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Zakir Musa and Kashmir: Beyond Al-Qaeda
May 29, 2019
Zakir Musa and Kashmir: Beyond Al-Qaeda
Who was Zakir Musa?
Zakir Musa and Kashmir: Beyond Al-Qaeda
Modi 2.0 Confronts a Challenging Foreign Policy Landscape
May 24, 2019
Modi 2.0 Confronts a Challenging Foreign Policy Landscape
After celebrating his win, Modi needs to prepare for much work ahead on the foreign policy front.
Modi 2.0 Confronts a Challenging Foreign Policy Landscape
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?
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
Six Letters Reveal the Anxieties of Kashmiri Youth Away From Home
April 08, 2019
Six Letters Reveal the Anxieties of Kashmiri Youth Away From Home
Kashmiri youth all over India remain on edge as tensions after Pulwama continue to run high.
Six Letters Reveal the Anxieties of Kashmiri Youth Away From Home
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
Understanding the Latest India-Pakistan Meeting on the Kartarpur Corridor
March 18, 2019
Understanding the Latest India-Pakistan Meeting on the Kartarpur Corridor
Can the Kartarpur corridor become a source of meaningful dialogue between India and Pakistan?
Understanding the Latest India-Pakistan Meeting on the Kartarpur Corridor
From Pulwama to Balakot: What Did Pakistan Learn From the Recent Crisis?
March 05, 2019
From Pulwama to Balakot: What Did Pakistan Learn From the Recent Crisis?
What did Pakistan learn from the latest round of tensions with India?
From Pulwama to Balakot: What Did Pakistan Learn From the Recent Crisis?
A First: Afghan Shipment Heads to India Via Iran’s Chabahar Port
February 25, 2019
A First: Afghan Shipment Heads to India Via Iran’s Chabahar Port
Afghan goods came to India through Iran’s Chabahar port for the first time.
A First: Afghan Shipment Heads to India Via Iran’s Chabahar Port
Depoliticizing South Asia’s Water Crisis
February 24, 2019
Depoliticizing South Asia’s Water Crisis
National governments and regional policy makers must address the incessant politicization of water resource management in South Asia.
Depoliticizing South Asia’s Water Crisis
The US 2019 Missile Defense Review: A View From Asia
January 25, 2019
The US 2019 Missile Defense Review: A View From Asia
The U.S. Missile Defense Review will reverberate down Asia’s strategic chain.
The US 2019 Missile Defense Review: A View From Asia
India’s Land Warfare Doctrine 2018: Hoping for the Best, Preparing for the Worst
January 03, 2019
India’s Land Warfare Doctrine 2018: Hoping for the Best, Preparing for the Worst
A 2018 iteration of India’s Land Warfare Doctrine merits a close look.
India’s Land Warfare Doctrine 2018: Hoping for the Best, Preparing for the Worst
Is Water Scarcity a Bigger Threat Than the Taliban in Afghanistan?
October 10, 2018
Is Water Scarcity a Bigger Threat Than the Taliban in Afghanistan?
Water scarcity -- not war -- is a rising cause for displacement in Afghanistan.
Is Water Scarcity a Bigger Threat Than the Taliban in Afghanistan?
The 73rd General Assembly and Asia
October 02, 2018
The 73rd General Assembly and Asia
Trump and China, India and Pakistan, Mahathir Mohamad, North Korea, and more: the 2018 UNGA reviewed.
The 73rd General Assembly and Asia
India’s Foreign Policy in a Changing World
September 20, 2018
India’s Foreign Policy in a Changing World
What are the key factors limiting and driving Indian foreign policy?
India’s Foreign Policy in a Changing World
Nepal’s Communist Government Tightens Its Grip on Civil Society
September 10, 2018
Nepal’s Communist Government Tightens Its Grip on Civil Society
A new set of draconian laws is setting Nepal on a troubling trajectory.
Nepal’s Communist Government Tightens Its Grip on Civil Society
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