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Reflections on the Tigers
May 21, 2010
Reflections on the Tigers
A year after the LTTE’s defeat, evidence shows criticism of Sri Lanka’s army is misplaced, says Sergei DeSilva-Ranasinghe.
Reflections on the Tigers
'Dubai Dream' Swept Away
May 06, 2010
'Dubai Dream' Swept Away
Lured by the ‘Dubai Dream’, thousands of Bengalese may be being tricked into sweeping Iraqi streets, reports Karlos Zurutuza.
'Dubai Dream' Swept Away
US Must Wise Up on Pak Aid
April 27, 2010
US Must Wise Up on Pak Aid
The US should ensure its aid to Pakistan is spent properly, says Rajeev Sharma. India is suffering from the laxity.
US Must Wise Up on Pak Aid
India’s Nuclear Free Dream
April 22, 2010
India’s Nuclear Free Dream
India has a real desire for a nuclear free world, says Sumit Ganguly. Don’t be fooled by its complicated past on the issue.
India’s Nuclear Free Dream
India’s Downtrodden Muslims
April 13, 2010
India’s Downtrodden Muslims
With millions of Muslims mired in poverty, Indian politicians say quotas offer a fix. But is this political exploitation?
India’s Downtrodden Muslims
India’s Disappearing Tigers
April 07, 2010
India’s Disappearing Tigers
As the number of Bengal tigers plunges, India has been spurred into action, reports Shreyasi Singh. But is it too late?
India’s Disappearing Tigers
April 02, 2010
Indo-Pak Ties a Lost Cause?
Not yet, says Mustafa Qadri. But it’s the Kashmir issue, not terrorism or Afghanistan, that’s still the biggest bar to a breakthrough.
Indo-Pak Ties a Lost Cause?
India’s Great Power Plans
March 29, 2010
India’s Great Power Plans
India has long had a strategy for great power status, says N.V. Subramanian. But recent developments mean it can finally happen.
India’s Great Power Plans
March 12, 2010
'Jihadists Take Nuclear Step'
Recent terrorist trends show some worrying signs, says Rajeev Sharma. Are they infiltrating Pakistan’s last line of defence?
'Jihadists Take Nuclear Step'
India’s Many Tongues
March 08, 2010
India’s Many Tongues
Can a billion people be shepherded toward a single language? And should India’s government try? Shreyasi Singh investigates.
India’s Many Tongues
March 01, 2010
Indo-Pak Talks Over Already?
Don’t expect any progress in ties until Pakistan’s military sees something in it for itself, says Sumit Ganguly.
Indo-Pak Talks Over Already?
February 25, 2010
Climate Change = War?
Missed in the debate over climate change has been the strategic implications, says Rajeev Sharma. In Asia they could be catastrophic.
Climate Change = War?
February 01, 2010
'Women Not Worth the Money'
Though India may not be alone in preventing women from serving on the frontline, its armed services’ record on equality is still woeful, reports Shreyasi Singh. And it’s attitudes, not ability, that seem to be proving the biggest obstacle of all to change.
'Women Not Worth the Money'
Time to Get Real About Pakistan
January 28, 2010
Time to Get Real About Pakistan
The United States and Pakistan were in an alliance of mutual convenience for much of the Cold War (although at odds for part of it) and have since been in a relationship of almost complete expediency.
Time to Get Real About Pakistan
The Road to Normalcy
January 25, 2010
The Road to Normalcy
The defeat of the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam last May has breathed new life into the democratic process for once marginalised groups in Tamil politics, says Sergei DeSilva-Ranasinghe. And, as Sri Lankans prepare to head to the polls, he says a new optimism is emerging that their society can be rebuilt.
The Road to Normalcy
January 22, 2010
India and Pakistan are Nuclear States-Time to Accept it
India and Pakistan should be officially recognized as nuclear states, argues South Asia analyst Luv Puri, who says doing so will ease tensions and reduce the risk of nuclear material falling into terrorist hands.
India and Pakistan are Nuclear States-Time to Accept it
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