Society In Kashmir, Counterinsurgents’ Widows Fight to Save Their Sons By Aliya Bashir | October 04, 2022
After their husbands’ killings, these women desperately sought to protect their sons from ongoing violence, even as they are largely shunned by society.
Magazine The China Factor in Taiwan’s Midterms By Brian Hioe and Lev Nachman | October 01, 2022
Will China’s military threats impact Taiwan’s upcoming local elections?
Diplomacy The Vatican’s Diplomacy in Central Asia By Michel Chambon | October 03, 2022
Pope Francis’ recent trip to Central Asia cemented the importance of Asian countries in the Vatican’s global strategy – and the pope’s willingness to engage with political issues.
Magazine 60 Years After the Sino-Indian War By Sushant Singh | October 01, 2022
The lingering standoff that began in 2020 reveals how little progress has been made on the border dispute between China and India.
Magazine Terrorists in Taliban-Ruled Afghanistan By Jonathan Schroden | October 01, 2022
Afghanistan remains a simmering cauldron of jihadist terrorist groups, various actors seeking to counter them, and conflict and cooperation among the groups themselves.