Why the US Spent More on Afghanistan Than on the Marshall Plan
August 02, 2014
Why the US Spent More on Afghanistan Than on the Marshall Plan
There are several reasons the U.S. has spent as much as it has in Afghanistan, to so little avail.
Why the US Spent More on Afghanistan Than on the Marshall Plan
India’s Congress Party Hurt by Recent Memoir
August 02, 2014
India’s Congress Party Hurt by Recent Memoir
A recent memoir by a former Gandhi-family loyalist further tarnishes Rahul Gandhi’s image.
India’s Congress Party Hurt by Recent Memoir
Narendra Modi to Visit Nepal
August 01, 2014
Narendra Modi to Visit Nepal
Modi will become the first Indian Prime Minister to visit Nepal in 17 years.
Narendra Modi to Visit Nepal
Father-Son Duo on Charity Mission Lost at Sea
July 31, 2014
Father-Son Duo on Charity Mission Lost at Sea
Babar and Haris Suleman were lost in a plane crash in the Pacific, while raising money for a Pakistan non-profit.
Father-Son Duo on Charity Mission Lost at Sea
Why Has India’s Prime Minister Gone Silent?
July 31, 2014
Why Has India’s Prime Minister Gone Silent?
Modi’s silence on recent communal tensions can be misconstrued as encouragement.
Why Has India’s Prime Minister Gone Silent?
US-India Strategic Dialogue: All About Building Momentum
July 30, 2014
US-India Strategic Dialogue: All About Building Momentum
John Kerry, flanked by several high-level U.S. officials, will be in New Delhi this week.
US-India Strategic Dialogue: All About Building Momentum
US Unable to Account for $626 Million Worth of Weapons in Afghanistan
July 30, 2014
US Unable to Account for $626 Million Worth of Weapons in Afghanistan
The U.S. Department of Defense cannot account for 747,000 weapons and auxiliary military equipment in Afghanistan.
US Unable to Account for $626 Million Worth of Weapons in Afghanistan
Geography and Indian Strategy
July 30, 2014
Geography and Indian Strategy
India can take advantage of its location to become a major player in Asia.
Geography and Indian Strategy
The Rickshaw Project: Empowering Disabled Pakistanis
July 27, 2014
The Rickshaw Project: Empowering Disabled Pakistanis
A new initiative is giving Pakistanis with disabilities a chance to integrate into society.
The Rickshaw Project: Empowering Disabled Pakistanis
India and Russia Reinforce Ties
July 25, 2014
India and Russia Reinforce Ties
Can Russia serve as the bridge between China and India?
India and Russia Reinforce Ties
Is India's Hindu Right Getting More Assertive?
July 25, 2014
Is India's Hindu Right Getting More Assertive?
Members of a right wing Hindu party force a Muslim to eat during Ramadan.
Is India's Hindu Right Getting More Assertive?
India, Japan, and the US Hold Joint Naval Exercises
July 25, 2014
India, Japan, and the US Hold Joint Naval Exercises
India and Japan inch closer to greater maritime security cooperation.
India, Japan, and the US Hold Joint Naval Exercises
Pakistan Decreases its UN Peacekeeping Contributions
July 24, 2014
Pakistan Decreases its UN Peacekeeping Contributions
Plus, Afghanistan's national unity government, the BJP gets strict with its members and more. Mid-week links.
Pakistan Decreases its UN Peacekeeping Contributions
Nuclear Testing and the South Asia Arms Race
July 23, 2014
Nuclear Testing and the South Asia Arms Race
India has the ability to reduce nuclear tension in South Asia within the current treaty framework.
Nuclear Testing and the South Asia Arms Race
China, India Diverge on Iran Oil Imports
July 23, 2014
China, India Diverge on Iran Oil Imports
China is increasing its Iranian oil imports. India, meanwhile, is looking elsewhere.
China, India Diverge on Iran Oil Imports
Controversy as Indian Journalist Meets 26/11 Mastermind
July 23, 2014
Controversy as Indian Journalist Meets 26/11 Mastermind
Ved Pratap Vaidik’s meeting with Hafiz Saeed generates more controversy than it should have.
Controversy as Indian Journalist Meets 26/11 Mastermind
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