Afghanistan Presidential Candidate: No 'Two-Headed' Government
September 12, 2014
Afghanistan Presidential Candidate: No 'Two-Headed' Government
Afghan presidential candidate Ashraf Ghani does not want a "two-headed government."
Afghanistan Presidential Candidate: No 'Two-Headed' Government
Pakistani Director Tackles Child Abuse in Pakistan
September 12, 2014
Pakistani Director Tackles Child Abuse in Pakistan
A new documentary explores a particularly tragic topic.
Pakistani Director Tackles Child Abuse in Pakistan
Pakistan's Looming Demographic Crisis
September 12, 2014
Pakistan's Looming Demographic Crisis
Forget electoral crises and terrorism — Pakistan's dangerous demographics might be its biggest threat.
Pakistan's Looming Demographic Crisis
It’s Time for India to Redeem Itself in Jammu and Kashmir
September 12, 2014
It’s Time for India to Redeem Itself in Jammu and Kashmir
Indian support for the Kashmiri people after devastating floods should not be politicized.
It’s Time for India to Redeem Itself in Jammu and Kashmir
China, India Set High Bar for Xi Jinping's Visit
September 11, 2014
China, India Set High Bar for Xi Jinping's Visit
Despite lingering disagreements, both Chinese and Indian officials are optimistic about Xi's trip to India next week.
China, India Set High Bar for Xi Jinping's Visit
Abdullah Declares Victory in Afghanistan’s Presidential Elections
September 10, 2014
Abdullah Declares Victory in Afghanistan’s Presidential Elections
Presidential candidate Abdullah Abdullah declares victory prematurely, throwing Afghanistan into crisis.
Abdullah Declares Victory in Afghanistan’s Presidential Elections
New Delhi Will Recognize 'One China' When Beijing Recognizes 'One India'
September 09, 2014
New Delhi Will Recognize 'One China' When Beijing Recognizes 'One India'
New Delhi wants concessions from Beijing before it will once again publicly support the "One China" principle.
New Delhi Will Recognize 'One China' When Beijing Recognizes 'One India'
The State of Terrorism in Pakistan
September 08, 2014
The State of Terrorism in Pakistan
Operation Zarb-e-Azb accelerated TTP fracturing, but must face radicalization from forces like the Islamic State.
The State of Terrorism in Pakistan
Japan’s Infra Bet on India Shows U.S. Constraints
September 06, 2014
Japan’s Infra Bet on India Shows U.S. Constraints
The US should take note of what Japan (and China) are offering India to further relations.
Japan’s Infra Bet on India Shows U.S. Constraints
Pakistan: Where Dissent Is Abused to Undermine Democracy
September 06, 2014
Pakistan: Where Dissent Is Abused to Undermine Democracy
The military plays games with Pakistan’s political institutions again.
Pakistan: Where Dissent Is Abused to Undermine Democracy
Xi Jinping Postpones Pakistan Visit, Will Still Visit India
September 06, 2014
Xi Jinping Postpones Pakistan Visit, Will Still Visit India
Plus, Afghanistan finishes its vote audit, Abbott speaks to Modi, and more. Friday links.
Xi Jinping Postpones Pakistan Visit, Will Still Visit India
How Narendra Modi Thinks About Japan
September 05, 2014
How Narendra Modi Thinks About Japan
Modi’s admiration of Japan stems from viewing Japan as a model, more than just as a strategic partner.
How Narendra Modi Thinks About Japan
NATO on Afghanistan: No Post-2014 Troop Numbers Plans Without Security Agreement
September 05, 2014
NATO on Afghanistan: No Post-2014 Troop Numbers Plans Without Security Agreement
NATO has no basis for keeping troops in Afghanistan beyond this year without a completed Status of Forces Agreement.
NATO on Afghanistan: No Post-2014 Troop Numbers Plans Without Security Agreement
Al Qaeda Opens Wing in South Asia
September 05, 2014
Al Qaeda Opens Wing in South Asia
Al Qaeda released a video declaring that it was starting a branch in the Indian subcontinent.
Al Qaeda Opens Wing in South Asia
800 Years Later, an Ancient University Reopens in India
September 04, 2014
800 Years Later, an Ancient University Reopens in India
India's Nalanda University opens again after 800 years.
800 Years Later, an Ancient University Reopens in India
Will the Islamic State Gain Influence in South Asia?
September 04, 2014
Will the Islamic State Gain Influence in South Asia?
The Islamic State will have a hard time gaining a foothold in South Asia.
Will the Islamic State Gain Influence in South Asia?
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