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Pakistan Silences Its Critics
July 12, 2017
Pakistan Silences Its Critics
Criticizing the military, in print or social media, is increasingly dangerous in Pakistan.
Pakistan Silences Its Critics
Why Is Russia Aiming Missiles at China?
July 12, 2017
Why Is Russia Aiming Missiles at China?
The placement of Iskander-M Brigades in Russia’s Eastern Military District reflects continued uneasiness about China.
Why Is Russia Aiming Missiles at China?
India's Abortion Epidemic
July 11, 2017
India's Abortion Epidemic
Despite health risks, middle class women in India are increasingly resorting to unlicensed abortions.
India's Abortion Epidemic
Iran-Pakistan at the Crossroads?
July 09, 2017
Iran-Pakistan at the Crossroads?
A tradition of cooperation is giving way to a much more complicated relationship
Iran-Pakistan at the Crossroads?
Hindutva Terrorism in India
July 07, 2017
Hindutva Terrorism in India
Cow vigilantism is pre-meditated, politically motivated, and seeks to build fear in a community. That makes it terrorism.
Hindutva Terrorism in India
Alt-Reich: North Korea and the Far Right
July 06, 2017
Alt-Reich: North Korea and the Far Right
White nationalists, neo-Nazis, and others are turning to an unlikely ally in their bid to “make the West great again.”
Alt-Reich: North Korea and the Far Right
Russian Railpolitick and China’s Belt and Road
July 06, 2017
Russian Railpolitick and China’s Belt and Road
Russian economic policies and infighting with its neighbors impact China’s ambitions.
Russian Railpolitick and China’s Belt and Road
South Korea’s Brain Drain
July 06, 2017
South Korea’s Brain Drain
Why so many young South Koreans think of their country as "hell."
South Korea’s Brain Drain
China's Creeping Invasion of India
July 06, 2017
China's Creeping Invasion of India
India is scrambling to build infrastructure that will allow it to counter Chinese incursions along the LAC.
China's Creeping Invasion of India
A Year of Bangladesh's War on Terror
July 06, 2017
A Year of Bangladesh's War on Terror
A year after the Dhaka bakery bloodbath, counterterrorism remains deeply political.
A Year of Bangladesh's War on Terror
Qatar Crisis Spells Big Trouble for Asia
July 03, 2017
Qatar Crisis Spells Big Trouble for Asia
Asian countries depend on Qatar as a resource supplier and labor destination.
Qatar Crisis Spells Big Trouble for Asia
Duterte’s Year of Sound and Fury
June 30, 2017
Duterte’s Year of Sound and Fury
One year after his inauguration, how is the Philippine president faring?
Duterte’s Year of Sound and Fury
Postcard From Seongju’s Anti-THAAD Protest
June 29, 2017
Postcard From Seongju’s Anti-THAAD Protest
A year after being chosen to host THAAD, protests in Seongju show little sign of ending.
Postcard From Seongju’s Anti-THAAD Protest
Nepal's Trial-By-Election
June 28, 2017
Nepal's Trial-By-Election
The second phase of Nepal’s local elections tested both the new constitution and the country’s vision.
Nepal's Trial-By-Election
China's Vision for Hong Kong
June 28, 2017
China's Vision for Hong Kong
One Basic Law, two interpretations: the political framework behind Hong Kong's recent controversies.
China's Vision for Hong Kong
Summits, Roads and Suspended Disbelief in Central Asia
June 27, 2017
Summits, Roads and Suspended Disbelief in Central Asia
Can Beijing untie the Pamir Knot?
Summits, Roads and Suspended Disbelief in Central Asia
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