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The Challenging Geopolitics of the Port at Chabahar
December 12, 2017
The Challenging Geopolitics of the Port at Chabahar
What is the future of the India-backed port at Chabahar in Iran?
The Challenging Geopolitics of the Port at Chabahar
Could 3 Young Men Upstage Modi’s 'Development' in Gujarat?
December 12, 2017
Could 3 Young Men Upstage Modi’s 'Development' in Gujarat?
The upcoming assembly elections in Gujarat may be a moment of truth for Narendra Modi and the BJP.
Could 3 Young Men Upstage Modi’s 'Development' in Gujarat?
Why Pakistan’s Ruling Party Should Aim For an Early Election
December 12, 2017
Why Pakistan’s Ruling Party Should Aim For an Early Election
An alleged state led resistance to the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz’s rule can only subside if the party wins a colossal mandate in the next general elections.
Why Pakistan’s Ruling Party Should Aim For an Early Election
Indian Companies to Begin CASA-1000 Construction in Afghanistan
December 12, 2017
Indian Companies to Begin CASA-1000 Construction in Afghanistan
Afghan authorities say work should begin in the coming weeks.
Indian Companies to Begin CASA-1000 Construction in Afghanistan
The Rafale Acquisition Scandal: A Potential Threat to France-India Defense Relations
December 12, 2017
The Rafale Acquisition Scandal: A Potential Threat to France-India Defense Relations
The tortuous Rafale acquisition saga has put a dent in an otherwise robust defense relationship.
The Rafale Acquisition Scandal: A Potential Threat to France-India Defense Relations
Sri Lanka Formally Hands Over Hambantota Port to Chinese Firms on 99-Year Lease
December 11, 2017
Sri Lanka Formally Hands Over Hambantota Port to Chinese Firms on 99-Year Lease
The Sri Lankan government has given assurances that the port will not be used for military ends.
Sri Lanka Formally Hands Over Hambantota Port to Chinese Firms on 99-Year Lease
India's Eurasia Policy Gets a Boost With Long-Awaited Trade Corridor
December 09, 2017
India's Eurasia Policy Gets a Boost With Long-Awaited Trade Corridor
The International North-South Trade Corridor is finally online.
India's Eurasia Policy Gets a Boost With Long-Awaited Trade Corridor
Wassenaar Arrangement Admits India as Its 42nd Member
December 08, 2017
Wassenaar Arrangement Admits India as Its 42nd Member
Participation in the Arrangement will burnish India's nonproliferation credentials.
Wassenaar Arrangement Admits India as Its 42nd Member
Tobacco in Pakistan: Deadly Economics
December 07, 2017
Tobacco in Pakistan: Deadly Economics
Pakistan must balance the revenue from the tobacco industry with the health of its citizens.
Tobacco in Pakistan: Deadly Economics
The Mullah-Military Takeover of Pakistan
December 07, 2017
The Mullah-Military Takeover of Pakistan
A Musharraf-Saeed alliance could provide the political face of the mullah-military takeover underway in Pakistan.
The Mullah-Military Takeover of Pakistan
The Future of India’s Do-Nothing Policy Toward the Rohingya
December 07, 2017
The Future of India’s Do-Nothing Policy Toward the Rohingya
The Rohingya crisis will impact India directly and indirectly. New Delhi must take action.
The Future of India’s Do-Nothing Policy Toward the Rohingya
Nepal and the Rohingya Refugees
December 05, 2017
Nepal and the Rohingya Refugees
Some Rohingya are making their way to Nepal, but the government is unwilling to handle another influx of refugees.
Nepal and the Rohingya Refugees
India's SCO Challenge
December 05, 2017
India's SCO Challenge
India’s involvement in the SCO brings a diplomatic challenge and opportunities in energy, connectivity, and security.
India's SCO Challenge
How South Asia is Failing its Rohingya Challenge
December 02, 2017
How South Asia is Failing its Rohingya Challenge
Regional states must provide more realistic and comprehensive solutions to avert instability in the subcontinent.
How South Asia is Failing its Rohingya Challenge
Who Benefits From Pakistan's Sit-Ins?
December 01, 2017
Who Benefits From Pakistan's Sit-Ins?
The winners: hardline Islamists. The loser: Pakistan's democracy.
Who Benefits From Pakistan's Sit-Ins?
Looking at Constitutional Reform in Sri Lanka
December 01, 2017
Looking at Constitutional Reform in Sri Lanka
The Diplomat’s Taylor Dibbert speaks with Sri Lankan civil society leader Jehan Perera.
Looking at Constitutional Reform in Sri Lanka
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