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The Islamic State's Potential Recruits in Pakistan
October 03, 2014

The Islamic State's Potential Recruits in Pakistan

By Kiran Nazish
There is evidence that the terrorist outfit is actively recruiting fighters in the troubled country.
The Killing of the Sikhs
September 30, 2014

The Killing of the Sikhs

By Ammara Ahmad
Rising attacks and religious desecrations are forcing Pakistan’s Sikhs from their homes.

Catastrophe and Optimism: South Asia at the UN Climate Summit
September 30, 2014

Catastrophe and Optimism: South Asia at the UN Climate Summit

By M. Sophia Newman
Although India’s PM Modi skipped it, South Asia still had a presence at the climate change gathering in New York.

Don’t Let Pakistan's Military Hijack Democracy
September 30, 2014

Don’t Let Pakistan's Military Hijack Democracy

By Haider Ali Hussein Mullick
It may be messy, but Pakistan’s democracy is worth saving.

Resolving the Absurd Indo-Bangladesh Border Complexities
September 26, 2014

Resolving the Absurd Indo-Bangladesh Border Complexities

By Matthew Phillips
The Modi government is making a push to settle India’s long-running border disputes with Bangladesh.
India’s Soft Power Advantage
September 17, 2014

India’s Soft Power Advantage

By Kadira Pethiyagoda
Deeply entrenched factors make India a uniquely attractive great-power partner.

Cleaning Up the Ganges
September 15, 2014

Cleaning Up the Ganges

By Sudha Ramachandran
Narendra Modi will need more than just rhetoric to clean up India’s most important river.
Demystifying India’s Volte-Face on Pakistan
September 10, 2014

Demystifying India’s Volte-Face on Pakistan

By Ali Ahmed
India appears to be waiting for Pakistan to blink on Kashmir.

Rebalancing India’s Maritime Posture in the Indo-Pacific
September 05, 2014

Rebalancing India’s Maritime Posture in the Indo-Pacific

By Abhijit Singh
India could help maintain strategic equilibrium in the Indo-Pacific, if it is prepared to broaden its thinking.

Modi, Japan and Diplomatic Balancing
September 03, 2014

Modi, Japan and Diplomatic Balancing

By Nitin A. Gokhale
Fresh from an effusive visit to Japan, Modi now needs to balance New Delhi’s relations with Tokyo and Beijing.

The Pakistan Protests
August 25, 2014

The Pakistan Protests

By Shannon Tiezzi
Discussing the recent protests in Pakistan and their implications.
India’s Quest for Energy in Central Asia
August 18, 2014

India’s Quest for Energy in Central Asia

By Richard Wallace
Modi has an opportunity to make inroads into the energy-rich region, but will need some clever diplomacy.

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