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China Fears Spark Indo-US Courting
November 05, 2010
China Fears Spark Indo-US Courting
Defence co-operation between India and the United States is growing. But delays on two military deals could put the brakes on.
China Fears Spark Indo-US Courting
India’s Free Press Illusion
October 26, 2010
India’s Free Press Illusion
India proudly proclaims itself the world’s largest democracy. But a lack of real press freedom will ultimately hamper economic growth.
India’s Free Press Illusion
What US Gets Right About Pakistan
October 25, 2010
What US Gets Right About Pakistan
By publicly acknowledging the price Pakistan pays for its counterterrorism policy, the US is helping untie its leadership’s hands.
What US Gets Right About Pakistan
The Anglosphere Can Lead the World
October 19, 2010
The Anglosphere Can Lead the World
…argues Madhav Nalapat. But only if Barack Obama takes a leaf out of George W. Bush’s book and treats India as a partner.
The Anglosphere Can Lead the World
Why Drones Are Here to Stay
October 11, 2010
Why Drones Are Here to Stay
The row over US attacks in Pakistan has highlighted uncertainties over the rules of engagement. Maybe this isn’t such a bad thing.
Why Drones Are Here to Stay
Delhi Games’ Homeless Legacy
October 04, 2010
Delhi Games’ Homeless Legacy
As many as 3 million people could be left homeless after the most expensive Commonwealth Games in history, reports Sanjay Kumar from New Delhi.
Delhi Games’ Homeless Legacy
India’s Water Nightmare
September 22, 2010
India’s Water Nightmare
Millions of Indians can’t access fresh water on a daily basis, Shreyasi Singh reports. And the situation is set to get worse.
India’s Water Nightmare
Does India Want Stable Pakistan?
September 14, 2010
Does India Want Stable Pakistan?
Indian policymakers are again discussing if a stable Pakistan is a good thing. Pakistan’s internal politics hold the key.
Does India Want Stable Pakistan?
China’s High Risk India Gamble
September 10, 2010
China’s High Risk India Gamble
China is exerting pressure on India on a range of fronts. It’s time for India to push back—and to reach out to Taiwan.
China’s High Risk India Gamble
After the Flood in Pakistan
September 02, 2010
After the Flood in Pakistan
Receding flood waters in Sindh Province are leaving behind bodies, thousands of rotting carcasses and the threat of disease.
After the Flood in Pakistan
Coming Nuclear Flashpoint
August 30, 2010
Coming Nuclear Flashpoint
India’s role in Afghanistan is hailed as a triumph of soft power. In fact, it has just made conflict with Pakistan more likely.
Coming Nuclear Flashpoint
Will India’s Military Revolt?
August 25, 2010
Will India’s Military Revolt?
Dispirited by a government that seems soft on the intifada in Kashmir, Madhav Nalapat says trouble is brewing in the military.
Will India’s Military Revolt?
Asia’s Water Crisis
August 23, 2010
Asia’s Water Crisis
Wracked by droughts, floods and simmering tensions, Asia’s governments need a more co-ordinated approach to water crises.
Asia’s Water Crisis
How to Fix US-India Ties
August 20, 2010
How to Fix US-India Ties
The honeymoon between the US and India seems to be over. But there’s plenty that both sides can do to get things back on track.
How to Fix US-India Ties
Why US Can’t Drop Pakistan
August 09, 2010
Why US Can’t Drop Pakistan
The WikiLeaks files won’t destroy ties between the two. The US decision to withdraw from Afghanistan has made sure of that.
Why US Can’t Drop Pakistan
August 06, 2010
Yes, Afghanistan is Vietnam
With public opposition to the Afghan war growing, the US needs to rethink policy over politically schizophrenic ally Pakistan.
Yes, Afghanistan is Vietnam
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