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5 Take-Aways From Pakistan's Economic Cooperation Organization Summit
March 25, 2017
5 Take-Aways From Pakistan's Economic Cooperation Organization Summit
Is the ECO Pakistan’s key to economic salvation?
5 Take-Aways From Pakistan's Economic Cooperation Organization Summit
Pakistan Gets Closer to One of Russia's Muslim Republics
March 25, 2017
Pakistan Gets Closer to One of Russia's Muslim Republics
The outreach from a Russian republic could help reshape Pakistan's geopolitical milieu.
Pakistan Gets Closer to One of Russia's Muslim Republics
Growing Trends of Female Jihadism in Bangladesh
March 24, 2017
Growing Trends of Female Jihadism in Bangladesh
Bangladesh is increasingly seeing females take part in suicide bombings and other terrorist attacks.
Growing Trends of Female Jihadism in Bangladesh
How India’s Demonetization Experiment Is Defying the Odds 
March 23, 2017
How India’s Demonetization Experiment Is Defying the Odds 
While demonetization appears to be defying expectations, opinion remains divided over the speed and secrecy of the move.
How India’s Demonetization Experiment Is Defying the Odds 
M.A. Sumanthiran on Sri Lankan Politics, Tamil Affairs, and Indo-Lankan Ties
March 20, 2017
M.A. Sumanthiran on Sri Lankan Politics, Tamil Affairs, and Indo-Lankan Ties
The Diplomat's Taylor Dibbert speaks to noted Sri Lankan parliamentarian M.A. Sumanthiran.
M.A. Sumanthiran on Sri Lankan Politics, Tamil Affairs, and Indo-Lankan Ties
A Counterproductive Afghan-Pakistan Border Closure
March 20, 2017
A Counterproductive Afghan-Pakistan Border Closure
The recent deterioration in relations benefits neither country.
A Counterproductive Afghan-Pakistan Border Closure
Why Would Pakistan Send Combat Troops to Saudi Arabia Now?
March 20, 2017
Why Would Pakistan Send Combat Troops to Saudi Arabia Now?
Pakistan's consideration of a combat troop deployment to Saudi Arabia would cross an important line.
Why Would Pakistan Send Combat Troops to Saudi Arabia Now?
Modi Taps Firebrand Hindu Priest-Politician to Lead India's Most Populous State
March 20, 2017
Modi Taps Firebrand Hindu Priest-Politician to Lead India's Most Populous State
Yogi Adityanath will became the chief minister of Uttar Pradesh, a state with 204 million people.
Modi Taps Firebrand Hindu Priest-Politician to Lead India's Most Populous State
India’s Cautious Engagement Is Costly for Afghanistan and the Region
March 18, 2017
India’s Cautious Engagement Is Costly for Afghanistan and the Region
India's reluctance to provide military aid is endangering Afghanistan and encouraging Pakistan's bad behavior.
India’s Cautious Engagement Is Costly for Afghanistan and the Region
Anatomy of India's Early 2017 State Assembly Elections
March 16, 2017
Anatomy of India's Early 2017 State Assembly Elections
With the ballots counted, here's how India's latest state-level elections shook out.
Anatomy of India's Early 2017 State Assembly Elections
Nawaz Sharif’s Historic Holi Address
March 16, 2017
Nawaz Sharif’s Historic Holi Address
The Pakistani prime minister gives a ground-breaking speech to the country's Hindu minority.
Nawaz Sharif’s Historic Holi Address
Lessons From India’s Election for the Evolution of the Indian Political System
March 15, 2017
Lessons From India’s Election for the Evolution of the Indian Political System
India's state assembly elections suggest a clear path ahead for the country's politics.
Lessons From India’s Election for the Evolution of the Indian Political System
Kashmir's Reckoning With the Implications of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
March 12, 2017
Kashmir's Reckoning With the Implications of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
How does the China-financed economic corridor affect Kashmir?
Kashmir's Reckoning With the Implications of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor
India's State Election Results Seal in the Country's Modi-fication
March 12, 2017
India's State Election Results Seal in the Country's Modi-fication
Modi does it again.
India's State Election Results Seal in the Country's Modi-fication
'Pashtun Diplomacy' in Afghan Foreign Policy
March 11, 2017
'Pashtun Diplomacy' in Afghan Foreign Policy
Historically, Kabul has had many different motives for engaging with Pakistani Pashtuns.
'Pashtun Diplomacy' in Afghan Foreign Policy
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