India May Have Just Put an End to Its Longest Insurgency
August 04, 2015
India May Have Just Put an End to Its Longest Insurgency
A sudden peace agreement could stabilize Nagaland after decades of violence and insurgency.
India May Have Just Put an End to Its Longest Insurgency
Has the Taliban's Internal Power Struggle Kicked Off?
August 04, 2015
Has the Taliban's Internal Power Struggle Kicked Off?
Reports from Afghanistan suggest that Mullah Omar's son has been killed.
Has the Taliban's Internal Power Struggle Kicked Off?
Will Mullah Omar's Death Change the Taliban?
August 03, 2015
Will Mullah Omar's Death Change the Taliban?
Anand Gopal, a veteran journalist who embedded with the Taliban, speaks with The Diplomat about Mullah Omar's death.
Will Mullah Omar's Death Change the Taliban?
India-Pakistan Clashes in Kashmir
August 02, 2015
India-Pakistan Clashes in Kashmir
The two countries struggle to make diplomatic progress amid ongoing clashes.
India-Pakistan Clashes in Kashmir
A Turning Point: Mullah Omar's Demise and the Future of the Taliban
August 02, 2015
A Turning Point: Mullah Omar's Demise and the Future of the Taliban
Make no mistake: Mullah Omar's death may upend the entire militant landscape in Afghanistan.
A Turning Point: Mullah Omar's Demise and the Future of the Taliban
Aid Management and Institutional Capacity in Nepal
July 31, 2015
Aid Management and Institutional Capacity in Nepal
The Nepalese government showed leadership in the aftermath of the quake, but faces serious long-term challenges.
Aid Management and Institutional Capacity in Nepal
Coalition of the Unwilling: Pakistan and India Bring Confrontation to the SCO
July 30, 2015
Coalition of the Unwilling: Pakistan and India Bring Confrontation to the SCO
India and Pakistan joining the Shanghai Cooperation Organization won't smooth the forum's transformation.
Coalition of the Unwilling: Pakistan and India Bring Confrontation to the SCO
In Afghanistan, SIGAR Says Attaching Strings to Aid is a Good Idea
July 30, 2015
In Afghanistan, SIGAR Says Attaching Strings to Aid is a Good Idea
SIGAR’s latest quarterly report stresses conditionality in aid and highlights accuracy problems at USAID.
In Afghanistan, SIGAR Says Attaching Strings to Aid is a Good Idea
Afghanistan's Ex-Intelligence Chief Reflects on Mullah Omar's Death
July 30, 2015
Afghanistan's Ex-Intelligence Chief Reflects on Mullah Omar's Death
Amrullah Saleh, the former head of Afghanistan's National Directorate of Security (NDS), discusses Mullah Omar's death.
Afghanistan's Ex-Intelligence Chief Reflects on Mullah Omar's Death
Dead or Alive, Is Mullah Omar Still a Wanted Man?
July 30, 2015
Dead or Alive, Is Mullah Omar Still a Wanted Man?
The leader of the Afghan Taliban for over two decades, Mullah Omar, may finally be dead. Or not.
Dead or Alive, Is Mullah Omar Still a Wanted Man?
Preempt, Push, and Protect: India’s Strategy after the Iran Deal
July 29, 2015
Preempt, Push, and Protect: India’s Strategy after the Iran Deal
With the nuclear deal done, New Delhi must anticipate certain risks to its regional approach and adapt accordingly.
Preempt, Push, and Protect: India’s Strategy after the Iran Deal
Should India Thank British Rule For a Free Press?
July 29, 2015
Should India Thank British Rule For a Free Press?
The British were instrumental in creating the one institution that, like nothing else, helped bring down their rule in India.
Should India Thank British Rule For a Free Press?
Terror in Punjab: What Happened?
July 29, 2015
Terror in Punjab: What Happened?
A recent terror attack in Punjab raises questions about the future of India-Pakistan relations.
Terror in Punjab: What Happened?
Central Asia’s Stake in Afghanistan’s War
July 29, 2015
Central Asia’s Stake in Afghanistan’s War
Afghan forces are fighting Central Asian extremists. Time for the region to get more involved.
Central Asia’s Stake in Afghanistan’s War
The ‘Unfinished War’ Against Sri Lanka’s Tamils
July 28, 2015
The ‘Unfinished War’ Against Sri Lanka’s Tamils
A new report details torture and sexual abuses in Sri Lanka -- in the post-war period.
The ‘Unfinished War’ Against Sri Lanka’s Tamils
After Modi's Visit, Is Central Asia Open for Indian Business?
July 28, 2015
After Modi's Visit, Is Central Asia Open for Indian Business?
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s recent visit to Central Asia is an important moment for Indian business to increase its presence in the region.
After Modi's Visit, Is Central Asia Open for Indian Business?
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