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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?
What's Behind Saudi Arabia's Turn Away From the Taliban?
September 07, 2017

What's Behind Saudi Arabia's Turn Away From the Taliban?

By Samuel Ramani
Saudi Arabia’s increasingly anti-Taliban stance helps Riyadh consolidate its vital regional alliances and isolate Qatar.

Reviewing Nawaz Sharif's Time at the 'Muslim NATO' Summit in Riyadh
May 25, 2017

Reviewing Nawaz Sharif's Time at the 'Muslim NATO' Summit in Riyadh

By Umair Jamal
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Sharif couldn’t have achieved anything more than what he did in Saudi Arabia.

What the Gulf States Think of 'One Belt, One Road'
May 24, 2017

What the Gulf States Think of 'One Belt, One Road'

By Giorgio Cafiero and Daniel Wagner
Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, and Oman have mixed feelings about China's ambitious project.

Saudi Arabia Pivots to Asia (For Now)
March 30, 2017

Saudi Arabia Pivots to Asia (For Now)

By Owen Daniels
The Kingdom is looking east, but don’t count out relations with the US.
Why Would Pakistan Send Combat Troops to Saudi Arabia Now?
March 20, 2017

Why Would Pakistan Send Combat Troops to Saudi Arabia Now?

By Umair Jamal
Pakistan's consideration of a combat troop deployment to Saudi Arabia would cross an important line.

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.
India's Overseas Labor Pains
June 09, 2016

India's Overseas Labor Pains

By Neeta Lal
A migrant worker's death sharpens criticism of India's inability to protect its overseas laborers.

India's Pluralistic Islam Under Siege
April 29, 2016

India's Pluralistic Islam Under Siege

By Kuhan Madhan
Saudi-exported Salafism is trying to "purify" India's pluralistic strands of Islam.

Bombs and Burqas: Muslim Women and Extremism
March 21, 2016

Bombs and Burqas: Muslim Women and Extremism

By Farhat Haq
We're thrown off when women are drawn to religiously motivated violent extremism. We shouldn't be.

How South Asia Will Save Global Islam
January 08, 2016

How South Asia Will Save Global Islam

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
The South Asian traditions of Islam offer a compelling alternative to the religion's practice in the Middle East.
And Then There Were 13: Indonesia Rejoins OPEC
December 02, 2015

And Then There Were 13: Indonesia Rejoins OPEC

By Kirstin Berndt
Indonesia’s return to the oil cartel will have some interesting implications.

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