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Chinese Premier Li’s Visit to Pakistan: Hope Meets Reality
May 24, 2013
Chinese Premier Li’s Visit to Pakistan: Hope Meets Reality
As the U.S. presence in the region scales down, how strong is the Islamabad-Beijing alliance?
Chinese Premier Li’s Visit to Pakistan: Hope Meets Reality
Bursting the Imran Khan Bubble
May 24, 2013
Bursting the Imran Khan Bubble
Although falling short of expectations in Pakistan’s elections, the former cricketer gets a chance to govern.
Bursting the Imran Khan Bubble
Can India and China Shake Hands Across the Himalayas?
May 24, 2013
Can India and China Shake Hands Across the Himalayas?
It is time for New Delhi to unshackle its relationship with Beijing from the past.
Can India and China Shake Hands Across the Himalayas?
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Talks State Security
May 23, 2013
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Talks State Security
Omar Abdullah spoke in New Delhi about his state’s struggle with security.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah Talks State Security
Changing the India-U.S. Scenario
May 23, 2013
Changing the India-U.S. Scenario
In Indian Ocean geopolitics, the U.S. pursues its own interests. India should do the same.
Changing the India-U.S. Scenario
Undermining Iran’s Islamic Republic From Within
May 23, 2013
Undermining Iran’s Islamic Republic From Within
Constant meddling threatens to drag the Supreme Leader into the political mud.
Undermining Iran’s Islamic Republic From Within
How the ETIM Enigma Haunts Pakistan-China Relations
May 22, 2013
How the ETIM Enigma Haunts Pakistan-China Relations
A recent video apparently shows a Chinese rebel training camp in Pakistan. That could complicate ties.
How the ETIM Enigma Haunts Pakistan-China Relations
The History Project: Inspiring Indian and Pakistani Children to Rethink the Past
May 20, 2013
The History Project: Inspiring Indian and Pakistani Children to Rethink the Past
A new project questions India and Pakistan’s shared historical narrative.
The History Project: Inspiring Indian and Pakistani Children to Rethink the Past
Shehzad Roy: Fighting for Change in Pakistani Education
May 16, 2013
Shehzad Roy: Fighting for Change in Pakistani Education
Shehzad Roy is calling worldwide attention to problems in Pakistan’s education system.
Shehzad Roy: Fighting for Change in Pakistani Education
May 16, 2013
Pakistan’s Elections: A Harbinger of Peace on the Subcontinent?
Pakistan’s elections mark a new era for the nation and could potentially promote peace in the region.
Pakistan’s Elections: A Harbinger of Peace on the Subcontinent?
Afghan-Pakistani Border Row: A Double-Edged Sword for India
May 16, 2013
Afghan-Pakistani Border Row: A Double-Edged Sword for India
The Afghan-Pakistani border row mirrors and influences India’s border dispute with China.
Afghan-Pakistani Border Row: A Double-Edged Sword for India
<em>New York Times</em> Correspondent Expelled From Pakistan
May 14, 2013
New York Times Correspondent Expelled From Pakistan
Pakistani journalists respond to the news that Declan Walsh has been expelled from the country.
New York Times Correspondent Expelled From Pakistan
Would a Rafsanjani Presidency Undermine Deal with Iran?
May 14, 2013
Would a Rafsanjani Presidency Undermine Deal with Iran?
Would a Rafsanjani win kill the chance of a deal with the west over Tehran’s nuclear program?
Would a Rafsanjani Presidency Undermine Deal with Iran?
India and Pakistan: Reflections on a Legacy of Political Heroes
May 13, 2013
India and Pakistan: Reflections on a Legacy of Political Heroes
India and Pakistan love their political heroes, from Indira Gandhi to the recent campaign by Imran Khan.
India and Pakistan: Reflections on a Legacy of Political Heroes
Lessons From Karnataka
May 10, 2013
Lessons From Karnataka
Election results in the southern Indian state of Karnataka could provide a preview of next year’s general election.
Lessons From Karnataka
Diplomacy Trumps Jingoism at Ladakh Border
May 09, 2013
Diplomacy Trumps Jingoism at Ladakh Border
Democracy prevailed at the Indo-Chinese border. Hopefully, this becomes a trend.
Diplomacy Trumps Jingoism at Ladakh Border
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