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Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif in the Eye of the Storm
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Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif in the Eye of the Storm
The prime minister faces a particularly testing series of crises.
Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif in the Eye of the Storm
Afghanistan’s Addiction to Foreign Aid
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Afghanistan’s Addiction to Foreign Aid
Foreign aid has been counterproductive for the country. It’s time for Kabul to wean itself off.
Afghanistan’s Addiction to Foreign Aid
India: Violence Against Dalits on the Rise
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India: Violence Against Dalits on the Rise
Despite robust laws, violence against India's most oppressed people continues to rise.
India: Violence Against Dalits on the Rise
Kashmir’s Reemerging Militancy
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Kashmir’s Reemerging Militancy
After years of setbacks, a new kind of militancy is taking shape.
Kashmir’s Reemerging Militancy
China's Jewel in the Heart of the Indian Ocean
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China's Jewel in the Heart of the Indian Ocean
The Colombo Port City project was conceived by Sri Lanka, but is now an almost 100 percent Chinese undertaking.
China's Jewel in the Heart of the Indian Ocean
Why India Needs Both Nuclear and Conventional Submarines
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Why India Needs Both Nuclear and Conventional Submarines
In an Indian context, an all-nuclear submarine force is an essentially flawed idea.
Why India Needs Both Nuclear and Conventional Submarines
In India, Religion Meets Feminism
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In India, Religion Meets Feminism
In India, priestesses and goddesses lead the fight for women’s empowerment.
In India, Religion Meets Feminism
The Pakistan Army's Curious Punjab Operation
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The Pakistan Army's Curious Punjab Operation
For an offensive supposedly aimed at terrorists, the military has selected some odd targets.
The Pakistan Army's Curious Punjab Operation
Nepal and Its Neighbors
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Nepal and Its Neighbors
Changing dynamics between Nepal, China, and India highlight the need for deft diplomacy in Kathmandu.
Nepal and Its Neighbors
(Ab)normal Nuclear Pakistan
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(Ab)normal Nuclear Pakistan
Pakistan's nuclear policy is a product of both mistrust toward the U.S. and threat perceptions vis-a-vis India.
(Ab)normal Nuclear Pakistan
Visions of Nepal: One Year After the Quake
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Visions of Nepal: One Year After the Quake
Recovery has been slow, but the Nepalese remain impressively stoic.
Visions of Nepal: One Year After the Quake
The Great Nepal Earthquake: One Year Later
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The Great Nepal Earthquake: One Year Later
A year later, there has been little progress in rebuilding Nepal.
The Great Nepal Earthquake: One Year Later
India’s ASEAN Approach: Acting East
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India’s ASEAN Approach: Acting East
How India's approach to ASEAN has evolved, and where it stands now.
India’s ASEAN Approach: Acting East
Crunch Time for Pakistan’s Extremist Battle
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Crunch Time for Pakistan’s Extremist Battle
Devastating recent attacks raise the stakes for the government.
Crunch Time for Pakistan’s Extremist Battle
The Politics Of Yoga
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The Politics Of Yoga
India’s PM has been aggressively promoting the practice. Not everybody is happy about it.
The Politics Of Yoga
Former Guantanamo Prisoner Leads Afghanistan's Fight Against ISIS
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Former Guantanamo Prisoner Leads Afghanistan's Fight Against ISIS
Achin's district governor is at war with an old friend from Guantanamo Bay.
Former Guantanamo Prisoner Leads Afghanistan's Fight Against ISIS
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