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Is the Pakhtun Tahaffuz Movement a Threat to the Pakistani Military's Interests?
April 26, 2018
Is the Pakhtun Tahaffuz Movement a Threat to the Pakistani Military's Interests?
The military is taking the grievances of Pakistan's disgruntled Pashtuns seriously.
Is the Pakhtun Tahaffuz Movement a Threat to the Pakistani Military's Interests?
Connecting Asia: Uzbekistan Looks to Capitalize on Central Asia’s Transport Potential
April 12, 2018
Connecting Asia: Uzbekistan Looks to Capitalize on Central Asia’s Transport Potential
With new rail projects, Uzbekistan is contributing to the development of transport and trade in Central and South Asia.
Connecting Asia: Uzbekistan Looks to Capitalize on Central Asia’s Transport Potential
The Trump Administration’s New Afghan Problem: The Islamic State
April 03, 2018
The Trump Administration’s New Afghan Problem: The Islamic State
The Islamic State’s South Asia branch complicates regional efforts to move Afghanistan toward peace.
The Trump Administration’s New Afghan Problem: The Islamic State
Squeezing Pakistan For Results in Afghanistan
March 28, 2018
Squeezing Pakistan For Results in Afghanistan
Washington needs to give the dialogue process a chance in Afghanistan.
Squeezing Pakistan For Results in Afghanistan
China Acknowledges Transfer of Ballistic Missile Optical Tracking System to Pakistan
March 25, 2018
China Acknowledges Transfer of Ballistic Missile Optical Tracking System to Pakistan
The transferred technology gives Pakistani missile engineers better insight into flight tests involving multiple warheads.
China Acknowledges Transfer of Ballistic Missile Optical Tracking System to Pakistan
What My DNA Says About India’s History
March 14, 2018
What My DNA Says About India’s History
What a dive into the past, as told through genetics, can reveal about South Asia's history.
What My DNA Says About India’s History
Has Russia Lost Patience With India?
March 02, 2018
Has Russia Lost Patience With India?
Russian attempts to punish perceived Indian transgressions could have serious impact on their relationship.
Has Russia Lost Patience With India?
CASA-1000 Creeps Toward Construction Bridging Central and South Asia
February 08, 2018
CASA-1000 Creeps Toward Construction Bridging Central and South Asia
The time is quickly approaching when the CASA-1000 countries need to actually start building things.
CASA-1000 Creeps Toward Construction Bridging Central and South Asia
What’s Delaying Nepal’s Tourism Boom?
February 07, 2018
What’s Delaying Nepal’s Tourism Boom?
If Nepal wants to attract more tourists, the development of regional airports constitutes the “mother of all necessities.”
What’s Delaying Nepal’s Tourism Boom?
Indonesian President Visits South Asia, Boosting His Image at Home and Abroad
February 06, 2018
Indonesian President Visits South Asia, Boosting His Image at Home and Abroad
In South Asia, Jokowi sought to re-engage Indonesia with the region and signal to his audience back home.
Indonesian President Visits South Asia, Boosting His Image at Home and Abroad
The World Seen From India’s Raisina Dialogue 2018
January 23, 2018
The World Seen From India’s Raisina Dialogue 2018
In its third iteration, India's Raisina Dialogue shines as a forum at the forefront of regional and global discussions.
The World Seen From India’s Raisina Dialogue 2018
The Risk of a Nuclear-Tinged South Asian Crisis Is Rising
January 11, 2018
The Risk of a Nuclear-Tinged South Asian Crisis Is Rising
The odds of another serious South Asian crisis remain high.
The Risk of a Nuclear-Tinged South Asian Crisis Is Rising
Asian Geopolitics in 2018: What to Worry About and What to Expect
January 04, 2018
Asian Geopolitics in 2018: What to Worry About and What to Expect
What are the issues and flashpoints that will come to define Asia in 2018?
Asian Geopolitics in 2018: What to Worry About and What to Expect
Afghanistan Plays Turkey's Game, Arrests Teachers Reportedly Linked to Gulen
December 15, 2017
Afghanistan Plays Turkey's Game, Arrests Teachers Reportedly Linked to Gulen
Kabul seems willing to pay the price to play with Ankara, that price being a few Turkish teachers.
Afghanistan Plays Turkey's Game, Arrests Teachers Reportedly Linked to Gulen
Why Pakistan’s Ruling Party Should Aim For an Early Election
December 12, 2017
Why Pakistan’s Ruling Party Should Aim For an Early Election
An alleged state led resistance to the Pakistan Muslim League Nawaz’s rule can only subside if the party wins a colossal mandate in the next general elections.
Why Pakistan’s Ruling Party Should Aim For an Early Election
The Danger of Trump’s Pakistan Approach
November 04, 2017
The Danger of Trump’s Pakistan Approach
Taking a tougher line on Islamabad without a clear strategy is a losing proposition.
The Danger of Trump’s Pakistan Approach
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