Is Pakistan at Risk for a Coup?
July 26, 2016
Is Pakistan at Risk for a Coup?
After a failed attempt in Turkey, Pakistan remains at risk for its own military coup.
Is Pakistan at Risk for a Coup?
Afghanistan’s Biggest Problem: Relations with Pakistan
July 26, 2016
Afghanistan’s Biggest Problem: Relations with Pakistan
The Af-Pak rapprochement is long dead as Ghani repeats call for Pakistan to deal with militant sanctuaries.
Afghanistan’s Biggest Problem: Relations with Pakistan
Companies Are Moving Away from Bangalore, India's Largest IT Hub
July 25, 2016
Companies Are Moving Away from Bangalore, India's Largest IT Hub
Why Bangalore is losing its shine for IT companies.
Companies Are Moving Away from Bangalore, India's Largest IT Hub
 ISIS Kills at Least 80 in Deadly Suicide Attack in Kabul
July 24, 2016
ISIS Kills at Least 80 in Deadly Suicide Attack in Kabul
Two suicide bombers struck a peaceful demonstration in Kabul today killing at least 80 and wounding over 230 people.
ISIS Kills at Least 80 in Deadly Suicide Attack in Kabul
Should Pakistan Put All Its Eggs in the China Basket?
July 22, 2016
Should Pakistan Put All Its Eggs in the China Basket?
How much is Pakistan really benefiting from its "all weather friendship" with China?
Should Pakistan Put All Its Eggs in the China Basket?
Dhaka Attack Part of a Larger Pattern of Terrorism in Bangladesh
July 22, 2016
Dhaka Attack Part of a Larger Pattern of Terrorism in Bangladesh
The attack on a cafe in Dhaka was not an aberration -- and that makes it all the more worrying.
Dhaka Attack Part of a Larger Pattern of Terrorism in Bangladesh
Will Afghanistan’s Lone Fighter Succeed?
July 21, 2016
Will Afghanistan’s Lone Fighter Succeed?
Can Afghan President Ashraf Ghani succeed in his ambitious vision for remaking the country?
Will Afghanistan’s Lone Fighter Succeed?
India’s New Education Policy: Creeping 'Saffronization'?
July 20, 2016
India’s New Education Policy: Creeping 'Saffronization'?
India's promised educational policy shifts have run into a range of setbacks.
India’s New Education Policy: Creeping 'Saffronization'?
India and the Downsides of the South China Sea Decision
July 20, 2016
India and the Downsides of the South China Sea Decision
For India, July's South China Sea ruling by an arbitral tribunal is a complicated matter.
India and the Downsides of the South China Sea Decision
NADI 2016: Connecting With India's Northeast
July 20, 2016
NADI 2016: Connecting With India's Northeast
Rivers and cultural links can tie India's northeast to the rest of the country and the region as a whole.
NADI 2016: Connecting With India's Northeast
Afghanistan’s Pakistan Problem
July 19, 2016
Afghanistan’s Pakistan Problem
The number of US troops in Afghanistan won't make a difference unless the root of the terrorist problem is addressed.
Afghanistan’s Pakistan Problem
Chaos in Kashmir: A Question of Identity
July 19, 2016
Chaos in Kashmir: A Question of Identity
The root cause of Kashmir's unending violence? Its people have no place in India's national identity.
Chaos in Kashmir: A Question of Identity
Politics and Geopolitics Collide in the Himalayas as Nepal PM Nears No Confidence Vote
July 19, 2016
Politics and Geopolitics Collide in the Himalayas as Nepal PM Nears No Confidence Vote
Shifting political alignments in Nepal have New Delhi and Beijing on edge.
Politics and Geopolitics Collide in the Himalayas as Nepal PM Nears No Confidence Vote
South China Sea Ruling: Can This be India’s Moment in the Indo-Pacific?
July 19, 2016
South China Sea Ruling: Can This be India’s Moment in the Indo-Pacific?
The South China Sea ruling against China presents an immense opportunity for India.
South China Sea Ruling: Can This be India’s Moment in the Indo-Pacific?
Modi’s Africa Visit: Toward Greater Cooperation in Maritime Security
July 18, 2016
Modi’s Africa Visit: Toward Greater Cooperation in Maritime Security
India can emerge as a maritime security leader with African states bordering the Indian Ocean.
Modi’s Africa Visit: Toward Greater Cooperation in Maritime Security
The Missing Half of Pakistan's Fight Against Terrorism
July 15, 2016
The Missing Half of Pakistan's Fight Against Terrorism
Tackling the nexus between organized crime and terrorism in Pakistan.
The Missing Half of Pakistan's Fight Against Terrorism
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