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Putting Karachi on the Map
September 01, 2014
Putting Karachi on the Map
A Pakistani photographer offers a different, more personal take on her city.
Putting Karachi on the Map
Leadership Needed to Solve India-Pakistan Conflict
August 29, 2014
Leadership Needed to Solve India-Pakistan Conflict
As past efforts have shown, Modi and Sharif must get personally involved to resolve the long-running dispute.
Leadership Needed to Solve India-Pakistan Conflict
In Pakistan, US & India More Popular Than Extremist Groups
August 29, 2014
In Pakistan, US & India More Popular Than Extremist Groups
Pakistanis have a more favorable view of India and the U.S. than of either the Taliban or al-Qaeda.
In Pakistan, US & India More Popular Than Extremist Groups
Afghanistan and Pakistan Crises Throw US Planning Into Flux
August 29, 2014
Afghanistan and Pakistan Crises Throw US Planning Into Flux
U.S. foreign policy will need to react flexibly and creatively to possible outcomes in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Afghanistan and Pakistan Crises Throw US Planning Into Flux
Despite Protests, Pakistan’s Sharif Remains Popular
August 28, 2014
Despite Protests, Pakistan’s Sharif Remains Popular
Amid ongoing protests, 64 percent of Pakistanis have a favorable view of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Despite Protests, Pakistan’s Sharif Remains Popular
Russia and the SCO Military Exercises
August 28, 2014
Russia and the SCO Military Exercises
Russia may be putting aside its reluctance to accept the Shanghai Cooperation Organization’s growing clout in Central Asia.
Russia and the SCO Military Exercises
Modi’s Course Correction on Pakistan: Lessons from China’s Tibet Policy
August 27, 2014
Modi’s Course Correction on Pakistan: Lessons from China’s Tibet Policy
Separating Kashmir from Pakistani relations could help solve India’s sovereignty problem.
Modi’s Course Correction on Pakistan: Lessons from China’s Tibet Policy
Why Militant Groups Succeed
August 27, 2014
Why Militant Groups Succeed
The success of IS and other militant and rebel groups can be explained by an Arab historian.
Why Militant Groups Succeed
Ban Ki-moon Calls for India and Pakistan to Manage Tensions 'Peacefully'
August 27, 2014
Ban Ki-moon Calls for India and Pakistan to Manage Tensions 'Peacefully'
Relations between India and Pakistan have taken a sharp turn for the worse.
Ban Ki-moon Calls for India and Pakistan to Manage Tensions 'Peacefully'
Pakistan: A Revolution in the Arts?
August 26, 2014
Pakistan: A Revolution in the Arts?
Shoaib Iqbal is working with Pakistani schools to encourage the use of the arts in children’s education.
Pakistan: A Revolution in the Arts?
China Discovers Cross-Border Tunnels Leading to Xinjiang, North Korea
August 26, 2014
China Discovers Cross-Border Tunnels Leading to Xinjiang, North Korea
Images from a Chinese satellite show cross-border tunnels in sensitive regions.
China Discovers Cross-Border Tunnels Leading to Xinjiang, North Korea
The Pakistan Protests
August 25, 2014
The Pakistan Protests
Discussing the recent protests in Pakistan and their implications.
The Pakistan Protests
Bacha Bazi: The Tragedy of Afghanistan’s Dancing Boys
August 23, 2014
Bacha Bazi: The Tragedy of Afghanistan’s Dancing Boys
An old tradition has experienced a disturbing revival in post-Taliban Afghanistan.
Bacha Bazi: The Tragedy of Afghanistan’s Dancing Boys
The Geopolitical Implications of Pakistan's Political Crisis
August 23, 2014
The Geopolitical Implications of Pakistan's Political Crisis
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck discuss Pakistan's political crisis.
The Geopolitical Implications of Pakistan's Political Crisis
Raghuram Rajan: Why Does India 'Tolerate the Venal Politician?'
August 22, 2014
Raghuram Rajan: Why Does India 'Tolerate the Venal Politician?'
Also, the Taliban ramps up its attacks, Sushma Swaraj talks Hindu identity and more. Friday links.
Raghuram Rajan: Why Does India 'Tolerate the Venal Politician?'
A Tale of Two Chinese Muslim Minorities
August 22, 2014
A Tale of Two Chinese Muslim Minorities
There is a chasm between the conditions experienced by the Hui and Uyghur peoples in China.
A Tale of Two Chinese Muslim Minorities
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