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A State Within a State: Tibetans in Nepal
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A State Within a State: Tibetans in Nepal
Across the border from their homeland, Tibetans have created a self-sufficient community but remain officially stateless.
A State Within a State: Tibetans in Nepal
The Cost of Interlinking India's Rivers
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The Cost of Interlinking India's Rivers
The environmental, social, and diplomatic costs of the world's largest irrigation infrastructure project.
The Cost of Interlinking India's Rivers
The Future of India's Defense Exports
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The Future of India's Defense Exports
Can India reach its ambitious target of exporting $2 billion in defense technology per year?
The Future of India's Defense Exports
A Militant's Funeral Ignites Kashmir
Photo Essays
A Militant's Funeral Ignites Kashmir
Burhan Wani's funeral drew thousands to his home village of Tral, in defiance of government restrictions and a curfew.
A Militant's Funeral Ignites Kashmir
Burhan Wani’s Killing Brings Kashmir to a Crossroads
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Burhan Wani’s Killing Brings Kashmir to a Crossroads
Burhan Muzaffar Wani's death has sparked the Kashmiri tinder box. What happens now?
Burhan Wani’s Killing Brings Kashmir to a Crossroads
Mothers: The Widows of Vrindavan
Photo Essays
Mothers: The Widows of Vrindavan
Living in oppressive environments, Indian widows come to the holy city of Vrindavan to find peace.
Mothers: The Widows of Vrindavan
Pakistan's Black Day
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Pakistan's Black Day
How the military engineered its July 5, 1977 coup, leading to 11 years of martial law.
Pakistan's Black Day
The Battle for the Soul of Bangladesh
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The Battle for the Soul of Bangladesh
The deadly attack on a bakery in Dhaka may have ties to ISIS, but its roots stretch deep into Bangladesh's history.
The Battle for the Soul of Bangladesh
Modi Goes to Africa
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Modi Goes to Africa
India's prime minister seeks to secure partnerships in Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, and Kenya.
Modi Goes to Africa
Pakistan's Vanishing History
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Pakistan's Vanishing History
Pakistan's 2,000-year-old historical treasures are under threat from religious extremists and smugglers.
Pakistan's Vanishing History
Lion's Blood: Behind Sri Lanka's Sinha Le Movement
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Lion's Blood: Behind Sri Lanka's Sinha Le Movement
The rise of Sinhala-Buddhist ultra-nationalism (allegedly with political backing) could threaten reconciliation.
Lion's Blood: Behind Sri Lanka's Sinha Le Movement
China-India Relations After the NSG Plenary
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China-India Relations After the NSG Plenary
Make no mistake: India's failure to win membership in the NSG will shape Sino-Indian relations.
China-India Relations After the NSG Plenary
The Rise of China-Afghanistan Security Relations
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The Rise of China-Afghanistan Security Relations
Over the past two years, China-Afghan security cooperation has reached unprecedented levels.
The Rise of China-Afghanistan Security Relations
India and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization
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India and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization
What India's membership means for the organization as well as New Delhi.
India and the Shanghai Cooperation Organization
Kashmir Is Slipping Away From India
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Kashmir Is Slipping Away From India
As India clamps down on Kashmir with an iron grip, it risks permanently losing the hearts and minds of the people.
Kashmir Is Slipping Away From India
India's Anti-Satellite Weapons
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India's Anti-Satellite Weapons
Does India truly have the ability to target enemy satellites in war?
India's Anti-Satellite Weapons
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