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India Pulls out of Joint Stealth Fighter Project With Russia
April 23, 2018
India Pulls out of Joint Stealth Fighter Project With Russia
India has reportedly withdrawn from a 11-year joint program to develop a 5th generation fighter jet with Russia.
India Pulls out of Joint Stealth Fighter Project With Russia
Why Indian Lives Are Untouched by Artificial Intelligence
April 18, 2018
Why Indian Lives Are Untouched by Artificial Intelligence
Smart tools designed for Western societies are still largely irrelevant to denizens of the subcontinent.
Why Indian Lives Are Untouched by Artificial Intelligence
Modern, Not Western: Why Hindu Nationalists Do Not Resist Technology
April 16, 2018
Modern, Not Western: Why Hindu Nationalists Do Not Resist Technology
Modern technology is not inherently Western and the East does not resist it.
Modern, Not Western: Why Hindu Nationalists Do Not Resist Technology
Overcoming India and Pakistan's Perpetual Standoff in Kashmir
April 13, 2018
Overcoming India and Pakistan's Perpetual Standoff in Kashmir
Increasing tensions between the two countries don’t augur well for the fragile South Asian peace.
Overcoming India and Pakistan's Perpetual Standoff in Kashmir
What Modi Didn’t Say About India Energy Challenges
April 12, 2018
What Modi Didn’t Say About India Energy Challenges
A closer look at a missing piece in the Indian premier’s address to the IEF Ministerial meeting in New Delhi.
What Modi Didn’t Say About India Energy Challenges
Rebels and Civilians Killed as Violence Surges in Kashmir
April 04, 2018
Rebels and Civilians Killed as Violence Surges in Kashmir
Deadly clashes in disputed Kashmir leave 21 dead and over 200 injured.
Rebels and Civilians Killed as Violence Surges in Kashmir
India’s Growing Role in the Middle East
April 03, 2018
India’s Growing Role in the Middle East
A recent agreement to allow an Indian airline to run flights to Israel through Saudi airspace illustrates Delhi’s increasing clout.
India’s Growing Role in the Middle East
The Trump Administration’s New Afghan Problem: The Islamic State
April 03, 2018
The Trump Administration’s New Afghan Problem: The Islamic State
The Islamic State’s South Asia branch complicates regional efforts to move Afghanistan toward peace.
The Trump Administration’s New Afghan Problem: The Islamic State
Has India’s Plan to Build a Military Base in Seychelles Stalled?
March 29, 2018
Has India’s Plan to Build a Military Base in Seychelles Stalled?
The 2015 Assumption Island agreement between India and the Seychelles has progressed slowly, amid heated debate in the island nation.
Has India’s Plan to Build a Military Base in Seychelles Stalled?
Why March 2018 Was an Active Month in Vietnam's Balancing Against China in the South China Sea
March 23, 2018
Why March 2018 Was an Active Month in Vietnam's Balancing Against China in the South China Sea
Hanoi was busy in March with proponents of a “peaceful and prosperous Indo-Pacific region.”
Why March 2018 Was an Active Month in Vietnam's Balancing Against China in the South China Sea
Penguin Dads: Changing Gender Norms in India
March 16, 2018
Penguin Dads: Changing Gender Norms in India
More Indian fathers are becoming involved in their children's lives. The government should take note.
Penguin Dads: Changing Gender Norms in India
What My DNA Says About India’s History
March 14, 2018
What My DNA Says About India’s History
What a dive into the past, as told through genetics, can reveal about South Asia's history.
What My DNA Says About India’s History
India’s Rising Stature as a Solar Power
March 14, 2018
India’s Rising Stature as a Solar Power
New Delhi’s International Solar Alliance envisions a green future.
India’s Rising Stature as a Solar Power
Dumont, Guha, and the Danger of Stereotyping India
March 12, 2018
Dumont, Guha, and the Danger of Stereotyping India
The case of Dumont’s book may serve as a warning to all foreigners dealing with Indian society.
Dumont, Guha, and the Danger of Stereotyping India
Why Was the Pakistani Prime Minister in Nepal?
March 10, 2018
Why Was the Pakistani Prime Minister in Nepal?
Pakistan and Nepal rarely exchange bilateral visits. This trip -- under the gaze of India and China -- has made waves.
Why Was the Pakistani Prime Minister in Nepal?
India’s Maritime Pivot to the East
March 08, 2018
India’s Maritime Pivot to the East
India can become a reliable and trusted partner for Southeast Asia and a counterweight to Chinese dominance.
India’s Maritime Pivot to the East
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