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Onward and Upward: India-UAE Ties
February 01, 2017

Onward and Upward: India-UAE Ties

By Rohan Joshi
India and the United Arab Emirates look forward to a new era in bilateral ties.
Why Is Counterterrorism Cooperation So Difficult?
December 02, 2016

Why Is Counterterrorism Cooperation So Difficult?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Every country agrees terrorism is a threat. So why is it so hard to get states to work together?

How Should the US Craft Counterterrorism Policy in Central Asia?
November 04, 2016

How Should the US Craft Counterterrorism Policy in Central Asia?

By Catherine Putz
A reasonable report, an aluminium feud, and Kazakh movies; weekend reads.

How India Can Lead South Asia's War on Terror
October 19, 2016

How India Can Lead South Asia's War on Terror

By Parnal Vats
The subregion can do much more to combat the threat, and India can lead these efforts.

Militants Attack Indian Army Camp in Kashmir's Baramulla District: First Takeaways
October 03, 2016

Militants Attack Indian Army Camp in Kashmir's Baramulla District: First Takeaways

By Ankit Panda
The attack on an Indian Army camp in Baramulla comes less than two weeks after the devastating Uri attack.
India Pledges $1 Billion in Assistance to Afghanistan
September 15, 2016

India Pledges $1 Billion in Assistance to Afghanistan

By Ankit Panda
India and Afghanistan continue to draw closer together.

Where Do European Union-India Relations Stand?
March 31, 2016

Where Do European Union-India Relations Stand?

By Ankit Panda
The relationship between India and the European Union has room to go. Wednesday's summit sustained momentum, despite difficulties.
The Important Difference in the US-India and US-Pakistan Relationships
March 10, 2016

The Important Difference in the US-India and US-Pakistan Relationships

By Harsh V. Pant
It's time for New Delhi to reimagine the U.S.-Pakistan-India triangle.

Narendra Modi's Agenda in Central Asia: Energy, Terrorism, and China
July 02, 2015

Narendra Modi's Agenda in Central Asia: Energy, Terrorism, and China

By Catherine Putz
The Indian Prime Minister is making his first regional visit, with counterterrorism and energy at the top of the agenda.

Will Pakistan's Cellphone Biometric Push Pay Counter-Terrorism Dividends?
February 25, 2015

Will Pakistan's Cellphone Biometric Push Pay Counter-Terrorism Dividends?

By Ankit Panda
The Pakistani government is embarking on a major biometric data collection effort to fight terrorism.

China’s Cyber Diplomacy: a Taste of Law to Come?
January 14, 2015

China’s Cyber Diplomacy: a Taste of Law to Come?

By Sonya Sceats
China is showing its readiness to make and not just take international rules.
The New, Improved Shanghai Cooperation Organization
September 13, 2014

The New, Improved Shanghai Cooperation Organization

By Shannon Tiezzi
China's ambitious goals for the SCO are helped by the imminent addition of three new members.

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