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A Changing India: Caught Between Illiberalism and Social Revolution
August 18, 2019

A Changing India: Caught Between Illiberalism and Social Revolution

By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
Is India on the cusp of a social revolution?

Pakistan and the FATF: On Borrowed Time?
June 25, 2019

Pakistan and the FATF: On Borrowed Time?

By Umair Jamal
What are Pakistan’s options at the FATF?
Zakir Musa and Kashmir: Beyond Al-Qaeda
May 29, 2019

Zakir Musa and Kashmir: Beyond Al-Qaeda

By Adnan Bhat
Who was Zakir Musa?

Modi 2.0 Confronts a Challenging Foreign Policy Landscape
May 24, 2019

Modi 2.0 Confronts a Challenging Foreign Policy Landscape

By Harsh V. Pant
After celebrating his win, Modi needs to prepare for much work ahead on the foreign policy front.

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?

By Akhil Ramesh
Is it accurate to characterize China’s lending practices in South Asia as predatory?

Afghanistan: Prospects and Challenges to Regional Connectivity
April 19, 2019

Afghanistan: Prospects and Challenges to Regional Connectivity

By Mariam Safi and Bismellah Alizada
Afghanistan has a long and difficult road to transition from an aid dependent economy to a trade and transit economy.

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

By Arpita Singh and Tahira Noor Khan
Kashmiri youth all over India remain on edge as tensions after Pulwama continue to run high.
Indian Foreign Policy After the Elections: All Eyes on China
April 04, 2019

Indian Foreign Policy After the Elections: All Eyes on China

By Harsh V. Pant
Whatever comes after India’s election, the role of China will loom large in Indian foreign policy.

Understanding the Latest India-Pakistan Meeting on the Kartarpur Corridor
March 18, 2019

Understanding the Latest India-Pakistan Meeting on the Kartarpur Corridor

By Umair Jamal
Can the Kartarpur corridor become a source of meaningful dialogue between India and Pakistan?

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?

By Umair Jamal
What did Pakistan learn from the latest round of tensions with India?

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

By Ankit Panda
Afghan goods came to India through Iran’s Chabahar port for the first time.
Depoliticizing South Asia’s Water Crisis
February 24, 2019

Depoliticizing South Asia’s Water Crisis

By Farwa Aamer and Jace White
National governments and regional policy makers must address the incessant politicization of water resource management in South Asia.

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