Will the Iran Deal Help the Iran-Pakistan Pipeline Project?
July 28, 2015
Will the Iran Deal Help the Iran-Pakistan Pipeline Project?
Iranian sanctions relief could mean the completion of the Iran-Pakistan pipeline project is more likely.
Will the Iran Deal Help the Iran-Pakistan Pipeline Project?
China's Sri Lankan Port Ambitions Persist
July 27, 2015
China's Sri Lankan Port Ambitions Persist
Sri Lanka's Hambantota Port will continue to receive Chinese attention.
China's Sri Lankan Port Ambitions Persist
How Hamid Karzai Continues to Rule Afghanistan From Beyond the (Political) Grave
July 25, 2015
How Hamid Karzai Continues to Rule Afghanistan From Beyond the (Political) Grave
The former Afghan president is leveraging a personal network to exercise influence beyond his term.
How Hamid Karzai Continues to Rule Afghanistan From Beyond the (Political) Grave
'This Will Make the Country a Chinese Colony'
July 25, 2015
'This Will Make the Country a Chinese Colony'
A constitutional amendment in the Maldives has India worried about Chinese influence.
'This Will Make the Country a Chinese Colony'
Climate Change: Can India Take the Lead in Paris?
July 24, 2015
Climate Change: Can India Take the Lead in Paris?
Recent initiatives suggest the country could play a more confident role at COP 21.
Climate Change: Can India Take the Lead in Paris?
Sri Lankan Civil War: What If the Tamil Tigers Weren't Labelled as 'Terrorists'?
July 24, 2015
Sri Lankan Civil War: What If the Tamil Tigers Weren't Labelled as 'Terrorists'?
How labeling a group influences the standards of civilian protection in wartime is a pertinent question.
Sri Lankan Civil War: What If the Tamil Tigers Weren't Labelled as 'Terrorists'?
Washington and Kabul Want a Joint Strategy Against ISIS in Afghanistan
July 21, 2015
Washington and Kabul Want a Joint Strategy Against ISIS in Afghanistan
Kabul and Washington are trying to nip the Islamic State in the bud in Afghanistan.
Washington and Kabul Want a Joint Strategy Against ISIS in Afghanistan
India Needs a More Ambitious Foreign Policy, Says Country’s Top Diplomat
July 21, 2015
India Needs a More Ambitious Foreign Policy, Says Country’s Top Diplomat
Foreign secretary S. Jaishankar suggests India should raise the level of its ambitions.
India Needs a More Ambitious Foreign Policy, Says Country’s Top Diplomat
The AIIB and the Geo-Economics of Connectivity
July 21, 2015
The AIIB and the Geo-Economics of Connectivity
The new bank offers a chance for India to pursue its own plans for regional connectivity.
The AIIB and the Geo-Economics of Connectivity
Art and Politics Collide in India
July 20, 2015
Art and Politics Collide in India
The Diplomat's Sanjay Kumar speaks with Resul Pookutty about the intersection of art and politics in India.
Art and Politics Collide in India
Modi’s Worrying Pakistan Policy
July 18, 2015
Modi’s Worrying Pakistan Policy
A lack of coherence allied with tough talk could prove self-defeating.
Modi’s Worrying Pakistan Policy
India and Myanmar Deepen Defense Cooperation
July 18, 2015
India and Myanmar Deepen Defense Cooperation
India and Myanmar will expand defense cooperation and work on monitoring insurgent activity along their border.
India and Myanmar Deepen Defense Cooperation
India Reacts as Military Strategies Collide in the Asia-Pacific
July 18, 2015
India Reacts as Military Strategies Collide in the Asia-Pacific
India needs to carefully consider its strategic moves in the Asia-Pacific.
India Reacts as Military Strategies Collide in the Asia-Pacific
Sri Lanka and China Wrap Up Silk Route 2015 Military Exercise
July 18, 2015
Sri Lanka and China Wrap Up Silk Route 2015 Military Exercise
Sri Lanka's Army and China's People's Liberation Army just concluded their second-ever joint exercise.
Sri Lanka and China Wrap Up Silk Route 2015 Military Exercise
Opportunities and Threats for India After the Iran Deal
July 18, 2015
Opportunities and Threats for India After the Iran Deal
The Diplomat’s Sanjay Kumar speaks with Sujata Ashwarya Cheema about the Iran deal's effect on India.
Opportunities and Threats for India After the Iran Deal
No English Please, We're Pakistani
July 17, 2015
No English Please, We're Pakistani
Pakistan's government wants its officials to use Urdu in their official speeches, at home or abroad.
No English Please, We're Pakistani
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