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5 Reasons Imran Khan's US Visit Was a Win for Pakistan
July 25, 2019
5 Reasons Imran Khan's US Visit Was a Win for Pakistan
Did Imran Khan accomplish much during his trip to Washington?
5 Reasons Imran Khan's US Visit Was a Win for Pakistan
Chabahar Port: A Step Toward Connectivity for India and Afghanistan
July 03, 2019
Chabahar Port: A Step Toward Connectivity for India and Afghanistan
For India and Afghanistan, Chabahar holds great promise.
Chabahar Port: A Step Toward Connectivity for India and Afghanistan
Will Pakistan’s Khan Go After an Opposition Adrift?
June 28, 2019
Will Pakistan’s Khan Go After an Opposition Adrift?
Will Prime Minister Imran Khan go after an indecisive opposition?
Will Pakistan’s Khan Go After an Opposition Adrift?
Pakistan and the FATF: On Borrowed Time?
June 25, 2019
Pakistan and the FATF: On Borrowed Time?
What are Pakistan’s options at the FATF?
Pakistan and the FATF: On Borrowed Time?
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit Kicks Off in Bishkek
June 13, 2019
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit Kicks Off in Bishkek
Eyes on India and Pakistan, expected silence on Xinjiang camps, and another summit in the books.
The Shanghai Cooperation Organization Summit Kicks Off in Bishkek
Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative Undermining Human Rights?
June 07, 2019
Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative Undermining Human Rights?
The BRI has provided much-needed development, but it has also generated more authoritarianism.
Is China’s Belt and Road Initiative Undermining Human Rights?
Under Pressure in the West, Huawei Looks to South Asia
May 31, 2019
Under Pressure in the West, Huawei Looks to South Asia
China's Huawei may be on the backfoot in the West, but South Asia remains a massive, ripe, market.
Under Pressure in the West, Huawei Looks to South Asia
Afghan Women Are Battling the Taliban’s Impending Rule to Protect their Rights and Communities
May 27, 2019
Afghan Women Are Battling the Taliban’s Impending Rule to Protect their Rights and Communities
Pakistani women’s experiences in upending extremism across the border provide valuable lessons for Afghan women.
Afghan Women Are Battling the Taliban’s Impending Rule to Protect their Rights and Communities
Why the Melting of the Hindu Kush and Himalayan Glaciers Matters
May 08, 2019
Why the Melting of the Hindu Kush and Himalayan Glaciers Matters
The entire region is headed for an immense climate crisis by 2100, scientists warn.
Why the Melting of the Hindu Kush and Himalayan Glaciers Matters
China in South Asia: Loan Shark or Lender of Last Resort?
May 06, 2019
China in South Asia: Loan Shark or Lender of Last Resort?
Is it accurate to characterize China’s lending practices in South Asia as predatory?
China in South Asia: Loan Shark or Lender of Last Resort?
Shifting Nuclear Sands in South Asia: Understanding India’s Counterforce Temptations
April 23, 2019
Shifting Nuclear Sands in South Asia: Understanding India’s Counterforce Temptations
Political scientist Christopher Clary discusses issues pertaining to strategic stability in South Asia.
Shifting Nuclear Sands in South Asia: Understanding India’s Counterforce Temptations
Afghanistan: Prospects and Challenges to Regional Connectivity
April 19, 2019
Afghanistan: Prospects and Challenges to Regional Connectivity
Afghanistan has a long and difficult road to transition from an aid dependent economy to a trade and transit economy.
Afghanistan: Prospects and Challenges to Regional Connectivity
Indian Foreign Policy After the Elections: All Eyes on China
April 04, 2019
Indian Foreign Policy After the Elections: All Eyes on China
Whatever comes after India’s election, the role of China will loom large in Indian foreign policy.
Indian Foreign Policy After the Elections: All Eyes on China
Forget Cricket Diplomacy. The Game Is a Casualty of India-Pakistan Tensions
March 15, 2019
Forget Cricket Diplomacy. The Game Is a Casualty of India-Pakistan Tensions
As tensions between India and Pakistan escalate, cricket has become an instrument of state policy.
Forget Cricket Diplomacy. The Game Is a Casualty of India-Pakistan Tensions
Testing Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ‘Independent’ Mind
March 15, 2019
Testing Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ‘Independent’ Mind
Khan rode a reputation for independence into office, but can he break from the constraints that hamstrung his predecessors?
Testing Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s ‘Independent’ Mind
Is Pakistan Reviving Its Soft-Power?
March 09, 2019
Is Pakistan Reviving Its Soft-Power?
With the ascension of Imran Khan to power last year, Islamabad seems keen to improve its soft power capital.
Is Pakistan Reviving Its Soft-Power?
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