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The History of India's Disability Rights Movement
December 21, 2016
The History of India's Disability Rights Movement
Tracing the hopes of India's 26.8 million disabled population over 40 years of advocacy.
The History of India's Disability Rights Movement
Indian Journalist’s Road From Addiction to Recovery
December 20, 2016
Indian Journalist’s Road From Addiction to Recovery
Vijay Simha, a senior Indian journalist, recovered from alcoholism to write books on sobriety.
Indian Journalist’s Road From Addiction to Recovery
Draining a Glacial Lake in Nepal
December 17, 2016
Draining a Glacial Lake in Nepal
In a difficult operation, Nepali workers lower the water level in a dangerous glacial lake.
Draining a Glacial Lake in Nepal
The Tangled History of the Afghanistan-India-Pakistan Triangle
December 16, 2016
The Tangled History of the Afghanistan-India-Pakistan Triangle
Kabul's foreign policy approach has shifted between favoring India and Pakistan since the partition.
The Tangled History of the Afghanistan-India-Pakistan Triangle
Is the Islamic State Now in Pakistan’s Balochistan Province?
December 14, 2016
Is the Islamic State Now in Pakistan’s Balochistan Province?
How the Middle Eastern terrorist group found a home in Pakistan's restive province.
Is the Islamic State Now in Pakistan’s Balochistan Province?
Sri Lanka’s Quest for Strategic Prominence in the Indian Ocean
December 09, 2016
Sri Lanka’s Quest for Strategic Prominence in the Indian Ocean
At the Galle Dialogue, Sri Lanka tries to carve out a role for itself in the South Asian littorals.
Sri Lanka’s Quest for Strategic Prominence in the Indian Ocean
Farewell <i>Amma</i>: Chennai Mourns Jayalalithaa
December 08, 2016
Farewell Amma: Chennai Mourns Jayalalithaa
Grief rocked the capital of Tamil Nadu after the death of the state's long-time chief minister.
Farewell Amma: Chennai Mourns Jayalalithaa
India’s Most ‘Notorious’ Campus
November 30, 2016
India’s Most ‘Notorious’ Campus
Some see the campus of Jawaharlal Nehru University as a “den of communists.” Others see vibrant student activism.
India’s Most ‘Notorious’ Campus
India and NATO: Partners in Arms?
November 30, 2016
India and NATO: Partners in Arms?
The time is ripe for increased cooperation between India and the U.S.-led alliance.
India and NATO: Partners in Arms?
The Myth of India’s Non-Aligned Boycott
November 23, 2016
The Myth of India’s Non-Aligned Boycott
Why India's media was so ready to buy into the idea that Modi boycotted the Non-Aligned Summit.
The Myth of India’s Non-Aligned Boycott
Filmmakers Take Cinema to Dalai Lama’s Hometown-in-Exile
November 11, 2016
Filmmakers Take Cinema to Dalai Lama’s Hometown-in-Exile
The Diplomat spoke to filmmaker Tenzing Sonam, a Tibetan in exile, about the Dharamshala International Film Festival
Filmmakers Take Cinema to Dalai Lama’s Hometown-in-Exile
Can the India-Pakistan Ceasefire Survive?
November 11, 2016
Can the India-Pakistan Ceasefire Survive?
The 2003 agreement is falling apart amid a sharp decline in India-Pakistan relations.
Can the India-Pakistan Ceasefire Survive?
Asia's Mentally Ill on Death Row
November 10, 2016
Asia's Mentally Ill on Death Row
Pakistan rules schizophrenia does not preclude the death penalty. It is far from alone in executing mentally ill prisoners.
Asia's Mentally Ill on Death Row
The Schools of the Taliban
November 03, 2016
The Schools of the Taliban
In areas under Taliban control, schools are being reshaped to fit the Taliban agenda.
The Schools of the Taliban
Here Come the Taliban Drones
November 02, 2016
Here Come the Taliban Drones
For the first time ever, the Taliban used an off-the-shelf drone to record a suicide attack.
Here Come the Taliban Drones
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