactive.
Ashton Carter Knows India Well
Can Kabul Handle its Growing Pains?
December 16, 2014
Can Kabul Handle its Growing Pains?
Plus, Taliban surges attacks, Imran Khan takes his protests to Lahore, and India bans Xiaomi. South Asia links.
Can Kabul Handle its Growing Pains?
Narendra Modi’s Northeast India Outreach
December 14, 2014
Narendra Modi’s Northeast India Outreach
In a rare visit by an Indian PM, Modi begins navigating a complex region.
Narendra Modi’s Northeast India Outreach
India and Bangladesh Poised to Resolve Border Dispute
December 13, 2014
India and Bangladesh Poised to Resolve Border Dispute
India's PM Narendra Modi has given his support to a 2011 agreement, which could have significant implications for the region.
India and Bangladesh Poised to Resolve Border Dispute
Pakistan Captures Leader of Al Qaeda's South Asia Wing
December 13, 2014
Pakistan Captures Leader of Al Qaeda's South Asia Wing
Shahid Usman, a wealthy car-parts dealership owner from Karachi, has been arrested for alleged involvement with Al Qaeda.
Pakistan Captures Leader of Al Qaeda's South Asia Wing
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