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Sri Lanka’s Troubling Quest for Justice
January 13, 2017
Sri Lanka’s Troubling Quest for Justice
Colombo should reconsider its position on wartime accountability.
Sri Lanka’s Troubling Quest for Justice
Is the Indian Supreme Court's Order to Ban Political Campaigns Based Around Identity Tenable?
January 13, 2017
Is the Indian Supreme Court's Order to Ban Political Campaigns Based Around Identity Tenable?
A recent verdict by the Indian Supreme Court raises questions about electoral politics in the country.
Is the Indian Supreme Court's Order to Ban Political Campaigns Based Around Identity Tenable?
India-UAE Ties: Moving Beyond Oil
January 13, 2017
India-UAE Ties: Moving Beyond Oil
India and UAE have complementary economic goals.
India-UAE Ties: Moving Beyond Oil
What Trump Needs to Know About Afghanistan
January 12, 2017
What Trump Needs to Know About Afghanistan
SIGAR sums up the challenge in Afghanistan well. Hopefully someone in the new administration pays attention.
What Trump Needs to Know About Afghanistan
Pakistan's Missing Human Rights Activists
January 12, 2017
Pakistan's Missing Human Rights Activists
Five activists have disappeared in recent weeks, including poet Salman Haider.
Pakistan's Missing Human Rights Activists
Pakistan, Neutrality, and Saudi Arabia's Islamic Military Alliance
January 11, 2017
Pakistan, Neutrality, and Saudi Arabia's Islamic Military Alliance
General Raheel Sharif's appointment to lead the Saudi-led alliance presents challenges for Pakistani foreign policy.
Pakistan, Neutrality, and Saudi Arabia's Islamic Military Alliance
Taliban Target Afghan Parliament in Suicide Bombing
January 11, 2017
Taliban Target Afghan Parliament in Suicide Bombing
The rush-hour attack along Darulaman road included two blasts and early numbers indicate 30 killed, 80 injured.
Taliban Target Afghan Parliament in Suicide Bombing
Time to Stop Meddling in Afghanistan
January 10, 2017
Time to Stop Meddling in Afghanistan
External powers need to involve Afghanistan in discussions, rather than interfering in the country's affairs from afar.
Time to Stop Meddling in Afghanistan
Review: <em>International Affairs</em> on India's Rise and Foreign Policy
January 10, 2017
Review: International Affairs on India's Rise and Foreign Policy
A new issue of International Affairs focuses on India's rise and Modi's role in that rise.
Review: International Affairs on India's Rise and Foreign Policy
Why Women in India Still Feel Unsafe
January 10, 2017
Why Women in India Still Feel Unsafe
Four years after a horrific attack in Delhi sparked outrage, India has made little progress on sexual assault.
Why Women in India Still Feel Unsafe
Pakistan's Ex-Army Chief to Head Saudi-Led Islamic Military Alliance
January 09, 2017
Pakistan's Ex-Army Chief to Head Saudi-Led Islamic Military Alliance
Less than two months after his retirement, Raheel Sharif is poised to lead a global coalition against terror.
Pakistan's Ex-Army Chief to Head Saudi-Led Islamic Military Alliance
The Story Behind China's Long-Stalled Mine in Afghanistan
January 07, 2017
The Story Behind China's Long-Stalled Mine in Afghanistan
Nine years after Chinese companies took control of Mes Aynak, copper extraction has yet to start.
The Story Behind China's Long-Stalled Mine in Afghanistan
China’s Trouble With Pakistan’s Turbulent Democracy
January 07, 2017
China’s Trouble With Pakistan’s Turbulent Democracy
The real stumbling block to CPEC? The differences in political systems between China and Pakistan.
China’s Trouble With Pakistan’s Turbulent Democracy
Declassified: How India Tracked Pakistan’s Development of a Nuclear Device
January 06, 2017
Declassified: How India Tracked Pakistan’s Development of a Nuclear Device
Newly declassified documents reveal how New Delhi tracked Islamabad’s pursuit of a nuclear device.
Declassified: How India Tracked Pakistan’s Development of a Nuclear Device
What Demonetization Means for Indian States
January 06, 2017
What Demonetization Means for Indian States
The controversial policy has sparked both criticism and a competition to lead the new, digital economy.
What Demonetization Means for Indian States
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