Sri Lanka’s New Cabinet is Sworn In, As Geneva Beckons
September 04, 2015
Sri Lanka’s New Cabinet is Sworn In, As Geneva Beckons
As Sri Lanka's new government takes shape, the country's reckoning with its past looms on the horizon.
Sri Lanka’s New Cabinet is Sworn In, As Geneva Beckons
Capacity Remains One of Afghanistan's Biggest Obstacles
September 03, 2015
Capacity Remains One of Afghanistan's Biggest Obstacles
RECCA VI might result in a list of big projects, but that doesn't mean they'll be completed.
Capacity Remains One of Afghanistan's Biggest Obstacles
Why India Shouldn't Move Away From the Hindi Script
September 03, 2015
Why India Shouldn't Move Away From the Hindi Script
There's no reason for India to let go of its traditional scripts.
Why India Shouldn't Move Away From the Hindi Script
Here's What the Taliban Wants You to Know About Their New Leader
September 02, 2015
Here's What the Taliban Wants You to Know About Their New Leader
The biography also notes why the Taliban chose to conceal Mullah Omar's death.
Here's What the Taliban Wants You to Know About Their New Leader
India and Seychelles Strengthen Ties Around Maritime Security, Economic Cooperation
August 31, 2015
India and Seychelles Strengthen Ties Around Maritime Security, Economic Cooperation
India and Seychelles continue to develop the foundations for an enduring partnership in the Indian Ocean.
India and Seychelles Strengthen Ties Around Maritime Security, Economic Cooperation
Sri Lanka's August Parliamentary Election, Seen Up Close
August 31, 2015
Sri Lanka's August Parliamentary Election, Seen Up Close
Do Sri Lankans have confidence in the process and practice of their democracy?
Sri Lanka's August Parliamentary Election, Seen Up Close
Pakistan's Prime Minister May Visit the US in October
August 31, 2015
Pakistan's Prime Minister May Visit the US in October
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has been invited to the United States in October.
Pakistan's Prime Minister May Visit the US in October
Can China Assert Itself in Afghanistan?
August 28, 2015
Can China Assert Itself in Afghanistan?
Beijing needs to play a stronger leadership role in Afghanistan.
Can China Assert Itself in Afghanistan?
Narendra Modi in the Emirates: Bridging India’s Gulf
August 28, 2015
Narendra Modi in the Emirates: Bridging India’s Gulf
There has been a gradual, yet visible, transformation in India’s relationship with the Gulf Arab states.
Narendra Modi in the Emirates: Bridging India’s Gulf
Book Review: <em>Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years</em>
August 28, 2015
Book Review: Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years
Amarjit Singh Dulat’s book narrates the story of contemporary Kashmir.
Book Review: Kashmir: The Vajpayee Years
2015 Gujarat Protests: Caste, Reform, and Governance in India
August 28, 2015
2015 Gujarat Protests: Caste, Reform, and Governance in India
As recent riots in Gujarat show, India's reservation system continues to pose political challenges.
2015 Gujarat Protests: Caste, Reform, and Governance in India
Pakistan and Kazakhstan Look to Increase Cooperation
August 27, 2015
Pakistan and Kazakhstan Look to Increase Cooperation
The leaders of Pakistan and Kazakhstan want their countries to trade and cooperate more.
Pakistan and Kazakhstan Look to Increase Cooperation
Is There an Alternative To Talks Between India and Pakistan?
August 25, 2015
Is There an Alternative To Talks Between India and Pakistan?
India-Pakistan talks fell apart again and both sides share the blame.
Is There an Alternative To Talks Between India and Pakistan?
A Seismic Shift in India’s Pakistan Policy
August 25, 2015
A Seismic Shift in India’s Pakistan Policy
New Delhi has shifted its approach toward talks with Pakistan. The implications stand to be huge.
A Seismic Shift in India’s Pakistan Policy
Should Nepal Be Secular?
August 24, 2015
Should Nepal Be Secular?
A push to change the draft constitution could place religious freedoms under threat.
Should Nepal Be Secular?
With Cancelled Talks, India and Pakistan Back at Square One
August 24, 2015
With Cancelled Talks, India and Pakistan Back at Square One
Pakistan has called off bilateral talks, citing dissatisfaction with New Delhi's "preconditions."
With Cancelled Talks, India and Pakistan Back at Square One
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