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India, Sri Lanka Agree to Step Up Anti-Terrorism Efforts
June 10, 2019
India, Sri Lanka Agree to Step Up Anti-Terrorism Efforts
The two sides increase cooperation after Narendra Modi’s reelection in India.
India, Sri Lanka Agree to Step Up Anti-Terrorism Efforts
Consolidating India’s Indian Ocean Strategy
June 07, 2019
Consolidating India’s Indian Ocean Strategy
Modi's government will need to balance economic, defense, and diplomatic outreach to advance its Indo-Pacific goals.
Consolidating India’s Indian Ocean Strategy
The Revival of the Indian National Congress: Looking Beyond Leadership
June 07, 2019
The Revival of the Indian National Congress: Looking Beyond Leadership
If Congress wishes resurrect its glory, it has to look beyond the question of leadership for rejuvenation.
The Revival of the Indian National Congress: Looking Beyond Leadership
Austerity to Hit Pakistani Military Budget, PM Announces
June 06, 2019
Austerity to Hit Pakistani Military Budget, PM Announces
Pakistan’s military won’t be untouched by post-IMF bailout austerity.
Austerity to Hit Pakistani Military Budget, PM Announces
How Afghanistan’s Judiciary Lost Its Independence
June 05, 2019
How Afghanistan’s Judiciary Lost Its Independence
For reasons both structural and political, the Afghan Supreme Court has turned into a de facto ally of the president.
How Afghanistan’s Judiciary Lost Its Independence
Watching the Tiananmen Massacre From Delhi
June 05, 2019
Watching the Tiananmen Massacre From Delhi
A former Indian student leader recalls how one university in New Delhi reacted to the events of June 4, 1989.
Watching the Tiananmen Massacre From Delhi
Muslims Politicians Resign Top Sri Lankan Government Posts Amid Terror Probe
June 04, 2019
Muslims Politicians Resign Top Sri Lankan Government Posts Amid Terror Probe
Eleven Muslim politicians resigned their posts.
Muslims Politicians Resign Top Sri Lankan Government Posts Amid Terror Probe
The India-France Security Partnership in the Indo-Pacific: Next Steps
June 04, 2019
The India-France Security Partnership in the Indo-Pacific: Next Steps
The India-France security relationship has space left to grow.
The India-France Security Partnership in the Indo-Pacific: Next Steps
Amid Tatmadaw Offensive, India’s NSCN(K) Rebels Are on the Retreat
June 04, 2019
Amid Tatmadaw Offensive, India’s NSCN(K) Rebels Are on the Retreat
A recent offensive has the Naga rebels stepping back.
Amid Tatmadaw Offensive, India’s NSCN(K) Rebels Are on the Retreat
S. Jaishankar: The Right Man for the Job at India’s External Affairs Ministry
June 03, 2019
S. Jaishankar: The Right Man for the Job at India’s External Affairs Ministry
The choice shows the preference for policy over politics and signals New Delhi’s concern with U.S.-China rivalry.
S. Jaishankar: The Right Man for the Job at India’s External Affairs Ministry
US-India Ties Under Modi 2.0: The Good, Bad, and Ugly
June 03, 2019
US-India Ties Under Modi 2.0: The Good, Bad, and Ugly
The relationship between the United States and India will broadly remain strong, but challenges remain.
US-India Ties Under Modi 2.0: The Good, Bad, and Ugly
Under Pressure in the West, Huawei Looks to South Asia
May 31, 2019
Under Pressure in the West, Huawei Looks to South Asia
China's Huawei may be on the backfoot in the West, but South Asia remains a massive, ripe, market.
Under Pressure in the West, Huawei Looks to South Asia
Malala’s Father: ‘I Did Not Clip Her Wings’
May 31, 2019
Malala’s Father: ‘I Did Not Clip Her Wings’
In a new book, Ziauddin Yousafzai recounts his struggle to challenge discrimination against girls and women in Pakistan.
Malala’s Father: ‘I Did Not Clip Her Wings’
Is Pakistan’s Opposition Capable of Mass Mobilization When Necessary?
May 30, 2019
Is Pakistan’s Opposition Capable of Mass Mobilization When Necessary?
Is Pakistan's opposition united and organized enough?
Is Pakistan’s Opposition Capable of Mass Mobilization When Necessary?
What Happened to the Afghan-Led, Afghan-Owned Peace Talks?
May 30, 2019
What Happened to the Afghan-Led, Afghan-Owned Peace Talks?
Talks continue without Kabul; meanwhile, the Afghan government struggles with questions of legitimacy at the top.
What Happened to the Afghan-Led, Afghan-Owned Peace Talks?
Indian Army to Recruit Women as Military Police: A Cause for Celebration?
May 29, 2019
Indian Army to Recruit Women as Military Police: A Cause for Celebration?
The small step forward highlights just how far women have to go to achieve gender parity in the Indian armed forces.
Indian Army to Recruit Women as Military Police: A Cause for Celebration?
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