Why Pakistan Is Footing the Bill for Afghan Army Training
April 01, 2015
Why Pakistan Is Footing the Bill for Afghan Army Training
Afghanistan has sent six cadets to undergo training in Abbottabad. What does it mean for relations with Pakistan?
Why Pakistan Is Footing the Bill for Afghan Army Training
How Will Pakistan Respond to the Crisis in Yemen?
March 30, 2015
How Will Pakistan Respond to the Crisis in Yemen?
As Arab states head to war in Yemen, Pakistan weighs its options.
How Will Pakistan Respond to the Crisis in Yemen?
How Ashraf Ghani's Government Will Address Afghanistan's Endemic Problems
March 30, 2015
How Ashraf Ghani's Government Will Address Afghanistan's Endemic Problems
Speaking in New York City, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani outlined his government's approach to Afghanistan's varied problems.
How Ashraf Ghani's Government Will Address Afghanistan's Endemic Problems
Winston Churchill in India
March 29, 2015
Winston Churchill in India
The great statesman’s literary career was shaped by fighting in some familiar territory.
Winston Churchill in India
Shocking Conditions for Balochistan’s Women
March 29, 2015
Shocking Conditions for Balochistan’s Women
Honor killings, acid attacks, maternal mortality, and illiteracy – life for women in Pakistan’s largest province is grim.
Shocking Conditions for Balochistan’s Women
Afghans in America: Takeaways from Ghani and Abdullah's US Visit
March 27, 2015
Afghans in America: Takeaways from Ghani and Abdullah's US Visit
Can Afghanistan's problem be solved by a shift to a parliamentary system of government?
Afghans in America: Takeaways from Ghani and Abdullah's US Visit
Chinese Operations in Balochistan Again Targeted by Militants
March 27, 2015
Chinese Operations in Balochistan Again Targeted by Militants
A fleet of oil tankers is attacked, as local tensions flare over major development projects.
Chinese Operations in Balochistan Again Targeted by Militants
China and India: Competing for Influence in Afghanistan
March 27, 2015
China and India: Competing for Influence in Afghanistan
The two countries may well tussle for influence in postwar Afghanistan, but will also need to work together.
China and India: Competing for Influence in Afghanistan
Lee Kuan Yew Believed in India
March 26, 2015
Lee Kuan Yew Believed in India
Lee Kuan Yew was both an admirer and critic of India.
Lee Kuan Yew Believed in India
Meet Pakistan's Newest Political Odd Couple
March 26, 2015
Meet Pakistan's Newest Political Odd Couple
Pakistan’s MQM and PPP are now partners in Sindh province.
Meet Pakistan's Newest Political Odd Couple
Is the US War in Afghanistan Actually Over?
March 25, 2015
Is the US War in Afghanistan Actually Over?
The Obama Administration plans to keep bases in Kandahar and Jalalabad open through 2015 and beyond.
Is the US War in Afghanistan Actually Over?
India and Pakistan: Between 'Disgust' and Dialogue
March 25, 2015
India and Pakistan: Between 'Disgust' and Dialogue
Delhi has channeled renewed energy into reviving its relationship with Islamabad. Is it worth the hassle?
India and Pakistan: Between 'Disgust' and Dialogue
Democracy Loses in Maldives as Former President Jailed
March 24, 2015
Democracy Loses in Maldives as Former President Jailed
The country’s first democratically elected president faces a long prison term after a particularly dubious conviction.
Democracy Loses in Maldives as Former President Jailed
Afghan President Begins US Visit
March 23, 2015
Afghan President Begins US Visit
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Chief Executive Abdullah Abdullah began a five-day U.S. visit on Sunday.
Afghan President Begins US Visit
The Lost Civilizations of Asia
March 19, 2015
The Lost Civilizations of Asia
Asian states need to pay more attention to protecting their invaluable cultural heritage.
The Lost Civilizations of Asia
Is Bhutan’s Media Freedom Really Slipping?
March 19, 2015
Is Bhutan’s Media Freedom Really Slipping?
The country may have fallen in the rankings, but is freedom of information really on the decline?
Is Bhutan’s Media Freedom Really Slipping?
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