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The Defiance of Pakistani Atheists
August 22, 2019
The Defiance of Pakistani Atheists
In a country where atheism is a capital offense, nonbelievers are still finding quiet ways to forge community.
The Defiance of Pakistani Atheists
Sri Lankans Up in Arms Over US Military Pacts
August 15, 2019
Sri Lankans Up in Arms Over US Military Pacts
A proposed Status of Forces Agreement with the US is stirring up political controversy in Sri Lanka.
Sri Lankans Up in Arms Over US Military Pacts
How Islamic State Infiltrated Kabul University
August 12, 2019
How Islamic State Infiltrated Kabul University
Expanding its reach, the Islamic State has aimed recruitment efforts at Afghan universities.
How Islamic State Infiltrated Kabul University
The Bishnoi: <br>India's First Environmentalists
August 08, 2019
The Bishnoi:
India's First Environmentalists
Since the 15th century, the Bishnoi community in Rajasthan has been devoted to environmental protection.
The Bishnoi:
India's First Environmentalists
Can Social Media Help Heal the Wounds of Partition?
August 06, 2019
Can Social Media Help Heal the Wounds of Partition?
72 years after partition, migrants are using social media to reconnect with their ancestral homes.
Can Social Media Help Heal the Wounds of Partition?
Against the Tide: The Growth of China-Sri Lanka Trade
August 01, 2019
Against the Tide: The Growth of China-Sri Lanka Trade
Chinese trade with the island nation is booming even while Indian trade seems stuck.
Against the Tide: The Growth of China-Sri Lanka Trade
The Tibetan Muslims of Kashmir
July 31, 2019
The Tibetan Muslims of Kashmir
A mostly forgotten population has been living as refugees in the Kashmir Valley for 60 years.
The Tibetan Muslims of Kashmir
Last Resort: India and Pakistan's Informal Schools
July 26, 2019
Last Resort: India and Pakistan's Informal Schools
Where governments fail, citizens take up the fight against illiteracy in India and Pakistan.
Last Resort: India and Pakistan's Informal Schools
How Bangladesh Learned to Love the Belt and Road
July 22, 2019
How Bangladesh Learned to Love the Belt and Road
Dhaka has largely avoided the major pitfalls of China’s initiative while embracing the gains.
How Bangladesh Learned to Love the Belt and Road
The IMF Takeover of Pakistan
July 18, 2019
The IMF Takeover of Pakistan
Many Pakistanis see the terms of the $6 billion bailout package as a hostile takeover of their economy and government.
The IMF Takeover of Pakistan
India’s War on Urdu
July 15, 2019
India’s War on Urdu
Urdu is a long-time part of Indian culture, not an alien presence to be purged.
India’s War on Urdu
Afghanistan’s Bloody Peace Process
July 08, 2019
Afghanistan’s Bloody Peace Process
Even as officials continue to talk peace, violence has surged in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan’s Bloody Peace Process
India’s Response to China’s Cyber Attacks
July 03, 2019
India’s Response to China’s Cyber Attacks
Among enduring rivals, sometimes less of a response is more – but only in the short term.
India’s Response to China’s Cyber Attacks
Pakistan and the Politics of Polio
June 27, 2019
Pakistan and the Politics of Polio
After each political transition, polio cases spike. This year, that trend seems to be getting worse.
Pakistan and the Politics of Polio
US-India Ties in Modi's Second Term: Charting a New Course?
June 26, 2019
US-India Ties in Modi's Second Term: Charting a New Course?
Richard Rossow speaks to The Diplomat about U.S.-India ties.
US-India Ties in Modi's Second Term: Charting a New Course?
US-India Relations at the Crossroads
June 24, 2019
US-India Relations at the Crossroads
Can the growing U.S.-India partnership survive ‘America First’?
US-India Relations at the Crossroads
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