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India’s States Promote Electric Vehicles While the Central Government Equivocates
June 22, 2018
India’s States Promote Electric Vehicles While the Central Government Equivocates
States have announced policies to foster the adoption of electric vehicles. When will the central government follow suit?
India’s States Promote Electric Vehicles While the Central Government Equivocates
How Land Reform Can Help Reduce Terrorism in Pakistan
June 21, 2018
How Land Reform Can Help Reduce Terrorism in Pakistan
A recent World Bank project in Punjab addressed numerous grievances indirectly contributing to extremism throughout the province.
How Land Reform Can Help Reduce Terrorism in Pakistan
Why Afghan Peace Negotiations are Imminent
June 21, 2018
Why Afghan Peace Negotiations are Imminent
The conditions are ripening for talks between the Afghan government, the Taliban, and the United States to begin.
Why Afghan Peace Negotiations are Imminent
Pakistan's 2018 Election: A Springboard for Radicals With Political Aspirations
June 21, 2018
Pakistan's 2018 Election: A Springboard for Radicals With Political Aspirations
Radical groups will make the most of Pakistan's upcoming election.
Pakistan's 2018 Election: A Springboard for Radicals With Political Aspirations
Thirsty Days Ahead: Pakistan’s Looming Water Crisis
June 19, 2018
Thirsty Days Ahead: Pakistan’s Looming Water Crisis
Pakistan is running out of fresh water at an alarming rate.
Thirsty Days Ahead: Pakistan’s Looming Water Crisis
Who Will Be the Next Leader of the Pakistani Taliban?
June 19, 2018
Who Will Be the Next Leader of the Pakistani Taliban?
With Mullah Fazlullah's death in a drone strike, the TTP will need to pick a new chief.
Who Will Be the Next Leader of the Pakistani Taliban?
Why Is Shehbaz Sharif Highlighting India-Pakistan Relations?
June 18, 2018
Why Is Shehbaz Sharif Highlighting India-Pakistan Relations?
A look at the political calculus behind the prime minster candidate's recent tweet.
Why Is Shehbaz Sharif Highlighting India-Pakistan Relations?
Trump’s Strategy in Afghanistan: The Beginning of an Indefinite End
June 15, 2018
Trump’s Strategy in Afghanistan: The Beginning of an Indefinite End
Nearly a year after the strategy was introduced, the outcomes are inconclusive.
Trump’s Strategy in Afghanistan: The Beginning of an Indefinite End
How Can India Reform Its Civil Service?
June 15, 2018
How Can India Reform Its Civil Service?
“It is impossible to run a 21st century economy with a 19th century bureaucracy using 18th century rules.”
How Can India Reform Its Civil Service?
Are We Finally Seeing a Breakthrough in Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations?
June 15, 2018
Are We Finally Seeing a Breakthrough in Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations?
Recent exchanges, and the involvement of China and the US, hints that this time may be different.
Are We Finally Seeing a Breakthrough in Afghanistan-Pakistan Relations?
Mapping the Road to Pakistan's Next General Election
June 14, 2018
Mapping the Road to Pakistan's Next General Election
Pakistan's upcoming general elections will be a significant moment for the country's still-fragile democracy.
Mapping the Road to Pakistan's Next General Election
Is Nepal Ready to Become a Developing Country?
June 13, 2018
Is Nepal Ready to Become a Developing Country?
As Nepal prepares to leave the least developed country (LDC) category, it needs to manage the impact on its export sector.
Is Nepal Ready to Become a Developing Country?
India Makes Waves, Courts Central Asia at the SCO Summit
June 12, 2018
India Makes Waves, Courts Central Asia at the SCO Summit
India’s substantive engagement with wider Central Asia will be important going forward.
India Makes Waves, Courts Central Asia at the SCO Summit
The Taliban Made War. Are They Showing They Can Make Peace?
June 12, 2018
The Taliban Made War. Are They Showing They Can Make Peace?
The Taliban's announced ceasefire represents a tentative move toward peace. Will it hold?
The Taliban Made War. Are They Showing They Can Make Peace?
Can an India-China ‘Reset’ Help BCIM?
June 09, 2018
Can an India-China ‘Reset’ Help BCIM?
New Delhi needs to embrace the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar Forum for Regional Cooperation or be left behind.
Can an India-China ‘Reset’ Help BCIM?
Death Toll Rises in Bangladesh’s Anti-Drug War
June 08, 2018
Death Toll Rises in Bangladesh’s Anti-Drug War
More than 100 have been killed since a new anti-drug push began in Bangladesh.
Death Toll Rises in Bangladesh’s Anti-Drug War
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