Pakistan Reinstates the Death Penalty
December 19, 2014
Pakistan Reinstates the Death Penalty
Following the brutal massacre of children in Peshawar, Pakistan reinstated the death penalty.
Pakistan Reinstates the Death Penalty
Peshawar School Tragedy: Unconscionable Brutality
December 17, 2014
Peshawar School Tragedy: Unconscionable Brutality
The Pakistani Taliban carried out their most brutal attack against a civilian target in years.
Peshawar School Tragedy: Unconscionable Brutality
Can Kabul Handle its Growing Pains?
December 16, 2014
Can Kabul Handle its Growing Pains?
Plus, Taliban surges attacks, Imran Khan takes his protests to Lahore, and India bans Xiaomi. South Asia links.
Can Kabul Handle its Growing Pains?
India and Bangladesh Poised to Resolve Border Dispute
December 13, 2014
India and Bangladesh Poised to Resolve Border Dispute
India's PM Narendra Modi has given his support to a 2011 agreement, which could have significant implications for the region.
India and Bangladesh Poised to Resolve Border Dispute
Islamic State’s Twitter Handler Revealed to Be an Indian Businessman
December 13, 2014
Islamic State’s Twitter Handler Revealed to Be an Indian Businessman
The man in charge of the Islamic States' Twitter profile was revealed to be an Indian businessman.
Islamic State’s Twitter Handler Revealed to Be an Indian Businessman
US 'Troubled' By Crimean Leader's India Visit
December 13, 2014
US 'Troubled' By Crimean Leader's India Visit
The U.S. is "troubled" by reports that the nationalist leader of Crimea traveled with Putin to India.
US 'Troubled' By Crimean Leader's India Visit
Pakistan Captures Leader of Al Qaeda's South Asia Wing
December 13, 2014
Pakistan Captures Leader of Al Qaeda's South Asia Wing
Shahid Usman, a wealthy car-parts dealership owner from Karachi, has been arrested for alleged involvement with Al Qaeda.
Pakistan Captures Leader of Al Qaeda's South Asia Wing
In 2015, A Milestone for Indian Literature
December 12, 2014
In 2015, A Milestone for Indian Literature
A new philanthropic initiative may reintroduce Indian classical literature to the masses.
In 2015, A Milestone for Indian Literature
Afghan President Condemns CIA's Use of 'Inhumane Torture'
December 12, 2014
Afghan President Condemns CIA's Use of 'Inhumane Torture'
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani joined a growing chorus of global leaders in condemning the United States' use of torture.
Afghan President Condemns CIA's Use of 'Inhumane Torture'
India and Russia Sign Agreements on Defense, Energy
December 12, 2014
India and Russia Sign Agreements on Defense, Energy
Modi used Putin's trip to New Delhi to emphasize India's continued commitment to Russia.
India and Russia Sign Agreements on Defense, Energy
Putin to Visit India With Trade, Energy on Agenda
December 11, 2014
Putin to Visit India With Trade, Energy on Agenda
Russian President Vladimir Putin will visit India for an annual summit.
Putin to Visit India With Trade, Energy on Agenda
Sinophilia and Sinophobia in Afghanistan
December 10, 2014
Sinophilia and Sinophobia in Afghanistan
To win over Afghans, China will need to see their country as more than just a security buffer.
Sinophilia and Sinophobia in Afghanistan
India’s Cyber Challenge: Indian Mujahideen
December 09, 2014
India’s Cyber Challenge: Indian Mujahideen
India will need to step up its cyber security efforts if it is to counter terrorist activities online.
India’s Cyber Challenge: Indian Mujahideen
Is There Any Hope for SAARC?
December 08, 2014
Is There Any Hope for SAARC?
On its path to relevance, SAARC will have to address numerous challenges.
Is There Any Hope for SAARC?
Why India Is Key to a Climate Deal
December 06, 2014
Why India Is Key to a Climate Deal
In the wake of the recent U.S.-China agreement, all eyes in the run-up to COP21 now turn to India.
Why India Is Key to a Climate Deal
Maldives Faces Drinking Water Crisis
December 05, 2014
Maldives Faces Drinking Water Crisis
A fire at the water sewage treatment plant in the country's capital has left at least 100,000 without drinking water.
Maldives Faces Drinking Water Crisis
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