In Pakistan, US & India More Popular Than Extremist Groups
August 29, 2014
In Pakistan, US & India More Popular Than Extremist Groups
Pakistanis have a more favorable view of India and the U.S. than of either the Taliban or al-Qaeda.
In Pakistan, US & India More Popular Than Extremist Groups
Afghanistan and Pakistan Crises Throw US Planning Into Flux
August 29, 2014
Afghanistan and Pakistan Crises Throw US Planning Into Flux
U.S. foreign policy will need to react flexibly and creatively to possible outcomes in Afghanistan and Pakistan.
Afghanistan and Pakistan Crises Throw US Planning Into Flux
Despite Protests, Pakistan’s Sharif Remains Popular
August 28, 2014
Despite Protests, Pakistan’s Sharif Remains Popular
Amid ongoing protests, 64 percent of Pakistanis have a favorable view of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif.
Despite Protests, Pakistan’s Sharif Remains Popular
The Geopolitical Implications of Pakistan's Political Crisis
August 23, 2014
The Geopolitical Implications of Pakistan's Political Crisis
U.S. editors Ankit Panda and Zachary Keck discuss Pakistan's political crisis.
The Geopolitical Implications of Pakistan's Political Crisis
Raghuram Rajan: Why Does India 'Tolerate the Venal Politician?'
August 22, 2014
Raghuram Rajan: Why Does India 'Tolerate the Venal Politician?'
Also, the Taliban ramps up its attacks, Sushma Swaraj talks Hindu identity and more. Friday links.
Raghuram Rajan: Why Does India 'Tolerate the Venal Politician?'
India and Pakistan Celebrate Independence
August 16, 2014
India and Pakistan Celebrate Independence
67 years later, Pakistan continues to simmer with violence and uncertainty while India makes slow but steady progress.
India and Pakistan Celebrate Independence
Blasphemy and Religious Intolerance in Pakistan
August 07, 2014
Blasphemy and Religious Intolerance in Pakistan
Recent violence against the Ahmadi minority is part of a disturbing trend.
Blasphemy and Religious Intolerance in Pakistan
John Kerry Meets Narendra Modi
August 02, 2014
John Kerry Meets Narendra Modi
Plus, the BJP will reform India's labor laws, Afghanistan's audit continues, and more. Weekend links.
John Kerry Meets Narendra Modi
The Haqqani Threat to the US-Pakistan Détente
July 31, 2014
The Haqqani Threat to the US-Pakistan Détente
America and Pakistan have seen relations improve in recent months. Unfortunately, the Haqqani network could derail this.
The Haqqani Threat to the US-Pakistan Détente
Pakistan Decreases its UN Peacekeeping Contributions
July 24, 2014
Pakistan Decreases its UN Peacekeeping Contributions
Plus, Afghanistan's national unity government, the BJP gets strict with its members and more. Mid-week links.
Pakistan Decreases its UN Peacekeeping Contributions
Pakistan, Belarus Plan Military and Technical Cooperation
July 17, 2014
Pakistan, Belarus Plan Military and Technical Cooperation
Pakistan may be looking to export arms to Belarus.
Pakistan, Belarus Plan Military and Technical Cooperation
Time for Pakistan to Integrate Gilgit-Baltistan
July 12, 2014
Time for Pakistan to Integrate Gilgit-Baltistan
Escalating tensions in a remote territory threaten to drag Pakistan into yet another conflict.
Time for Pakistan to Integrate Gilgit-Baltistan
Pakistan’s Woeful Record on ‘Honor Killings’
July 09, 2014
Pakistan’s Woeful Record on ‘Honor Killings’
After a particularly shocking case, will Pakistan finally revise its laws?
Pakistan’s Woeful Record on ‘Honor Killings’
Indian Government Unveils Railways Budget
July 09, 2014
Indian Government Unveils Railways Budget
Plus, Pakistan continues Operation Zarb-e-Azb, and India mulls de-licensing defense products. Mid-week links.
Indian Government Unveils Railways Budget
Asia's Most Fragile States Are in South Asia
June 26, 2014
Asia's Most Fragile States Are in South Asia
The Fund for Peace's 2014 Fragile States Index (FSI) scores South Asian states poorly on state stability.
Asia's Most Fragile States Are in South Asia
Pakistan's Home-Made Monster: The Taliban
June 11, 2014
Pakistan's Home-Made Monster: The Taliban
The attack on Karachi International Airport demonstrates that it is long past time for Pakistan to end the Taliban.
Pakistan's Home-Made Monster: The Taliban
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