In Pakistan, Waterborne Diseases Surge as Floods Recede
By Munir Ahmed
In addition to those traumatized by the flooding, doctors are now treating people suffering from diarrhea, skin infections, and other waterborne ailments.
Climate Change Will Worsen the India-China Rivalry – But There’s a Better Way Forward
By Sarang Shidore, Alexandra Naegele, Natalie Baillargeon, Carl Churchill, Rachel Fleishman, Madeleine Holland, and Christopher Schwalm
A recent study shows the risk climate change poses to China-India relations, but also how the two powers can cooperate to mitigate the impact.
Why India Must Refrain From a Water War With Pakistan
By Muhammad Daim Fazil
Threatening Pakistan's water supply will have a negative impact on India and all of South Asia.
A Miracle on the Indus River?
By Ahmad Rashid Malik
The China-Pakistan Economic Corridor has the potential to transform Pakistan’s economy.