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Justice Delayed in the Shahzeb Khan Murder Case
April 10, 2013
Justice Delayed in the Shahzeb Khan Murder Case
Shahzeb Khan’s murder has stirred Pakistani civil society, but his family still awaits justice.
Justice Delayed in the Shahzeb Khan Murder Case
Can Bihar Change?
April 09, 2013
Can Bihar Change?
A recent visit to Bihar leaves the author wondering about the Indian state’s lopsided progress.
Can Bihar Change?
Rahul Makes First Impression on India Inc.
April 06, 2013
Rahul Makes First Impression on India Inc.
Rahul Gandhi steps out for an important address. Did he hurt or help his chances for 2014?
Rahul Makes First Impression on India Inc.
Sri Lanka Continues to Strangle the Press
April 06, 2013
Sri Lanka Continues to Strangle the Press
The BBC has ceased broadcasting in Sri Lanka, another sign of the deterioration of press freedom.
Sri Lanka Continues to Strangle the Press
Joseph Colony: Attacked and Unprotected
April 05, 2013
Joseph Colony: Attacked and Unprotected
The anti-Christian attacks in Joseph Colony underline Pakistan’s need to better protect its minorities.
Joseph Colony: Attacked and Unprotected
Back to Basics For the BJP
April 04, 2013
Back to Basics For the BJP
The BJP has elevated a number of controversial politicians to its central ranks, giving a preview of upcoming elections.
Back to Basics For the BJP
Maldives Faces Mounting Diplomatic Pressure Before Mohamed Nasheed Trial
April 01, 2013
Maldives Faces Mounting Diplomatic Pressure Before Mohamed Nasheed Trial
Former Maldivian President Mohamed Nasheed’s trial will resume on April 4.
Maldives Faces Mounting Diplomatic Pressure Before Mohamed Nasheed Trial
What Does Musharraf’s Second Coming Mean for Pakistan?
March 27, 2013
What Does Musharraf’s Second Coming Mean for Pakistan?
The former dictator returns to a welcome that is likely to be turbulent, with uncertain consequences.
What Does Musharraf’s Second Coming Mean for Pakistan?
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
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