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Quetta Attack a Gory Reminder of Islamic State's Presence in Balochistan
April 05, 2018
Quetta Attack a Gory Reminder of Islamic State's Presence in Balochistan
The Pakistan Army continues to deny that ISIS is active in Pakistan, despite the mounting evidence.
Quetta Attack a Gory Reminder of Islamic State's Presence in Balochistan
In Afghanistan, Peace Must Come Without Compromising Hard-Earned Gains
April 04, 2018
In Afghanistan, Peace Must Come Without Compromising Hard-Earned Gains
Progress on freedom of speech, political participation, and women’s rights in Afghanistan cannot be compromised.
In Afghanistan, Peace Must Come Without Compromising Hard-Earned Gains
India’s Growing Role in the Middle East
April 03, 2018
India’s Growing Role in the Middle East
A recent agreement to allow an Indian airline to run flights to Israel through Saudi airspace illustrates Delhi’s increasing clout.
India’s Growing Role in the Middle East
The Trump Administration’s New Afghan Problem: The Islamic State
April 03, 2018
The Trump Administration’s New Afghan Problem: The Islamic State
The Islamic State’s South Asia branch complicates regional efforts to move Afghanistan toward peace.
The Trump Administration’s New Afghan Problem: The Islamic State
Explaining the Origins of Conservative Pakistani Criticisms of Malala Yousafzai
March 31, 2018
Explaining the Origins of Conservative Pakistani Criticisms of Malala Yousafzai
Why does Pakistan’s mainstream love to hate Malala?
Explaining the Origins of Conservative Pakistani Criticisms of Malala Yousafzai
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: The Uyghur Challenge and the Chinese Security Model
March 30, 2018
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: The Uyghur Challenge and the Chinese Security Model
As neither China nor Pakistan could afford the failure of the CPEC, local mistrust should be a serious concern.
China-Pakistan Economic Corridor: The Uyghur Challenge and the Chinese Security Model
Could a Plastic Ban Revivify India's Urban Marine Environments?
March 30, 2018
Could a Plastic Ban Revivify India's Urban Marine Environments?
Newly hatched sea turtles give Mumbai a glimpse of what might be possible with a plastic ban.
Could a Plastic Ban Revivify India's Urban Marine Environments?
The Problem With ‘Study In India’
March 29, 2018
The Problem With ‘Study In India’
As it struggles with racism and education quality, India is not ready to attract a wave of foreign students.
The Problem With ‘Study In India’
Has India’s Plan to Build a Military Base in Seychelles Stalled?
March 29, 2018
Has India’s Plan to Build a Military Base in Seychelles Stalled?
The 2015 Assumption Island agreement between India and the Seychelles has progressed slowly, amid heated debate in the island nation.
Has India’s Plan to Build a Military Base in Seychelles Stalled?
The Hard Limits of Pakistan's Media Freedom
March 28, 2018
The Hard Limits of Pakistan's Media Freedom
Self-censorship out of fear might explain a near media blackout on reporting widespread Pashtun protests.
The Hard Limits of Pakistan's Media Freedom
Squeezing Pakistan For Results in Afghanistan
March 28, 2018
Squeezing Pakistan For Results in Afghanistan
Washington needs to give the dialogue process a chance in Afghanistan.
Squeezing Pakistan For Results in Afghanistan
What National Security Advisor John Bolton Means for India
March 27, 2018
What National Security Advisor John Bolton Means for India
Bolton's stance on Pakistan won't bother India, but his approach to Iran is deeply concerning.
What National Security Advisor John Bolton Means for India
Is Russia Arming the Taliban?
March 27, 2018
Is Russia Arming the Taliban?
There’s no proverbial smoking Kalashnikov, but American officials continue to suggest Russia is arming the Taliban.
Is Russia Arming the Taliban?
Talking to the Taliban: The Trump Edition
March 27, 2018
Talking to the Taliban: The Trump Edition
Why talk to the Taliban now?
Talking to the Taliban: The Trump Edition
Pakistan’s Risky Reliance on China Set to Grow
March 26, 2018
Pakistan’s Risky Reliance on China Set to Grow
A fall out with the U.S. could leave Pakistan more vulnerable to Chinese economic muscle.
Pakistan’s Risky Reliance on China Set to Grow
Sri Lanka Isn't Serious About Transitional Justice
March 25, 2018
Sri Lanka Isn't Serious About Transitional Justice
We don't need more time to ponder Colombo's sincerity.
Sri Lanka Isn't Serious About Transitional Justice
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