The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
July 22, 2014
The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
President Xi Jinping and Premier Narendra Modi are seeking a detente. But will it last?
The Promise and Peril of China-India Ties
BRICS Announce New Development Bank
July 17, 2014
BRICS Announce New Development Bank
The new bank will require a $10 billion commitment by each nation.
BRICS Announce New Development Bank
India’s Modi Approves Aircraft Carrier Funding
July 11, 2014
India’s Modi Approves Aircraft Carrier Funding
This week Modi agreed to release $3.18 billion to finish construction of India’s first indigenous carrier.
India’s Modi Approves Aircraft Carrier Funding
Why India Must Move Beyond English
July 11, 2014
Why India Must Move Beyond English
India’s obsession with English holds back both its economic development and the quality of its education.
Why India Must Move Beyond English
International Court Rules in Favor of Bangladesh on Maritime Dispute With India
July 10, 2014
International Court Rules in Favor of Bangladesh on Maritime Dispute With India
The two South Asian neighbors resolved a long-standing maritime dispute.
International Court Rules in Favor of Bangladesh on Maritime Dispute With India
Can India Avoid Iraq’s Sectarian Conflict?
June 26, 2014
Can India Avoid Iraq’s Sectarian Conflict?
Around 25,000 Indian Shias have volunteered to travel to Iraq to defend the Shia government in Baghdad.
Can India Avoid Iraq’s Sectarian Conflict?
Is India Building Thermonuclear Weapons?
June 21, 2014
Is India Building Thermonuclear Weapons?
A new uranium enrichment facility is fueling concerns that India is intent on building thermonuclear weapons.
Is India Building Thermonuclear Weapons?
A Clear and Present Danger to India’s Secularism
June 10, 2014
A Clear and Present Danger to India’s Secularism
Narendra Modi presents a multi-faceted challenge to India’s long-cherished secularism.
A Clear and Present Danger to India’s Secularism
Russia Ends Arms Embargo Against Pakistan
June 04, 2014
Russia Ends Arms Embargo Against Pakistan
Although the decision will irk India, it is most likely related to the drawdown of NATO forces in Afghanistan.
Russia Ends Arms Embargo Against Pakistan
Modi is NOT India’s Shinzo Abe
May 27, 2014
Modi is NOT India’s Shinzo Abe
Despite obvious similarities, Modi and Abe differ substantially. Still, Indo-Japanese ties will flourish under them.
Modi is NOT India’s Shinzo Abe
Should Pakistan Welcome Modi’s Election in India?
May 17, 2014
Should Pakistan Welcome Modi’s Election in India?
Narendra Modi and the Bharatiya Janata Party’s victory may ultimately work out in Pakistan’s favor.
Should Pakistan Welcome Modi’s Election in India?
India Inches Closer to Credible Nuclear Triad With K-4 SLBM Test
May 13, 2014
India Inches Closer to Credible Nuclear Triad With K-4 SLBM Test
India successfully tested a submarine-launched ballistic missile with a 3,000 km range.
India Inches Closer to Credible Nuclear Triad With K-4 SLBM Test
Indian Elections 2014: Political Discourse Reaches a New Low
May 02, 2014
Indian Elections 2014: Political Discourse Reaches a New Low
Media and political discourse in India during the elections are growing increasingly scandalous.
Indian Elections 2014: Political Discourse Reaches a New Low
India’s Worsening Water Crisis
April 19, 2014
India’s Worsening Water Crisis
114 million Indians will soon face desperate domestic, agricultural and industrial shortages borne of a water crisis.
India’s Worsening Water Crisis
Indian Supreme Court Creates ‘Third Gender’ Category for Transgenders
April 15, 2014
Indian Supreme Court Creates ‘Third Gender’ Category for Transgenders
The Indian Supreme Court’s ruling on Tuesday aims to empower India’s Hirja population.
Indian Supreme Court Creates ‘Third Gender’ Category for Transgenders
No, India Won't Abandon Its No First-Use Nuclear Doctrine
April 15, 2014
No, India Won't Abandon Its No First-Use Nuclear Doctrine
The BJP will not abandon India's no first-use (NFU) nuclear doctrine.
No, India Won't Abandon Its No First-Use Nuclear Doctrine
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