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Did the OIC’s Dhaka Declaration Snub the Kashmir Problem?
May 11, 2018
Did the OIC’s Dhaka Declaration Snub the Kashmir Problem?
Kashmir barely rated a mention in the document, while host Bangladesh called for India to gain observer status in the OIC.
Did the OIC’s Dhaka Declaration Snub the Kashmir Problem?
What Will India-Pakistan Peace Take?
May 11, 2018
What Will India-Pakistan Peace Take?
Is a genuine normalization of relations between India and Pakistan possible?
What Will India-Pakistan Peace Take?
Saudi Arabia's New Taliban Strategy
May 10, 2018
Saudi Arabia's New Taliban Strategy
By embracing a hardline anti-Taliban strategy, Saudi Arabia hopes to force the Taliban to abandon its military ambitions.
Saudi Arabia's New Taliban Strategy
Air India Privatization Faces Roadblocks as Prospective Buyers Drop Out
May 10, 2018
Air India Privatization Faces Roadblocks as Prospective Buyers Drop Out
India is finally planning on privatizing Air India. What will it take to make that happen?
Air India Privatization Faces Roadblocks as Prospective Buyers Drop Out
India's Growing Afghanistan Challenge
May 10, 2018
India's Growing Afghanistan Challenge
As the security situation in Afghanistan deteriorates, what are the stakes for New Delhi?
India's Growing Afghanistan Challenge
Why India Will Struggle to Extradite Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi
May 10, 2018
Why India Will Struggle to Extradite Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi
India has a poor track record when seeking to extradite fugitives from the U.K.
Why India Will Struggle to Extradite Vijay Mallya and Nirav Modi
What Trump's Iran Decision Means for India
May 08, 2018
What Trump's Iran Decision Means for India
A decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal will test India’s foreign policy as well as U.S.-India relations.
What Trump's Iran Decision Means for India
Pakistan Interior Minister's Would-Be Assassin Reportedly Linked to Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan
May 08, 2018
Pakistan Interior Minister's Would-Be Assassin Reportedly Linked to Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan
The man who tried to kill Ahsan Iqbal is reportedly affiliated with the radical Barelvi party.
Pakistan Interior Minister's Would-Be Assassin Reportedly Linked to Tehreek-e-Labbaik Pakistan
The Privatization of Heritage: Why Corporate Funding To Restore Monuments Worries India
May 08, 2018
The Privatization of Heritage: Why Corporate Funding To Restore Monuments Worries India
India's “Adopt a Heritage” scheme raises serious questions about historical and cultural integrity.
The Privatization of Heritage: Why Corporate Funding To Restore Monuments Worries India
The Myth of Patriotism in Pakistan
May 08, 2018
The Myth of Patriotism in Pakistan
In Pakistan today, service alone lacks impact and the politicization of faith necessitates violence.
The Myth of Patriotism in Pakistan
How Pakistan Weaponized ‘Love for Prophet Muhammad’
May 08, 2018
How Pakistan Weaponized ‘Love for Prophet Muhammad’
How Pakistan's anti-Ahmadiyya campaigns links to a recent assassination attempt.
How Pakistan Weaponized ‘Love for Prophet Muhammad’
Pakistan’s Counterproductive Dismissal of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement
May 04, 2018
Pakistan’s Counterproductive Dismissal of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement
PTM’s criticism of the Pakistani military is furious, but their methods are constitutional and Islamabad would be better off listening.
Pakistan’s Counterproductive Dismissal of the Pashtun Tahafuz Movement
More Than Leadership, the Commonwealth Needs a Purpose
May 03, 2018
More Than Leadership, the Commonwealth Needs a Purpose
Renewed interest in India and the UK might provide new impetus to the 53-member group.
More Than Leadership, the Commonwealth Needs a Purpose
Can the Application of Universal Jurisdiction Foster Accountability in Sri Lanka?
May 03, 2018
Can the Application of Universal Jurisdiction Foster Accountability in Sri Lanka?
A closer look at an important question.
Can the Application of Universal Jurisdiction Foster Accountability in Sri Lanka?
A Lesson for India in Japan's Approach to China's Belt and Road Initiative
May 02, 2018
A Lesson for India in Japan's Approach to China's Belt and Road Initiative
India would do well to learn from Japan and not remain totally closed to the BRI.
A Lesson for India in Japan's Approach to China's Belt and Road Initiative
Gwadar’s Water Crisis
May 01, 2018
Gwadar’s Water Crisis
Gwadar, the regional hub of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor struggles with continuous water crisis after years of chronic water shortages.
Gwadar’s Water Crisis
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