Sri Lanka Imposes Foreigner Travel Restrictions to Northern Province
October 24, 2014
Sri Lanka Imposes Foreigner Travel Restrictions to Northern Province
Sri Lanka may be concerned that human rights investigators could pose as tourists.
Sri Lanka Imposes Foreigner Travel Restrictions to Northern Province
Diwali: An Indian Festival Goes Global
October 24, 2014
Diwali: An Indian Festival Goes Global
Indians the world over celebrated Diwali this Thursday, as did U.S. President Barack Obama.
Diwali: An Indian Festival Goes Global
What ‘Clean India’ Can Learn From South Korea’s New Village Movement
October 23, 2014
What ‘Clean India’ Can Learn From South Korea’s New Village Movement
The methods of Seoul’s meteoric rise could help spur Indian growth.
What ‘Clean India’ Can Learn From South Korea’s New Village Movement
Review: <i>Bargaining With a Rising India: Lessons From the Mahabharata</i>
October 23, 2014
Review: Bargaining With a Rising India: Lessons From the Mahabharata
What India’s myths tell us about its negotiating tactics.
Review: Bargaining With a Rising India: Lessons From the Mahabharata
Pakistani Cleric Ends Islamabad Protests
October 23, 2014
Pakistani Cleric Ends Islamabad Protests
Pakistani cleric Tahir ul-Qadri ended his protest in Islamabad.
Pakistani Cleric Ends Islamabad Protests
After Deadly Clashes, Tensions Rise Between Iran and Pakistan
October 23, 2014
After Deadly Clashes, Tensions Rise Between Iran and Pakistan
Iran is convinced that Pakistan is doing nothing to stop militants from attacking its territory.
After Deadly Clashes, Tensions Rise Between Iran and Pakistan
Modi: SAARC's Last Hope for Relevance?
October 22, 2014
Modi: SAARC's Last Hope for Relevance?
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi could render SAARC a more effective regional institution.
Modi: SAARC's Last Hope for Relevance?
Afghanistan Poppy Cultivation at All-Time High
October 22, 2014
Afghanistan Poppy Cultivation at All-Time High
As U.S. and NATO troops prepare to leave Afghanistan, poppy cultivation reaches an all-time high.
Afghanistan Poppy Cultivation at All-Time High
A New Face for India and Pakistan’s Track II Diplomacy
October 20, 2014
A New Face for India and Pakistan’s Track II Diplomacy
A wider group of stakeholders in necessary to push dialogue forward.
A New Face for India and Pakistan’s Track II Diplomacy
Sri Lanka’s Northern Reboot
October 20, 2014
Sri Lanka’s Northern Reboot
To fully integrate into the nation, the Tamil-majority Northern Province will need some political good faith.
Sri Lanka’s Northern Reboot
Modi Has a Plan for India's State Elections
October 17, 2014
Modi Has a Plan for India's State Elections
Maharashtra and Haryana could prove to be instructive cases in decoding the BJP's electoral strategy.
Modi Has a Plan for India's State Elections
Afghan Forces Capture Haqqani Leaders
October 17, 2014
Afghan Forces Capture Haqqani Leaders
Afghan forces captured the effective second-in-command and a key tactician of the Haqqani network.
Afghan Forces Capture Haqqani Leaders
Indian Government Plans Highway Along Disputed China Border
October 16, 2014
Indian Government Plans Highway Along Disputed China Border
The Indian government announced a proposal for a 1,800 km road along the disputed Arunachal Pradesh border with China.
Indian Government Plans Highway Along Disputed China Border
India Considers China Import Duties
October 15, 2014
India Considers China Import Duties
In a bid to reduce its trade deficit with China, India considers import duties on Chinese goods.
India Considers China Import Duties
South Asia’s Peace Heroes
October 11, 2014
South Asia’s Peace Heroes
Pakistan’s Malala Yousafzai and India’s Kailash Satyarthi share the Nobel Peace Prize.
South Asia’s Peace Heroes
India’s Missed Opportunity on U.S. Immigration Reform
October 10, 2014
India’s Missed Opportunity on U.S. Immigration Reform
Modi missed a key chance to influence Indian access to the U.S. job market.
India’s Missed Opportunity on U.S. Immigration Reform
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