Justice for Nepal’s War-Era Victims?
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Justice for Nepal’s War-Era Victims?
Nepal struggles to form a mechanism that would deal with cases of wartime human rights violations.
Justice for Nepal’s War-Era Victims?
Courting India’s Muslim Vote
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Courting India’s Muslim Vote
India’s Muslim minority could have a powerful impact on the elections. Who will they vote for?
Courting India’s Muslim Vote
4 Reasons Elections Won't Fix Afghanistan
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4 Reasons Elections Won't Fix Afghanistan
Saturday’s election may be critical, but Afghanistan isn’t about to become a stable state anytime soon.
4 Reasons Elections Won't Fix Afghanistan
The Abandoned Refugees of North Waziristan
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The Abandoned Refugees of North Waziristan
Pakistan refuses to acknowledge a growing crisis emerging from its tribal belt.
The Abandoned Refugees of North Waziristan
Sri Lanka: Waffling India Faces Tough Decision
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Sri Lanka: Waffling India Faces Tough Decision
Whichever way it votes on an upcoming UNHRC resolution on Sri Lanka, India will offend key constituents.
Sri Lanka: Waffling India Faces Tough Decision
Indian Foreign Policy: The Cold War Lingers
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Indian Foreign Policy: The Cold War Lingers
India’s support for Russia during the Crimea crisis should be a wake-up call for Washington.
Indian Foreign Policy: The Cold War Lingers
India and Space Defense
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India and Space Defense
Concerned about global trends, India is making progress in building its space defense capabilities.
India and Space Defense
Andaman and Nicobar Islands: India’s Strategic Outpost
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Andaman and Nicobar Islands: India’s Strategic Outpost
Flight MH370 has put the spotlight on little known but strategically important territory.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands: India’s Strategic Outpost
The Taliban’s Unity of Purpose
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The Taliban’s Unity of Purpose
A lack of harmony between Pakistan and Afghanistan supports the militants’ unity of purpose.
The Taliban’s Unity of Purpose
Nepal Tries Again to Write a Constitution
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Nepal Tries Again to Write a Constitution
After a successful election, can the political factions now put aside their squabbles and move forward?
Nepal Tries Again to Write a Constitution
India Elections: Could a ‘Third Front’ Win?
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India Elections: Could a ‘Third Front’ Win?
A new grouping adds another dimension to the upcoming vote.
India Elections: Could a ‘Third Front’ Win?
Sri Lanka’s Growing Links with China
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Sri Lanka’s Growing Links with China
Trade, investment and a strategic Indian Ocean location bring the two countries closer together.
Sri Lanka’s Growing Links with China
The Pakistan-China Corridor
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The Pakistan-China Corridor
A new project will give Pakistan the tools of globalization. Will it use them?
The Pakistan-China Corridor
The Bricks of Wrath: India’s Migrant Workers
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The Bricks of Wrath: India’s Migrant Workers
Migrant workers in Indian cities face a bleak future, but one organization is trying to bring hope.
The Bricks of Wrath: India’s Migrant Workers
In India’s National Election, Don’t Trust the Polls
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In India’s National Election, Don’t Trust the Polls
Election polling in India has some severe limitations, especially at the national level.
In India’s National Election, Don’t Trust the Polls
Kejriwal Resignation: Failure or Strategy?
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Kejriwal Resignation: Failure or Strategy?
The Delhi Chief Minister steps down, raising concerns about the AAP’s viability as it plans a national campaign.
Kejriwal Resignation: Failure or Strategy?
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