Violence in Afghanistan Delays Ghani on Trip to India
April 28, 2015
Violence in Afghanistan Delays Ghani on Trip to India
Attacks in Kunduz Province delayed the Afghan president’s departure for New Delhi.
Violence in Afghanistan Delays Ghani on Trip to India
2 Years Later, Bangladesh's Rana Plaza Debacle Continues to Resonate Globally
April 27, 2015
2 Years Later, Bangladesh's Rana Plaza Debacle Continues to Resonate Globally
The tragic Rana Plaza collapse in 2013 continues to affect how the world thinks about labor standards and worker safety.
2 Years Later, Bangladesh's Rana Plaza Debacle Continues to Resonate Globally
In Nepal Earthquake's Aftermath, India and China Respond
April 27, 2015
In Nepal Earthquake's Aftermath, India and China Respond
Both India and China have reacted swiftly to Nepal's calls for assistance after an 8.1 magnitude earthquake on Saturday.
In Nepal Earthquake's Aftermath, India and China Respond
Nepal Quake: Governance Matters
April 26, 2015
Nepal Quake: Governance Matters
"A major part of Nepal’s vulnerability to earthquake disaster lies in poor infrastructure governance."
Nepal Quake: Governance Matters
Nepal Hit By Powerful 7.8 Magnitude Earthquake, Death Toll Approaches 900
April 25, 2015
Nepal Hit By Powerful 7.8 Magnitude Earthquake, Death Toll Approaches 900
On Saturday, a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit Nepal, doing considerable damage and claiming hundreds of lives.
Nepal Hit By Powerful 7.8 Magnitude Earthquake, Death Toll Approaches 900
Prominent Pakistani Social Activist Shot Dead in Karachi
April 25, 2015
Prominent Pakistani Social Activist Shot Dead in Karachi
Sabeen Mahmud, a Pakistani social activist, was shot dead by unidentified attackers on April 24, 2015.
Prominent Pakistani Social Activist Shot Dead in Karachi
India Bans Al Jazeera for Broadcasting 'Wrong' Maps of Kashmir
April 25, 2015
India Bans Al Jazeera for Broadcasting 'Wrong' Maps of Kashmir
The Qatari news agency received a five-day ban.
India Bans Al Jazeera for Broadcasting 'Wrong' Maps of Kashmir
200 Years Ago, Britain Recruited South Asia's Fiercest Warriors
April 25, 2015
200 Years Ago, Britain Recruited South Asia's Fiercest Warriors
200 years ago today, the legendary Gorkha rifles were formed.
200 Years Ago, Britain Recruited South Asia's Fiercest Warriors
Working With General Abdul Rashid Dostum
April 24, 2015
Working With General Abdul Rashid Dostum
The first vice president of Afghanistan is emerging as a major political figure, according to his media advisor.
Working With General Abdul Rashid Dostum
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Is Easier Said Than Done
April 24, 2015
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Is Easier Said Than Done
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) raises several questions in the domestic Pakistani context.
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor Is Easier Said Than Done
Iran and Pakistan Agree to Enhance Bilateral Trade
April 24, 2015
Iran and Pakistan Agree to Enhance Bilateral Trade
Iran and Pakistan agreed to boost their trade ties, in an agreement that could yield $5 billion in trade growth.
Iran and Pakistan Agree to Enhance Bilateral Trade
Is Karachi’s Biggest Party on the Ropes?
April 23, 2015
Is Karachi’s Biggest Party on the Ropes?
Pakistan’s MQM faces an increasingly difficult set of challenges to hold onto power in the country’s biggest city.
Is Karachi’s Biggest Party on the Ropes?
Does Narendra Modi Need to Watch Out for India's Communists?
April 23, 2015
Does Narendra Modi Need to Watch Out for India's Communists?
India's communists may begin to play a larger role in national politics than they have in some years.
Does Narendra Modi Need to Watch Out for India's Communists?
Lessons for India: How the 'Mother of All Defense Deals' Crashed and Burned
April 22, 2015
Lessons for India: How the 'Mother of All Defense Deals' Crashed and Burned
...and what India needs to do to avoid flubs of the sort in the future.
Lessons for India: How the 'Mother of All Defense Deals' Crashed and Burned
Omar Khadr’s Fight for Freedom
April 22, 2015
Omar Khadr’s Fight for Freedom
Omar Khadr was captured in Afghanistan as a 15 year old and now awaits justice in Canada.
Omar Khadr’s Fight for Freedom
China’s Grand Plan for Pakistan’s Infrastructure
April 21, 2015
China’s Grand Plan for Pakistan’s Infrastructure
President Xi Jinping has inked a deal with Islamabad that could provide Beijing with direct access to the Indian Ocean.
China’s Grand Plan for Pakistan’s Infrastructure
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