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The Last Headhunters of Nagaland
April 04, 2018
The Last Headhunters of Nagaland
The Konyaks of India's northeast practiced headhunting into the 1960s. Some of those warriors are still alive today.
The Last Headhunters of Nagaland
Can Afghanistan Return to Its Pre-2014 Boom Time?
March 28, 2018
Can Afghanistan Return to Its Pre-2014 Boom Time?
The Afghan government will struggle to jump-start economic growth while political uncertainty is perhaps at its height.
Can Afghanistan Return to Its Pre-2014 Boom Time?
Mohamed Nasheed on the Maldives Crisis
March 28, 2018
Mohamed Nasheed on the Maldives Crisis
“You can’t give up, and you shouldn’t give up. The stakes are too high.”
Mohamed Nasheed on the Maldives Crisis
Namaste Thailand
March 27, 2018
Namaste Thailand
India and Thailand share deep-rooted ties.
Namaste Thailand
After the Flood: Nepal’s Slow Recovery
March 22, 2018
After the Flood: Nepal’s Slow Recovery
Amid decentralization, Nepal has been slow to recover from the devastating 2017 floods.
After the Flood: Nepal’s Slow Recovery
The Human Cost of India-Pakistan Conflict
March 20, 2018
The Human Cost of India-Pakistan Conflict
Villagers living near the Line of Control in Kashmir are bearing the brunt of a recent uptick in shelling.
The Human Cost of India-Pakistan Conflict
Saving Pakistan's Kalasha Community
March 15, 2018
Saving Pakistan's Kalasha Community
Caught between the Taliban in Afghanistan and the religious right in Pakistan, this ancient culture is in dire straits.
Saving Pakistan's Kalasha Community
Sri Lanka's Anti-Muslim Violence
March 13, 2018
Sri Lanka's Anti-Muslim Violence
Anti-Muslim violence on the island has a long history tied to conceptions of Sinhalese-Buddhist identity.
Sri Lanka's Anti-Muslim Violence
Aadhaar: India's Flawed Biometric Database
March 06, 2018
Aadhaar: India's Flawed Biometric Database
Aadhaar got pwned. Why isn’t the Indian government taking Aadhaar’s exposed security flaws seriously?
Aadhaar: India's Flawed Biometric Database
Pakistan's 'FATA Spring'
February 24, 2018
Pakistan's 'FATA Spring'
Protests in Pakistan's tribal areas signal the rise of a younger, more educated, and technologically savvy generation.
Pakistan's 'FATA Spring'
Welcome to the New Indian Ocean
February 21, 2018
Welcome to the New Indian Ocean
New players are creating a more multipolar and complex Indian Ocean environment
Welcome to the New Indian Ocean
The (Re)Birth of the Nepal Communist Party
February 21, 2018
The (Re)Birth of the Nepal Communist Party
Nepal’s Left Alliance takes a step toward formal unification, but is it just a marriage of convenience?
The (Re)Birth of the Nepal Communist Party
Trump, Pakistan, and Kashmir
February 20, 2018
Trump, Pakistan, and Kashmir
Will a shift in the U.S.-Pakistan relationship affect India-Pakistan relations and Kashmir?
Trump, Pakistan, and Kashmir
Nepal Has a New Prime Minister. Now Comes the Hard Part.
February 17, 2018
Nepal Has a New Prime Minister. Now Comes the Hard Part.
Will the second time be the charm for K.P. Sharma Oli?
Nepal Has a New Prime Minister. Now Comes the Hard Part.
Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
February 09, 2018
Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
Nepal’s two transitional justice mechanisms have failed to deliver justice to war-era victims.
Justice Eludes Victims of Nepal’s Civil War
India and the Maldives Emergency
February 08, 2018
India and the Maldives Emergency
Doing nothing is not an option, but there are few good choices for India.
India and the Maldives Emergency
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