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Sri Lanka’s Growing Links with China
March 06, 2014

Sri Lanka’s Growing Links with China

By Jack Goodman
Trade, investment and a strategic Indian Ocean location bring the two countries closer together.
The Pakistan-China Corridor
February 27, 2014

The Pakistan-China Corridor

By Christopher Ernest Barber
A new project will give Pakistan the tools of globalization. Will it use them?

The Bricks of Wrath: India’s Migrant Workers
February 26, 2014

The Bricks of Wrath: India’s Migrant Workers

By Arjun Claire
Migrant workers in Indian cities face a bleak future, but one organization is trying to bring hope.

In India’s National Election, Don’t Trust the Polls
February 24, 2014

In India’s National Election, Don’t Trust the Polls

By Jonah Force Hill
Election polling in India has some severe limitations, especially at the national level.

Kejriwal Resignation: Failure or Strategy?
February 19, 2014

Kejriwal Resignation: Failure or Strategy?

By Ram Mashru
The Delhi Chief Minister steps down, raising concerns about the AAP’s viability as it plans a national campaign.
Maldives: A Return to Religious Conservatism
February 17, 2014

Maldives: A Return to Religious Conservatism

By Vishal Arora
The first three months under President Yameen offer a glimpse into the island nation’s future.

Reform Is a Dirty Word in India
February 11, 2014

Reform Is a Dirty Word in India

By David J. Karl
Without a party committed to a reform agenda, India will struggle to realize its potential.
India’s Rising Regional Military Engagement
February 10, 2014

India’s Rising Regional Military Engagement

By Nitin Gokhale
New Delhi has been strengthening defense ties with countries across the region.

Pakistan: Combating the Terror
February 07, 2014

Pakistan: Combating the Terror

By Christopher Ernest Barber
After a horrible month, Pakistan needs to consider a broader vision for defeating terror.

Pakistan’s Militancy Response: Too Little, Too Late
February 03, 2014

Pakistan’s Militancy Response: Too Little, Too Late

By Michael Kugelman
Pakistan may finally be getting more serious about tackling its militancy problem. But don’t get your hopes up.

South Korea Calling India
January 18, 2014

South Korea Calling India

By Sreeram Chaulia
Can India seize the opportunities offered by its growing engagement with South Korea and Japan?
India: Human InSecurity
January 17, 2014

India: Human InSecurity

By Ankit Panda
An interview with author Ram Mashru on human security issues in India.

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