Nepali Voters Deliver a Fractured Mandate in Parliamentary Elections
By Santosh Sharma Poudel
Deadly Maoist Insurgents Strike Again in India, Exposing Security Flaws
By Sudha Ramachandran
What Do Chinese People Actually Think About Politics?
By David Dawson
Nepal Tries Again to Write a Constitution
By Ross Adkin
Maoists Attack Indian Police in Chhattisgarh
By Sanjay Kumar
Nepal Breaks Political Deadlock, Elects Prime Minister
By Ankit Panda
India and Oligarchic Capitalism
How the government tackles oligarchic capitalism and Maoist violence will shape Indian democracy.
Krishna Must Reassure Nepal
S. M. Krishna’s visit to Nepal comes at a time of political anxiety. He must reassure over Indian intentions.
Is China Backing Indian Insurgents?
The arrest in January of a Chinese spy who allegedly met insurgents in the northeast of the country may suggest a broader effort to destabilize India.
Petty Patriotism in India
The BJP’s unpleasant style of patriotism on Republic Day will do nothing to resolve the issue of Jammu & Kashmir.
Nepal: Where It’s Heading
The political impasse in Nepal threatens long-term instability. India should play a more enlightened role in helping out.
Keep Army Off Maoist Case
India shouldn’t use the army on the Maoists. It’s not the same as Jammu and Kashmir.