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Afghanistan’s Milestone
April 06, 2014
Afghanistan’s Milestone
For the first time ever, one elected Afghan president is being succeeded by another as America’s strategic mission comes to an end.
Afghanistan’s Milestone
The Indian Elections—What the Congress Party Has to Say About Foreign Policy
April 05, 2014
The Indian Elections—What the Congress Party Has to Say About Foreign Policy
The party has released its manifesto, with an interesting framing of India’s role in the world.
The Indian Elections—What the Congress Party Has to Say About Foreign Policy
People in Afghanistan Ready to Defy the Taliban and Vote
April 04, 2014
People in Afghanistan Ready to Defy the Taliban and Vote
The Diplomat's correspondent Sanjay Kumar reports from Kabul, Afghanistan.
People in Afghanistan Ready to Defy the Taliban and Vote
Hindu Nationalism and ... Foreign Policy?
April 04, 2014
Hindu Nationalism and ... Foreign Policy?
What does Hindu nationalism have to say about international relations?
Hindu Nationalism and ... Foreign Policy?
US Ambassador to India Resigns
April 03, 2014
US Ambassador to India Resigns
U.S. Ambassador to India Nancy Powell resigns at a time when U.S.-India relations are fragile.
US Ambassador to India Resigns
Deserted Streets and Shops Reveal Anxiety in Kabul
April 02, 2014
Deserted Streets and Shops Reveal Anxiety in Kabul
In the run-up to the Afghan elections, deserted streets and shops in Kabul speak to a tense and anxious populace.
Deserted Streets and Shops Reveal Anxiety in Kabul
Pervez Musharraf Formally Indicted for Treason
April 01, 2014
Pervez Musharraf Formally Indicted for Treason
A Pakistani court has brought five charges of treason against Pervez Musharraf.
Pervez Musharraf Formally Indicted for Treason
The Indian Mujahideen are Leaderless
April 01, 2014
The Indian Mujahideen are Leaderless
The entire top leadership of the Indian Mujahideen, a home-grown terror group, has been arrested.
The Indian Mujahideen are Leaderless
India and Sri Lanka: Playing the Long Game?
March 31, 2014
India and Sri Lanka: Playing the Long Game?
Indian policy towards Sri Lanka is caught between the national interest and serving domestic interest groups.
India and Sri Lanka: Playing the Long Game?
Nepal’s Two Maoists Parties in Unification Bid
March 29, 2014
Nepal’s Two Maoists Parties in Unification Bid
After a significant loss of power, the two parties look set to come back together.
Nepal’s Two Maoists Parties in Unification Bid
Pakistan Will Not Receive US Military Hardware from Afghanistan
March 29, 2014
Pakistan Will Not Receive US Military Hardware from Afghanistan
Afghanistan will hang on to U.S. military equipment following the withdrawal; Pakistan will receive nothing.
Pakistan Will Not Receive US Military Hardware from Afghanistan
Afghanistan’s Flawed Elections: Not All Karzai’s Fault
March 28, 2014
Afghanistan’s Flawed Elections: Not All Karzai’s Fault
Next month’s election will likely feature serious irregularities. The blame should be shared.
Afghanistan’s Flawed Elections: Not All Karzai’s Fault
Pakistan President Visits Afghanistan
March 28, 2014
Pakistan President Visits Afghanistan
Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain visited Kabul for the first time since coming into office.
Pakistan President Visits Afghanistan
Politics in Bihar: Between Old and New
March 27, 2014
Politics in Bihar: Between Old and New
Bihar's struggle: while people yearn for change the ruling class and political parties want to thrive on the status quo.
Politics in Bihar: Between Old and New
Interview with Reza Aslan
March 27, 2014
Interview with Reza Aslan
The Diplomat speaks with scholar and writer Reza Aslan.
Interview with Reza Aslan
Taliban Ramp Up Violence Ahead of Afghan Election
March 26, 2014
Taliban Ramp Up Violence Ahead of Afghan Election
A group of Taliban gunmen and suicide bombers attacked Afghanistan's Independent Electoral Commission in Kabul.
Taliban Ramp Up Violence Ahead of Afghan Election
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