‘India’s Daughter’ Stirs Controversy
March 06, 2015
‘India’s Daughter’ Stirs Controversy
India has opted to ban a BBC produced documentary that covers a 2012 gang rape in Delhi. The film has caused a furor among conservatives and women’s rights advocates.
‘India’s Daughter’ Stirs Controversy
How to Approach Religion in the 21st Century: Lessons from India’s Traditions
March 06, 2015
How to Approach Religion in the 21st Century: Lessons from India’s Traditions
India's religious traditions bear incredible relevance for contemporary approaches to religion and religious diversity.
How to Approach Religion in the 21st Century: Lessons from India’s Traditions
Afghans Yearn for New Icons
March 05, 2015
Afghans Yearn for New Icons
Afghanistan's youth turn to the national cricket team for a new source of inspiration.
Afghans Yearn for New Icons
India's 2015 Budget: Neither 'Big Bang' Nor Bust
March 03, 2015
India's 2015 Budget: Neither 'Big Bang' Nor Bust
While falling short of expectations, India's 2015 budget charts a gradualist path to reform.
India's 2015 Budget: Neither 'Big Bang' Nor Bust
Pakistan's Terrorism Accusations Against India: Bizarre But Calculated
March 03, 2015
Pakistan's Terrorism Accusations Against India: Bizarre But Calculated
Amid a declining domestic situation, senior Pakistani officials see it fit to blame India -- an unproductive endeavor.
Pakistan's Terrorism Accusations Against India: Bizarre But Calculated
Blasphemy and the Case of Mumtaz Qadri
March 02, 2015
Blasphemy and the Case of Mumtaz Qadri
Can Pakistan’s judiciary take a stand against religious extremism?
Blasphemy and the Case of Mumtaz Qadri
Blogger Avijit Roy’s Killing Shows Bangladesh’s Culture of Violence
March 01, 2015
Blogger Avijit Roy’s Killing Shows Bangladesh’s Culture of Violence
More than 100 have been killed in political violence in recent weeks.
Blogger Avijit Roy’s Killing Shows Bangladesh’s Culture of Violence
Afghanistan's Women Strive for Political Influence
February 28, 2015
Afghanistan's Women Strive for Political Influence
All three of President’s Ashraf Ghani’s female cabinet picks have been rejected by parliament.
Afghanistan's Women Strive for Political Influence
Understanding Pakistan’s Civil-Military Divide
February 28, 2015
Understanding Pakistan’s Civil-Military Divide
To understand Operation Zarb-e-Azb, remember Pakistan's long history of competition between various state institutions.
Understanding Pakistan’s Civil-Military Divide
Modi Should Change the Narrative Immediately
February 28, 2015
Modi Should Change the Narrative Immediately
India's annual budget presentation tomorrow will have a lasting impact on the future of the Modi government.
Modi Should Change the Narrative Immediately
The Inaccuracies of South Asian Maps
February 28, 2015
The Inaccuracies of South Asian Maps
South Asia lacks standardized and accurate maps.
The Inaccuracies of South Asian Maps
TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia
February 27, 2015
TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia
Developments in a major pipeline project risk marginalizing India in Central Asia.
TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia
Is Bangladesh’s Crisis About to Get Much Worse?
February 27, 2015
Is Bangladesh’s Crisis About to Get Much Worse?
There seems to be no obvious exit scenario from the current turmoil.
Is Bangladesh’s Crisis About to Get Much Worse?
Afghanistan: The Ball Is in Pakistan’s Court
February 27, 2015
Afghanistan: The Ball Is in Pakistan’s Court
Afghanistan has made an unprecedented series of goodwill actions. Pakistan must now respond.
Afghanistan: The Ball Is in Pakistan’s Court
Will Bangladesh’s Democracy Fall Apart?
February 27, 2015
Will Bangladesh’s Democracy Fall Apart?
Former Prime Minister and opposition leader Khaleda Zia has a warrant out for her arrest.
Will Bangladesh’s Democracy Fall Apart?
India’s Myanmar Policy
February 26, 2015
India’s Myanmar Policy
In its relations with its neighbor, New Delhi needs to consider more than just economics.
India’s Myanmar Policy
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