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Iran's Rouhani Comes to India: What to Expect
February 17, 2018
Iran's Rouhani Comes to India: What to Expect
The Iranian president will come to New Delhi with an economic agenda on his mind.
Iran's Rouhani Comes to India: What to Expect
Nepal Has a New Prime Minister. Now Comes the Hard Part.
February 17, 2018
Nepal Has a New Prime Minister. Now Comes the Hard Part.
Will the second time be the charm for K.P. Sharma Oli?
Nepal Has a New Prime Minister. Now Comes the Hard Part.
Is This the End of the Two-Party System in Bangladesh?
February 16, 2018
Is This the End of the Two-Party System in Bangladesh?
Less than a year ahead of national polls, the leader of Bangladesh's opposition party has been convicted of corruption.
Is This the End of the Two-Party System in Bangladesh?
India Gains Access to Oman's Duqm Port, Putting the Indian Ocean Geopolitical Contest in the Spotlight
February 14, 2018
India Gains Access to Oman's Duqm Port, Putting the Indian Ocean Geopolitical Contest in the Spotlight
Duqm adds an important node to a growing network of facilities in the Indian Ocean held by actors with interests in preserving the status quo.
India Gains Access to Oman's Duqm Port, Putting the Indian Ocean Geopolitical Contest in the Spotlight
By-Election in Punjab Reveals an Uphill Struggle for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf
February 14, 2018
By-Election in Punjab Reveals an Uphill Struggle for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf
What does the recent by-election in Punjab tell us about the province's political dynamics?
By-Election in Punjab Reveals an Uphill Struggle for Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaaf
The Pashtun Long March: Reviving the Nonviolent Creed of Bacha Khan
February 13, 2018
The Pashtun Long March: Reviving the Nonviolent Creed of Bacha Khan
What could Bacha Khan teach Pakistan in light of the Pashtun Long March?
The Pashtun Long March: Reviving the Nonviolent Creed of Bacha Khan
A New Reality Confronts India in the Middle East
February 13, 2018
A New Reality Confronts India in the Middle East
India is still stuck in the age-old debates of the Israel-Arab rivalry whereas the Middle East has moved on. Can Modi change that?
A New Reality Confronts India in the Middle East
Flagging Pakistani Taliban Loses Another Top Gun
February 10, 2018
Flagging Pakistani Taliban Loses Another Top Gun
Mehsud Taliban leader Khan Said Sajna is reported dead in a drone strike.
Flagging Pakistani Taliban Loses Another Top Gun
Can Soft Power Help Repair China-India Ties?
February 10, 2018
Can Soft Power Help Repair China-India Ties?
Bollywood and student exchanges can help change the negative narrative in China-India relations.
Can Soft Power Help Repair China-India Ties?
Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
February 09, 2018
Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
Nepal’s two transitional justice mechanisms have failed to deliver justice to war-era victims.
Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
US Air Campaign in Afghanistan Hits Targets Near Tajik and Chinese Border
February 09, 2018
US Air Campaign in Afghanistan Hits Targets Near Tajik and Chinese Border
The U.S. airstrikes in Badakhshan are likely to please China, which may be helping the Afghans build a base in the region.
US Air Campaign in Afghanistan Hits Targets Near Tajik and Chinese Border
Love in the Time of Patriarchy: 'Love Jihad' in India
February 09, 2018
Love in the Time of Patriarchy: 'Love Jihad' in India
The murder of 23-year-old photographer Ankit Saxena reveals India’s dirty underbelly of religious and caste intolerance.
Love in the Time of Patriarchy: 'Love Jihad' in India
Democracy on the Brink in Maldives
February 09, 2018
Democracy on the Brink in Maldives
The current crisis is the culmination of political trends years in the making.
Democracy on the Brink in Maldives
Police in India Punish Muslim Victims in ‘Mob Lynching’ Case
February 08, 2018
Police in India Punish Muslim Victims in ‘Mob Lynching’ Case
After a deadly 2017 case of cow vigilantism, the victims are the ones being charged.
Police in India Punish Muslim Victims in ‘Mob Lynching’ Case
India's New Gateway to Bhutan
February 08, 2018
India's New Gateway to Bhutan
Northeast India could be Bhutan's new gateway to the world.
India's New Gateway to Bhutan
Pashtun Tribes Stage Unprecedented Protest in Pakistan
February 08, 2018
Pashtun Tribes Stage Unprecedented Protest in Pakistan
Pashtuns from Pakistan's tribal regions are demanding an end to decades of mistreatment.
Pashtun Tribes Stage Unprecedented Protest in Pakistan
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