Kazakhstan Rocked By Bombing
A daring suicide bombing in the city of Taraz looks likely to have been aimed at the Kazakh security services.
Looking Forward in Sri Lanka
Sri Lankan Ambassador to the U.S. Jaliya Wickramasuriya talks to The Diplomat about his country’s future.
Will Kingfisher Get Bailout?
India’s Kingfisher airline is in trouble. But is the flamboyant lifestyle of its owner preventing a bailout?
U.S. Counters Chinese Bases
The U.S. has significantly expanded its presence among Asia-Pacific allies. China’s military is the key driver.
Sex, Politics & Seksualiti Merdeka
Malaysia’s decision to ban the Seksualiti Merdeka sexuality festival was depressingly intolerant.
Is China’s Africa Safari Faltering?
China’s willingness to invest in Africa’s has benefited the continent as well as itself. But if it doesn’t respond to growing mass political consciousness, it may all unravel.
India and the Afghan Endgame
As the U.S. starts to withdraw from Afghanistan, India’s military is stepping up with training for Afghans.