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
Is India About to Abandon Its No-First Use Nuclear Doctrine?
April 09, 2014
Is India About to Abandon Its No-First Use Nuclear Doctrine?
The BJP election manifesto suggests that India may soon adopt a more aggressive stance on nuclear weapons.
Is India About to Abandon Its No-First Use Nuclear Doctrine?
US Ambassador to India Resigns
April 03, 2014
US Ambassador to India Resigns
U.S. Ambassador to India Nancy Powell resigns at a time when U.S.-India relations are fragile.
US Ambassador to India Resigns
The Indian Mujahideen are Leaderless
April 01, 2014
The Indian Mujahideen are Leaderless
The entire top leadership of the Indian Mujahideen, a home-grown terror group, has been arrested.
The Indian Mujahideen are Leaderless
Why Did BRICS Back Russia on Crimea?
March 31, 2014
Why Did BRICS Back Russia on Crimea?
The BRICS's support for Russia shows the Western-dominated post-Cold War order is eroding.
Why Did BRICS Back Russia on Crimea?
Amid Ukraine Crisis, Russia Pursues Energy Deals With Asia
March 26, 2014
Amid Ukraine Crisis, Russia Pursues Energy Deals With Asia
Igor Sechin, CEO of Rosneft, is on a tour of Japan, India, South Korea and Vietnam.
Amid Ukraine Crisis, Russia Pursues Energy Deals With Asia
India, Pakistan Remain Lacking in Nuclear Security
March 24, 2014
India, Pakistan Remain Lacking in Nuclear Security
India and Pakistan both have inadequate nuclear security provisions. What do they need to do?
India, Pakistan Remain Lacking in Nuclear Security
East Asia Arms Imports Surged by 25% in 2013
March 21, 2014
East Asia Arms Imports Surged by 25% in 2013
According to IHS Jane’s, East Asia’s arms imports increased by one-fourth in 2013. India’s increased by $1.8 billion.
East Asia Arms Imports Surged by 25% in 2013
US Military Surplus Hardware in Afghanistan Might End Up with Pakistan
March 20, 2014
US Military Surplus Hardware in Afghanistan Might End Up with Pakistan
The United States is considering selling and transferring some of its Afghan War surplus to Pakistan.
US Military Surplus Hardware in Afghanistan Might End Up with Pakistan
India’s Record-Breaking 2014 Elections
March 13, 2014
India’s Record-Breaking 2014 Elections
Coordinating a national election in the world's largest democracy is no easy task.
India’s Record-Breaking 2014 Elections
Iran and Pakistan’s Coming Clash
March 13, 2014
Iran and Pakistan’s Coming Clash
Iran and Pakistan are on a collision course as a series of issues are straining ties.
Iran and Pakistan’s Coming Clash
The Geopolitics of Afghanistan's Future
March 12, 2014
The Geopolitics of Afghanistan's Future
In their third podcast, the U.S. team discusses MH370 and the geopolitics of Afghanistan following NATO's withdrawal.
The Geopolitics of Afghanistan's Future
India Wades Into South China Sea Dispute
March 12, 2014
India Wades Into South China Sea Dispute
Indian officials have suggested that Delhi is preparing to become more actively involved in the South China Sea.
India Wades Into South China Sea Dispute
India Backs Russia’s ‘Legitimate Interests’ in Ukraine
March 08, 2014
India Backs Russia’s ‘Legitimate Interests’ in Ukraine
India broke with the international community in acknowledging that Russia has legitimate interests in Ukraine.
India Backs Russia’s ‘Legitimate Interests’ in Ukraine
Pankaj Mishra
March 06, 2014
Pankaj Mishra
The Diplomat speaks with essayist and novelist Pankaj Mishra about his latest book A Great Clamour: Encounters with China and Its Neighbors, Chinese and Indian mutual distrust, perceptions of Tibet, and Chinese-style capitalism.
Pankaj Mishra
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