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India's Nuanced Middle East Policy
December 15, 2018

India's Nuanced Middle East Policy

By Harsh V. Pant
The Modi government's recalibration of India's Middle East policy goes underappreciated.

Pakistan in the Middle East: A Cautious Balance
October 04, 2017

Pakistan in the Middle East: A Cautious Balance

By Huma Yusuf
What is Pakistan looking for in the modern Middle East as tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran grow more pronounced?
China in the Middle East: Testing the Waters, Linking the Lands
August 25, 2017

China in the Middle East: Testing the Waters, Linking the Lands

By Willem Oosterveld
As Beijing's interests in the Middle East expand, its attention to security and politics may need to expand as well.

Modi’s Passage to Israel
July 03, 2017

Modi’s Passage to Israel

By Harsh V. Pant
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's upcoming visit to Israel will be historic.

Tracing the Quran's Journey
October 25, 2016

Tracing the Quran's Journey

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
A major exhibit in Washington, D.C., showcases the world's many Qurans.

What Do Central Asia and the Middle East Have In Common?
April 23, 2016

What Do Central Asia and the Middle East Have In Common?

By Catherine Putz
Plus, Islam and legitimacy in Uzbekistan; a quiet border and a dying Tajik theater. Recommended reads.

Thinking West: India Expands Partnership With Saudi Arabia, Focusing on Counter-Terrorism, Defense
April 04, 2016

Thinking West: India Expands Partnership With Saudi Arabia, Focusing on Counter-Terrorism, Defense

By Ankit Panda
Saudi Arabia and India take their relationship to the next level, with room for growth.
Coast Guards of India and Japan Conclude Naval Exercise
January 16, 2016

Coast Guards of India and Japan Conclude Naval Exercise

By Ankit Panda
Plus, Chinese drones, South China Sea investment opportunities, and more. Weekend links.

Could Science Defeat Terrorism? Using Robots to Hunt Down ISIS
August 31, 2015

Could Science Defeat Terrorism? Using Robots to Hunt Down ISIS

By Lucas Bento
Before you rule out so-called killer robots, consider their applications in counter-terrorism.

Narendra Modi in the Emirates: Bridging India’s Gulf
August 28, 2015

Narendra Modi in the Emirates: Bridging India’s Gulf

By Rohan Joshi
There has been a gradual, yet visible, transformation in India’s relationship with the Gulf Arab states.

Modi Makes New Strategic Inroads in the UAE
August 18, 2015

Modi Makes New Strategic Inroads in the UAE

By Ankit Panda
In the UAE, Narendra Modi lays the foundations for a strong partnership between New Delhi and Abu Dhabi.
Who Cares if Iran Gets A Nuke? (Lessons from Pakistan)
July 17, 2015

Who Cares if Iran Gets A Nuke? (Lessons from Pakistan)

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Sure, we have an Iran deal now, but is a nuclear Iran really so unthinkable?

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