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India’s Relentless Movement to Save the Narmada River … And a People’s Livelihood
October 11, 2018
India’s Relentless Movement to Save the Narmada River … And a People’s Livelihood
Protesters in India work to save a river—and a way of life.
India’s Relentless Movement to Save the Narmada River … And a People’s Livelihood
Is Water Scarcity a Bigger Threat Than the Taliban in Afghanistan?
October 10, 2018
Is Water Scarcity a Bigger Threat Than the Taliban in Afghanistan?
Water scarcity -- not war -- is a rising cause for displacement in Afghanistan.
Is Water Scarcity a Bigger Threat Than the Taliban in Afghanistan?
Bangladesh Enacts New Law That Could Silence Dissenters
October 10, 2018
Bangladesh Enacts New Law That Could Silence Dissenters
The Digital Security Bill is quickly signed into law, despite criticisms from media groups.
Bangladesh Enacts New Law That Could Silence Dissenters
Nepal Looks to a Porn Ban to Stem Violence Against Women
October 10, 2018
Nepal Looks to a Porn Ban to Stem Violence Against Women
The solution in Nepal fails to address the underlying problems.
Nepal Looks to a Porn Ban to Stem Violence Against Women
Gwadar: Emerging Port City or Chinese Colony?
October 05, 2018
Gwadar: Emerging Port City or Chinese Colony?
Pakistan must take care that Gwadar doesn't become a Chinese “state within a state.”
Gwadar: Emerging Port City or Chinese Colony?
Indian Refugee Policy and the Rohingyas
October 04, 2018
Indian Refugee Policy and the Rohingyas
In the balance between security, strategy, and humanity, humanity is losing.
Indian Refugee Policy and the Rohingyas
International Court of Justice to Hold Public Hearing on Kulbhushan Jadhav Case
October 04, 2018
International Court of Justice to Hold Public Hearing on Kulbhushan Jadhav Case
Kulbhushan Jadhav's fate will be publicly deliberated by Indian and Pakistan lawyers before the ICJ.
International Court of Justice to Hold Public Hearing on Kulbhushan Jadhav Case
Parliamentary Elections Loom in Afghanistan
October 02, 2018
Parliamentary Elections Loom in Afghanistan
After more than three years of delays, Afghanistan's parliamentary polls are set for October 20.
Parliamentary Elections Loom in Afghanistan
What Lies Ahead for Pakistan at the IMF?
October 02, 2018
What Lies Ahead for Pakistan at the IMF?
What will another International Monetary Fund loan mean for Pakistan’s economy?
What Lies Ahead for Pakistan at the IMF?
How Venezuela Offers a Path Ahead for Resolving Pakistan's Kalabagh Water Dispute
September 30, 2018
How Venezuela Offers a Path Ahead for Resolving Pakistan's Kalabagh Water Dispute
Can Pakistan learn from Venezuela's experience with the Guri Dam?
How Venezuela Offers a Path Ahead for Resolving Pakistan's Kalabagh Water Dispute
How Many Women Will Bhutan Elect This Time?
September 29, 2018
How Many Women Will Bhutan Elect This Time?
Will the day come when Bhutan's women have a greater say in the country's nascent democracy?
How Many Women Will Bhutan Elect This Time?
How India Influenced Southeast Asian Civilization
September 29, 2018
How India Influenced Southeast Asian Civilization
Indian cultural influences in parts of Southeast Asia have long been apparent.
How India Influenced Southeast Asian Civilization
Another E-Curfew in Kashmir
September 29, 2018
Another E-Curfew in Kashmir
In the world's largest democracy, regular internet shutdowns continue apace.
Another E-Curfew in Kashmir
Pakistan and the Dam Fund
September 28, 2018
Pakistan and the Dam Fund
Can Pakistan crowdfund itself two dams and thus out of a looming water crisis?
Pakistan and the Dam Fund
Can an Aspiring Political Movement Upend the Bangladeshi Elections?
September 28, 2018
Can an Aspiring Political Movement Upend the Bangladeshi Elections?
Bangladesh’s upcoming elections could reshape the country for a generation
Can an Aspiring Political Movement Upend the Bangladeshi Elections?
Northeast India Gets Closer to ASEAN, Courtesy of Bhutan
September 28, 2018
Northeast India Gets Closer to ASEAN, Courtesy of Bhutan
A new air route brings northeast India closer than ever to Southeast Asia.
Northeast India Gets Closer to ASEAN, Courtesy of Bhutan
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