Controversy as Indian Journalist Meets 26/11 Mastermind
July 23, 2014
Controversy as Indian Journalist Meets 26/11 Mastermind
Ved Pratap Vaidik’s meeting with Hafiz Saeed generates more controversy than it should have.
Controversy as Indian Journalist Meets 26/11 Mastermind
Why Are South Asian States So Weak?
July 22, 2014
Why Are South Asian States So Weak?
Can South Asia’s states overcome the legacy of their histories?
Why Are South Asian States So Weak?
1947 Partition Archive: Preserving the Past
July 19, 2014
1947 Partition Archive: Preserving the Past
The 1947 Partition Archive is creating an oral history of a momentous time.
1947 Partition Archive: Preserving the Past
India Fails to Meet Its 2015 Development Goals
July 19, 2014
India Fails to Meet Its 2015 Development Goals
India’s disturbing statistics cast a shadow on its growth story.
India Fails to Meet Its 2015 Development Goals
India Faces off With Pakistan, China on Disputed Kashmir Borders
July 18, 2014
India Faces off With Pakistan, China on Disputed Kashmir Borders
Both incidents highlight the continued instability on the disputed borders in Kashmir.
India Faces off With Pakistan, China on Disputed Kashmir Borders
Why Is India Silent on the Israeli Operation in Gaza?
July 18, 2014
Why Is India Silent on the Israeli Operation in Gaza?
India has grown closer to Israel in recent years and is thus less willing to make moral pronouncements on Palestine.
Why Is India Silent on the Israeli Operation in Gaza?
India Should Not Participate in Anti-Western Rhetoric
July 16, 2014
India Should Not Participate in Anti-Western Rhetoric
As India meets its BRICS partners in Brazil, it should not forget its Western ties.
India Should Not Participate in Anti-Western Rhetoric
Language and Basic Rights in India: Beyond English
July 16, 2014
Language and Basic Rights in India: Beyond English
Why India cannot become truly integrated or democratic until it uses its native languages more.
Language and Basic Rights in India: Beyond English
Afghan Electoral Crisis Defused
July 15, 2014
Afghan Electoral Crisis Defused
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry succeeded in mediating between Afghanistan's two presidential candidates.
Afghan Electoral Crisis Defused
Pakistani Authors Find a Market in India
July 13, 2014
Pakistani Authors Find a Market in India
Indian publishing houses are giving young Pakistani writers a much-needed outlet for their work.
Pakistani Authors Find a Market in India
Afghanistan: Wealthy But Unprepared
July 13, 2014
Afghanistan: Wealthy But Unprepared
Afghanistan’s natural resources require a well-planned, long-term strategy. Can it come up with one?
Afghanistan: Wealthy But Unprepared
What Can the US Do About Afghanistan's Run-Off Election Crisis?
July 12, 2014
What Can the US Do About Afghanistan's Run-Off Election Crisis?
As the United States tries to resolve Afghanistan's political crisis, it should keep a few things in mind.
What Can the US Do About Afghanistan's Run-Off Election Crisis?
Time for Pakistan to Integrate Gilgit-Baltistan
July 12, 2014
Time for Pakistan to Integrate Gilgit-Baltistan
Escalating tensions in a remote territory threaten to drag Pakistan into yet another conflict.
Time for Pakistan to Integrate Gilgit-Baltistan
Reconstructing India’s Relationship With Indonesia
July 11, 2014
Reconstructing India’s Relationship With Indonesia
The bilateral relationship represents the possibilities of the Global South.
Reconstructing India’s Relationship With Indonesia
Pakistani Terror Group Declares Allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's Caliphate
July 11, 2014
Pakistani Terror Group Declares Allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's Caliphate
The group is the first outside the Middle East to align with al-Baghdadi's movement.
Pakistani Terror Group Declares Allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's Caliphate
Why India Must Move Beyond English
July 11, 2014
Why India Must Move Beyond English
India’s obsession with English holds back both its economic development and the quality of its education.
Why India Must Move Beyond English
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