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SIGAR's Advice on Afghanistan Advisers: Please Track and Train
November 02, 2018
SIGAR's Advice on Afghanistan Advisers: Please Track and Train
The Pentagon doesn't know how well its advisors are advising in part because it keeps moving the goalposts.
SIGAR's Advice on Afghanistan Advisers: Please Track and Train
Powering the Powerless in Pakistan
November 02, 2018
Powering the Powerless in Pakistan
A roadmap to finally solving Pakistan’s energy crisis through “energy productivity.”
Powering the Powerless in Pakistan
Celebrating 25 Years of the Panchayati Raj in India
November 01, 2018
Celebrating 25 Years of the Panchayati Raj in India
The 73rd and 74th constitutional amendments brought governance to the local level.
Celebrating 25 Years of the Panchayati Raj in India
India Rises in Ease of Doing Business Rankings, But Reforms Still Pending
November 01, 2018
India Rises in Ease of Doing Business Rankings, But Reforms Still Pending
India continues to lag in several factors, underscoring the need for further reforms.
India Rises in Ease of Doing Business Rankings, But Reforms Still Pending
The Fallout From the Aasia Bibi Blasphemy Verdict
November 01, 2018
The Fallout From the Aasia Bibi Blasphemy Verdict
Can this be Pakistan’s watershed moment for standing up to religious extremists?
The Fallout From the Aasia Bibi Blasphemy Verdict
Journalism in India: A Dangerous Pursuit?
October 31, 2018
Journalism in India: A Dangerous Pursuit?
India ranks 14th among states where journalists are murdered and their killers go free, reports Committee to Protect Journalists.
Journalism in India: A Dangerous Pursuit?
Asian Rivalries and the Sri Lankan Constitutional Crisis
October 31, 2018
Asian Rivalries and the Sri Lankan Constitutional Crisis
India must not err too far on the side of caution as events play out in Sri Lanka.
Asian Rivalries and the Sri Lankan Constitutional Crisis
Why Does Pakistan’s Release of a Key Taliban Leader Matter?
October 30, 2018
Why Does Pakistan’s Release of a Key Taliban Leader Matter?
What does the release of Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar Akhund tell us about the prospects for peace talks in Afghanistan?
Why Does Pakistan’s Release of a Key Taliban Leader Matter?
What Explains Saudi Arabia's Latest Round of Financial Assistance to Pakistan?
October 30, 2018
What Explains Saudi Arabia's Latest Round of Financial Assistance to Pakistan?
Why would the Saudis agree to help Pakistan out this time?
What Explains Saudi Arabia's Latest Round of Financial Assistance to Pakistan?
Sri Lanka‘s Spiral Into Constitutional Crisis Shows No Sign of a Reversal
October 30, 2018
Sri Lanka‘s Spiral Into Constitutional Crisis Shows No Sign of a Reversal
The situation in Sri Lanka is likely to get worse as the president and two claimants to the prime minister's office stand their ground.
Sri Lanka‘s Spiral Into Constitutional Crisis Shows No Sign of a Reversal
One More Tryst for Modi and Abe: What to Expect During the Latest India-Japan Summit
October 28, 2018
One More Tryst for Modi and Abe: What to Expect During the Latest India-Japan Summit
India and Japan continue their strategic convergence.
One More Tryst for Modi and Abe: What to Expect During the Latest India-Japan Summit
India’s Forgotten Links to the Korean War
October 27, 2018
India’s Forgotten Links to the Korean War
A proposed Korean War memorial in Delhi will recall India’s role, which ranged from high politics to individual stories.
India’s Forgotten Links to the Korean War
Can Arab Countries Make Up for India’s Loss of Iranian Oil?
October 27, 2018
Can Arab Countries Make Up for India’s Loss of Iranian Oil?
If New Delhi drops its oil imports from Tehran to zero, it will need to import more from other partners.
Can Arab Countries Make Up for India’s Loss of Iranian Oil?
Why Pakistan Isn’t Changing Its Taliban Policy
October 25, 2018
Why Pakistan Isn’t Changing Its Taliban Policy
Prime Minister Imran Khan isn’t likely to radically change Pakistan’s complicated relationship with the Taliban.
Why Pakistan Isn’t Changing Its Taliban Policy
Hinduism and Political Mobilization in India: From Allahabad to Prayagraj?
October 24, 2018
Hinduism and Political Mobilization in India: From Allahabad to Prayagraj?
The debate over renaming Allahabad exposes religious faultlines in India.
Hinduism and Political Mobilization in India: From Allahabad to Prayagraj?
Despite Security Threats, Afghans Went to the Polls
October 23, 2018
Despite Security Threats, Afghans Went to the Polls
Afghanistan successfully held its parliamentary elections last weekend amid security threats .
Despite Security Threats, Afghans Went to the Polls
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