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Afghan-Pakistani Border Row: A Double-Edged Sword for India
May 16, 2013
Afghan-Pakistani Border Row: A Double-Edged Sword for India
The Afghan-Pakistani border row mirrors and influences India’s border dispute with China.
Afghan-Pakistani Border Row: A Double-Edged Sword for India
<em>New York Times</em> Correspondent Expelled From Pakistan
May 14, 2013
New York Times Correspondent Expelled From Pakistan
Pakistani journalists respond to the news that Declan Walsh has been expelled from the country.
New York Times Correspondent Expelled From Pakistan
Would a Rafsanjani Presidency Undermine Deal with Iran?
May 14, 2013
Would a Rafsanjani Presidency Undermine Deal with Iran?
Would a Rafsanjani win kill the chance of a deal with the west over Tehran’s nuclear program?
Would a Rafsanjani Presidency Undermine Deal with Iran?
India and Pakistan: Reflections on a Legacy of Political Heroes
May 13, 2013
India and Pakistan: Reflections on a Legacy of Political Heroes
India and Pakistan love their political heroes, from Indira Gandhi to the recent campaign by Imran Khan.
India and Pakistan: Reflections on a Legacy of Political Heroes
Lessons From Karnataka
May 10, 2013
Lessons From Karnataka
Election results in the southern Indian state of Karnataka could provide a preview of next year’s general election.
Lessons From Karnataka
Diplomacy Trumps Jingoism at Ladakh Border
May 09, 2013
Diplomacy Trumps Jingoism at Ladakh Border
Democracy prevailed at the Indo-Chinese border. Hopefully, this becomes a trend.
Diplomacy Trumps Jingoism at Ladakh Border
Congress Party Sweeps BJP in Karnataka Elections
May 09, 2013
Congress Party Sweeps BJP in Karnataka Elections
India’s Congress party has won big in Karnataka’s elections, with at least 121 assembly seats.
Congress Party Sweeps BJP in Karnataka Elections
Graft: The Political Mantra for Karnataka’s Election Season
May 08, 2013
Graft: The Political Mantra for Karnataka’s Election Season
Karnataka’s state elections provide a glimpse of what to expect at India’s national polls in 2014.
Graft: The Political Mantra for Karnataka’s Election Season
Pakistan’s Youth Stirred by Music with a Dash of Social Satire
May 07, 2013
Pakistan’s Youth Stirred by Music with a Dash of Social Satire
Pakistani bands are increasingly vocal about social issues. The influence is trickling down to the nation’s youth.
Pakistan’s Youth Stirred by Music with a Dash of Social Satire
Afghan Rockers Kabul Dreams Spread a Message of Hope
May 02, 2013
Afghan Rockers Kabul Dreams Spread a Message of Hope
Kabul Dreams, Afghanistan’s first rock band, point to a major shift among the nation’s youth.
Afghan Rockers Kabul Dreams Spread a Message of Hope
Rainbow Rickshaws: Pakistan’s Vehicles of Peace
April 30, 2013
Rainbow Rickshaws: Pakistan’s Vehicles of Peace
Activist Syed Ali Abbas Zaidi is taking Pakistan’s streets by storm with rickshaws that promote peace.
Rainbow Rickshaws: Pakistan’s Vehicles of Peace
India and China's Border Spat
April 27, 2013
India and China's Border Spat
A recent incident on the border between India and China have some concerned. Can a compromise be worked out?
India and China's Border Spat
Bangladesh's Rana Plaza Nightmare
April 27, 2013
Bangladesh's Rana Plaza Nightmare
Reports indicate that over 2,000 people were in the Rana Plaza building on the outskirts of Dhaka when it collapsed.
Bangladesh's Rana Plaza Nightmare
Afghans Wary of Pakistan’s Role in Brussels Peace Talks
April 26, 2013
Afghans Wary of Pakistan’s Role in Brussels Peace Talks
An atmosphere of distrust prevails in Afghanistan surrounding Pakistan’s role in the peace process.
Afghans Wary of Pakistan’s Role in Brussels Peace Talks
A Female Journalist in Pakistan: Kiran Nazish
April 24, 2013
A Female Journalist in Pakistan: Kiran Nazish
Kiran Nazish speaks on the perils and triumphs of giving a voice to her country’s least fortunate.
A Female Journalist in Pakistan: Kiran Nazish
Kabul: Changing Amid Uncertainty
April 23, 2013
Kabul: Changing Amid Uncertainty
A trip to Kabul reveals a city in flux, and one with an uncertain future.
Kabul: Changing Amid Uncertainty
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