June 30, 2014
Up in Arms: Foreign Investment in Indian Defense
By Vivek Mishra
Talk of allowing up to 100 percent foreign direct investment has proven controversial, to say the least.
June 27, 2014
Will Climate Change Spark Conflict in Bangladesh?
By M. Sophia Newman
A changing climate appears likely to wreak havoc on one of the world’s poorest countries in the coming decades.
June 24, 2014
Modi’s Sweet and Spicy Sri Lanka Strategy
By Daniel Alphonsus
India is likely to pursue a pragmatic approach toward Sri Lanka, one less shackled by Tamil Nadu politics.
June 19, 2014
India’s Worrying Border Infrastructure Deficit
By Sudha Ramachandran
A disturbing disparity has emerged in infrastructure development on either side of the disputed Sino-Indian border.
June 18, 2014
India Scrambles on Cyber Security
By Amit R. Saksena
One of the most targeted countries in the world, India is beginning to act on the cyber threat.
June 08, 2014
India: Modi’s Neighborhood Overtures
By Nitin A. Gokhale
The new prime minister has made a proactive start to relations with India’s neighbors, including China.
June 07, 2014
The Killing of Pakistan’s Journalists
By Kiran Nazish
The impunity with which journalists are attacked is having a devastating effect on Pakistani democracy.
June 04, 2014
India: Recognizing Pakistan’s Paradigm Shift
By Shairee Malhotra
India’s new government must acknowledge the change in internal Pakistani politics, and be innovative.
June 02, 2014
Bangladesh: Justice or Revenge?
By M. Sophia Newman
After several convictions, it is unclear whether the country’s war crimes tribunal is truly about justice.
June 01, 2014
Can India Reform Its Agriculture?
By Ashwini K Swain
Climate change is stressing an already struggling farm sector, but there is a way forward.
May 28, 2014
India: A Wake-Up Call for the Congress
By Gautham Ashok
Following electoral disaster, the Grand Old Party needs to reconsider its message and its leadership.
May 16, 2014
Narendra Modi: India's Shinzo Abe
By Brahma Chellaney
India's next prime minister has much in common with Japan's nationalistic incumbent.