The Inaccuracies of South Asian Maps
February 28, 2015
The Inaccuracies of South Asian Maps
South Asia lacks standardized and accurate maps.
The Inaccuracies of South Asian Maps
TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia
February 27, 2015
TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia
Developments in a major pipeline project risk marginalizing India in Central Asia.
TAPI and India’s Future in Eurasia
Is Bangladesh’s Crisis About to Get Much Worse?
February 27, 2015
Is Bangladesh’s Crisis About to Get Much Worse?
There seems to be no obvious exist scenario from the current turmoil.
Is Bangladesh’s Crisis About to Get Much Worse?
Afghanistan: The Ball Is in Pakistan’s Court
February 27, 2015
Afghanistan: The Ball Is in Pakistan’s Court
Afghanistan has made an unprecedented series of goodwill actions. Pakistan must now respond.
Afghanistan: The Ball Is in Pakistan’s Court
Will Bangladesh’s Democracy Fall Apart?
February 27, 2015
Will Bangladesh’s Democracy Fall Apart?
Former Prime Minister and opposition leader Khaleda Zia has a warrant out for her arrest.
Will Bangladesh’s Democracy Fall Apart?
India’s Myanmar Policy
February 26, 2015
India’s Myanmar Policy
In its relations with its neighbor, New Delhi needs to consider more than just economics.
India’s Myanmar Policy
India Reveals Ambitious Railway Improvement Plans
February 26, 2015
India Reveals Ambitious Railway Improvement Plans
The Indian government will earmark $137 billion for railway expansion as part of its 2015 budget.
India Reveals Ambitious Railway Improvement Plans
Will Pakistan's Cellphone Biometric Push Pay Counter-Terrorism Dividends?
February 25, 2015
Will Pakistan's Cellphone Biometric Push Pay Counter-Terrorism Dividends?
The Pakistani government is embarking on a major biometric data collection effort to fight terrorism.
Will Pakistan's Cellphone Biometric Push Pay Counter-Terrorism Dividends?
How Cricket Reveals Geopolitical Fault Lines in Afghanistan
February 25, 2015
How Cricket Reveals Geopolitical Fault Lines in Afghanistan
Afghan support for India in the Cricket World Cup reflects the political triangle between Kabul, New Delhi, and Islamabad.
How Cricket Reveals Geopolitical Fault Lines in Afghanistan
Sri Lanka’s Mahinda Rajapaksa Hopes for Comeback
February 24, 2015
Sri Lanka’s Mahinda Rajapaksa Hopes for Comeback
The former president is hoping to return to politics in upcoming parliamentary elections.
Sri Lanka’s Mahinda Rajapaksa Hopes for Comeback
Is Pakistan’s 'War on Terror' Out of Time?
February 24, 2015
Is Pakistan’s 'War on Terror' Out of Time?
With Washington’s patience and money fading, is time running out for Pakistan's offensive against domestic terrorism?
Is Pakistan’s 'War on Terror' Out of Time?
Afghanistan Transfers Captured Uyghur Militants to China
February 24, 2015
Afghanistan Transfers Captured Uyghur Militants to China
The Afghan government is showing Beijing that it's serious about counter-terrorism cooperation.
Afghanistan Transfers Captured Uyghur Militants to China
Former Maldives President Arrested
February 24, 2015
Former Maldives President Arrested
Mohamed Nasheed's arrest sparked clashes in Malé between supporters of the opposition and the current government.
Former Maldives President Arrested
India’s Next Budget Needs a Vision for Leading Asia
February 24, 2015
India’s Next Budget Needs a Vision for Leading Asia
India's 2015 budget will need to address several key areas.
India’s Next Budget Needs a Vision for Leading Asia
India-Nepal Energy Initiatives Hit Political Roadblock
February 23, 2015
India-Nepal Energy Initiatives Hit Political Roadblock
Nepal’s constitutional impasse looks set to delay additional progress on vital energy agreements.
India-Nepal Energy Initiatives Hit Political Roadblock
Modi's Speech on Religious Freedom: Too Little, Too Late?
February 20, 2015
Modi's Speech on Religious Freedom: Too Little, Too Late?
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech is a step in the right direction.
Modi's Speech on Religious Freedom: Too Little, Too Late?
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