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India Makes Moves at Indonesia's Strategic Sabang Port
July 17, 2018
India Makes Moves at Indonesia's Strategic Sabang Port
The Indian Navy's "Act East" initiative begins at Sabang.
India Makes Moves at Indonesia's Strategic Sabang Port
Slow and Steady: India’s Tentative Steps Into the AI Race
July 14, 2018
Slow and Steady: India’s Tentative Steps Into the AI Race
A little late to the game, India certainly has the talent and expertise to be an AI power.
Slow and Steady: India’s Tentative Steps Into the AI Race
A Copper Plant Crisis Shows India Puts Profit Over People
July 13, 2018
A Copper Plant Crisis Shows India Puts Profit Over People
A simmering local dispute in Tamil Nadu emphasizes human security challenges in India.
A Copper Plant Crisis Shows India Puts Profit Over People
After Numerous Delays, India Should Announce Its New Industrial Policy
July 13, 2018
After Numerous Delays, India Should Announce Its New Industrial Policy
The government has insisted that a new policy is coming soon. However, after missing several self-imposed deadlines, why has the policy not yet been released?
After Numerous Delays, India Should Announce Its New Industrial Policy
In Rajasthan, When Narendra Modi’s 'Vikaas' Needed Desperate Support
July 13, 2018
In Rajasthan, When Narendra Modi’s 'Vikaas' Needed Desperate Support
The Indian prime minister's touting of new schemes needed a little help in Rajasthan.
In Rajasthan, When Narendra Modi’s 'Vikaas' Needed Desperate Support
Toward an India-South Korea Axis
July 13, 2018
Toward an India-South Korea Axis
When India’s ‘Act East Policy’ meets South Korea’s ‘New Southern Policy’ in the Indo-Pacific.
Toward an India-South Korea Axis
Pakistan’s Anti-Taliban Party on the Hit List Again
July 12, 2018
Pakistan’s Anti-Taliban Party on the Hit List Again
A brazen attack on the Awami National Party shatter hopes of a peaceful campaign season in Pakistan.
Pakistan’s Anti-Taliban Party on the Hit List Again
What Nawaz Sharif's Return to Pakistan Means for the Country's Politics
July 12, 2018
What Nawaz Sharif's Return to Pakistan Means for the Country's Politics
If Sharif wants to have any role in Pakistan’s politics, he has no option but to return to Pakistan.
What Nawaz Sharif's Return to Pakistan Means for the Country's Politics
Pakistani Military to Deploy Some 370,000 Troops During July 2018 Elections
July 12, 2018
Pakistani Military to Deploy Some 370,000 Troops During July 2018 Elections
The Pakistani military will monitor the country's upcoming general elections closely.
Pakistani Military to Deploy Some 370,000 Troops During July 2018 Elections
India's Chabahar Challenge Gets Serious
July 10, 2018
India's Chabahar Challenge Gets Serious
On Chabahar, New Delhi seems to be caught in a Catch-22 situation.
India's Chabahar Challenge Gets Serious
What’s Next for India-US Relations?
July 10, 2018
What’s Next for India-US Relations?
The India-US relationship is still determined to a large extent by the power asymmetry between the two powers.
What’s Next for India-US Relations?
The US-India Partnership and Its Discontents: Managing Trump-Era Turbulence
July 09, 2018
The US-India Partnership and Its Discontents: Managing Trump-Era Turbulence
Can Trump-era turbulence in the U.S.-India relationship be effectively managed?
The US-India Partnership and Its Discontents: Managing Trump-Era Turbulence
Why Can’t Pakistan Facilitate a Long-Term Ceasefire in Afghanistan?
July 04, 2018
Why Can’t Pakistan Facilitate a Long-Term Ceasefire in Afghanistan?
If Islamabad helped facilitate the recently concluded ceasefire, what’s stopping it from helping arrange a long-term ceasefire?
Why Can’t Pakistan Facilitate a Long-Term Ceasefire in Afghanistan?
A Solution or the Beginning of an Ethnic Crisis in the Afghan Parliamentary Elections?
July 04, 2018
A Solution or the Beginning of an Ethnic Crisis in the Afghan Parliamentary Elections?
The decision to divide Ghazni into three constituencies could deepen ethnic tensions in the province.
A Solution or the Beginning of an Ethnic Crisis in the Afghan Parliamentary Elections?
Pakistan's Bittersweet Election Season
July 03, 2018
Pakistan's Bittersweet Election Season
Instead of a celebration of democratic transfer of power, doubts are growing about interference in the political campaigns.
Pakistan's Bittersweet Election Season
India’s Nepal Challenge Intensifies
June 30, 2018
India’s Nepal Challenge Intensifies
India should give Nepal no reason to tilt toward China.
India’s Nepal Challenge Intensifies
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