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The Delhi Declaration: A New Indo-ASEAN Counterterrorism Partnership
January 31, 2018
The Delhi Declaration: A New Indo-ASEAN Counterterrorism Partnership
How can India and Southeast Asian countries cooperate to fight terrorism?
The Delhi Declaration: A New Indo-ASEAN Counterterrorism Partnership
<em>Padmaavat</em> and Beyond: India is Being Terrorized by Those Intolerant of Movies With Mythical Female Figures
January 28, 2018
Padmaavat and Beyond: India is Being Terrorized by Those Intolerant of Movies With Mythical Female Figures
The Karni Sena's furor reveals India's contemporary struggles with free expression and bigoted chauvinism.
Padmaavat and Beyond: India is Being Terrorized by Those Intolerant of Movies With Mythical Female Figures
The Raisina Dialogue: India's Answer to World Disruptions
January 27, 2018
The Raisina Dialogue: India's Answer to World Disruptions
India is increasingly staking its claim as a global player.
The Raisina Dialogue: India's Answer to World Disruptions
Kashmir: The Politics of Interlocutors
January 27, 2018
Kashmir: The Politics of Interlocutors
India's approach to managing Kashmir won't work in the long term. Is there an alternative?
Kashmir: The Politics of Interlocutors
Pakistan's Ongoing Media Crackdown Takes Aim at RFE/RL
January 27, 2018
Pakistan's Ongoing Media Crackdown Takes Aim at RFE/RL
Pakistani intelligence says RFE/RL's Pashto-language Radio Mashaal aired programs "against the interests of Pakistan."
Pakistan's Ongoing Media Crackdown Takes Aim at RFE/RL
The Politics of Electioneering in Pakistan
January 26, 2018
The Politics of Electioneering in Pakistan
The stakes are high for civilian supremacy in Pakistan in the leadup to the next elections.
The Politics of Electioneering in Pakistan
The Future of India's Ties With ASEAN
January 26, 2018
The Future of India's Ties With ASEAN
As ASEAN leaders converge on New Delhi, what are India's priorities for Southeast Asia?
The Future of India's Ties With ASEAN
Islamic State Claims Attack on Save the Children Office in Jalalabad
January 25, 2018
Islamic State Claims Attack on Save the Children Office in Jalalabad
As of writing, official sources indicate that at least three people have been killed and 20 injured.
Islamic State Claims Attack on Save the Children Office in Jalalabad
Japan Claims a Stake in Sri Lanka’s Ports
January 24, 2018
Japan Claims a Stake in Sri Lanka’s Ports
Sri Lanka is caught between the need for foreign investment and the risk of being the object of a great power tug-of-war.
Japan Claims a Stake in Sri Lanka’s Ports
India Lacks a Competitive Trade Strategy for Chabahar
January 23, 2018
India Lacks a Competitive Trade Strategy for Chabahar
India needs a sound economic and political strategy to maximize the benefits it receives from Chabahar.
India Lacks a Competitive Trade Strategy for Chabahar
Why It Matters That ASEAN Leaders Are Heading to India
January 22, 2018
Why It Matters That ASEAN Leaders Are Heading to India
Heads of state and government from the ten ASEAN states are heading to India. Here's why that matters.
Why It Matters That ASEAN Leaders Are Heading to India
What Russia’s Changing Role in South Asia Means for Pakistan
January 20, 2018
What Russia’s Changing Role in South Asia Means for Pakistan
Russia's embrace of Pakistan should be viewed through the lens of the Afghan security crisis.
What Russia’s Changing Role in South Asia Means for Pakistan
Eastern India's Embrace of China
January 20, 2018
Eastern India's Embrace of China
West Bengal, in particular, is seeing growing interest from China.
Eastern India's Embrace of China
Tramadol: The Dangerous Opioid From India
January 19, 2018
Tramadol: The Dangerous Opioid From India
The United States need to work closely with India to ensure tramadol misuse does not escalate at home.
Tramadol: The Dangerous Opioid From India
Bangladesh Adds Third Gender Option to Voter Forms
January 19, 2018
Bangladesh Adds Third Gender Option to Voter Forms
A small step forward for hijra rights.
Bangladesh Adds Third Gender Option to Voter Forms
India Takes a Step Toward Decriminalizing Homosexuality
January 13, 2018
India Takes a Step Toward Decriminalizing Homosexuality
India's Supreme Court is reconsidering a ban on gay sex, bringing hope to the marginalized LGBTQ community.
India Takes a Step Toward Decriminalizing Homosexuality
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