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India to Possibly Halt All Iran Oil Imports
March 26, 2013
India to Possibly Halt All Iran Oil Imports
As the second largest consumer of Iranian crude, India currently buys 25 percent of Tehran’s oil exports.
India to Possibly Halt All Iran Oil Imports
India and Sri Lanka: More Constructive Role Needed
March 25, 2013
India and Sri Lanka: More Constructive Role Needed
It’s time for India to step up and encourage Sri Lanka to address lingering grievances.
India and Sri Lanka: More Constructive Role Needed
The Democratization of India's Foreign Policy
March 22, 2013
The Democratization of India's Foreign Policy
India’s vote for Sri Lanka to have a war crimes investigation reveals the public’s sway over foreign affairs.
The Democratization of India's Foreign Policy
10% of Pakistani Children Die Before Their 5th Birthday
March 21, 2013
10% of Pakistani Children Die Before Their 5th Birthday
An average of 400,000 infants die before their first birthday in Pakistan every year.
10% of Pakistani Children Die Before Their 5th Birthday
Nitish Kumar Makes His Move
March 20, 2013
Nitish Kumar Makes His Move
Has the architect of the Bihar growth story just made his move for a national role?
Nitish Kumar Makes His Move
A Point of No Return for the U.S.-Afghan Relationship?
March 15, 2013
A Point of No Return for the U.S.-Afghan Relationship?
Afghan President Hamid Karzai has accused the U.S. of working with the Taliban. A diplomatic tailspin ensues.
A Point of No Return for the U.S.-Afghan Relationship?
Italy Refuses to Send Accused Marines Back to India for Trial
March 15, 2013
Italy Refuses to Send Accused Marines Back to India for Trial
Italy’s refusal to return two marines accused of murder in India has sparked a diplomatic row.
Italy Refuses to Send Accused Marines Back to India for Trial
Rahul Gandhi: A Political Dynasty’s Enigmatic Son
March 12, 2013
Rahul Gandhi: A Political Dynasty’s Enigmatic Son
The Diplomat spoke with Aarthi Ramachandran, author of Decoding Rahul Gandhi.
Rahul Gandhi: A Political Dynasty’s Enigmatic Son
March 08, 2013
Indian President Visits a Tumultuous Bangladesh
For Indian head of state Pranab Mukherjee, the visit to Dhaka this week was more than symbolic.
Indian President Visits a Tumultuous Bangladesh
Gujarati Chief Minister Modi’s Search for Legitimacy
March 08, 2013
Gujarati Chief Minister Modi’s Search for Legitimacy
Gujarati chief minister Narendra Modi is appealing to the mainstream with a narrative of economic success.
Gujarati Chief Minister Modi’s Search for Legitimacy
The Left Gains Ground in India’s Northeast
March 04, 2013
The Left Gains Ground in India’s Northeast
The assembly election results from India’s northeast are a reminder of the nation’s political division.
The Left Gains Ground in India’s Northeast
India: The Politics of Budgeting
March 01, 2013
India: The Politics of Budgeting
India has unveiled its 2013 budget. Politics have taken precedence over economics.
India: The Politics of Budgeting
Argo, F**k Yourself: Iran and the Oscars
March 01, 2013
Argo, F**k Yourself: Iran and the Oscars
Iranians are none too pleased with the depiction of their country in Ben Affleck’s Oscar-winning film Argo.
Argo, F**k Yourself: Iran and the Oscars
Nepal’s Elections Hang in the Balance
February 25, 2013
Nepal’s Elections Hang in the Balance
Despite hope that Nepal’s crawl toward democracy will continue, uncertainty and infighting persist.
Nepal’s Elections Hang in the Balance
Terror Strikes Hyderabad Again
February 22, 2013
Terror Strikes Hyderabad Again
A bomb blast in Hyderabad has heated tensions. Speculation is mounting over who is behind the attack.
Terror Strikes Hyderabad Again
Bangladesh Amends War Crimes Law After Mass Protests
February 21, 2013
Bangladesh Amends War Crimes Law After Mass Protests
Bangladesh’s new war crime law has brought secularism and human rights to the fore.
Bangladesh Amends War Crimes Law After Mass Protests
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