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Death of a Restaurant or of Hope in Kabul?
January 31, 2014
Death of a Restaurant or of Hope in Kabul?
A bombing at a restaurant in Kabul speaks volumes about Afghanistan's future.
Death of a Restaurant or of Hope in Kabul?
Pakistani Troops Violate Ceasefire With India
January 31, 2014
Pakistani Troops Violate Ceasefire With India
After a period of relative tranquility, Pakistani troops violated the LoC ceasefire for the first time in 2014.
Pakistani Troops Violate Ceasefire With India
Rahul Gandhi's First Television Interview: Mixed Impressions
January 29, 2014
Rahul Gandhi's First Television Interview: Mixed Impressions
Rahul Gandhi's first major TV appearance sends mixed signals to Indian voters.
Rahul Gandhi's First Television Interview: Mixed Impressions
New Delhi No Haven for Burmese Refugees
January 28, 2014
New Delhi No Haven for Burmese Refugees
Minorities from Myanmar face abuses and other struggles in India’s capital.
New Delhi No Haven for Burmese Refugees
What Can Manmohan Singh Accomplish By Visiting Pakistan?
January 28, 2014
What Can Manmohan Singh Accomplish By Visiting Pakistan?
Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will visit Pakistan in March to reignite the Composite Dialogue Process.
What Can Manmohan Singh Accomplish By Visiting Pakistan?
Karzai Government Submits False Evidence To Substantiate US Collateral Damage
January 27, 2014
Karzai Government Submits False Evidence To Substantiate US Collateral Damage
The Afghan government presented false evidence to accuse the U.S. of unacceptable collateral damage. Why?
Karzai Government Submits False Evidence To Substantiate US Collateral Damage
Celebrating Words And Ideas In India's 'Pink City': The World's Largest Literary Festival
January 25, 2014
Celebrating Words And Ideas In India's 'Pink City': The World's Largest Literary Festival
The Diplomat's Ram Mashru reflects on the 2014 Jaipur Literary Festival.
Celebrating Words And Ideas In India's 'Pink City': The World's Largest Literary Festival
The Indian Supreme Court as Environmental Activist
January 24, 2014
The Indian Supreme Court as Environmental Activist
The country’s highest court has not been shy about using judicial activism to protect the environment
The Indian Supreme Court as Environmental Activist
Pakistan Ceases Cross-Border Movement With India After Drug Bust
January 24, 2014
Pakistan Ceases Cross-Border Movement With India After Drug Bust
Pakistan's response to an Indian drug bust highlights the weak foundations of bilateral trade talks.
Pakistan Ceases Cross-Border Movement With India After Drug Bust
Kejriwal’s Antics Cost Him His Honeymoon With The People
January 23, 2014
Kejriwal’s Antics Cost Him His Honeymoon With The People
Is Arvind Kejriwal not ready to lead New Delhi? His preference for protests over governance indicates as much.
Kejriwal’s Antics Cost Him His Honeymoon With The People
The Hard Politics Of Fighter Aircraft: India, Russia, and the PAK FA
January 23, 2014
The Hard Politics Of Fighter Aircraft: India, Russia, and the PAK FA
The Indian Air Force looks away from Russia for its fifth-generation fighter needs.
The Hard Politics Of Fighter Aircraft: India, Russia, and the PAK FA
India and Pakistan Reduce Barriers To Cross-Border Trade
January 22, 2014
India and Pakistan Reduce Barriers To Cross-Border Trade
Preliminary talks between India and Pakistan on trade have produced promising results.
India and Pakistan Reduce Barriers To Cross-Border Trade
Battle Lines Drawn for India's 2014 Parliamentary Elections
January 22, 2014
Battle Lines Drawn for India's 2014 Parliamentary Elections
As India gears up for parliamentary elections, what can voters expect?
Battle Lines Drawn for India's 2014 Parliamentary Elections
Pakistan, China Discuss 3-Plant Nuclear Energy Deal
January 21, 2014
Pakistan, China Discuss 3-Plant Nuclear Energy Deal
China could sell Pakistan three more nuclear plants for $13 billion in coming years.
Pakistan, China Discuss 3-Plant Nuclear Energy Deal
Northeast India Anticipates Seaport
January 20, 2014
Northeast India Anticipates Seaport
A joint India-Myanmar project will give the region access to a port. But it is not without controversy.
Northeast India Anticipates Seaport
India and Pakistan Continue Trade Talks
January 18, 2014
India and Pakistan Continue Trade Talks
India and Pakistan are engaged in trade talks, intended to maintain bilateral momentum ahead of India's elections.
India and Pakistan Continue Trade Talks
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