An Invisible Killer Hangs in the Air of Asia’s Cities
By Karn Vohra
Air pollution deaths increase by 150,000 in rapidly growing South and Southeast Asian cities.
The Colonial Legacies of Authoritarianism in South Asia
By Ayesha Jalal
India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh all inherited over-centralized state monoliths with unitary ideologies of sovereignty from the British Raj.
An Era of Extremes in South Asia: A Crisis of Health, Development, and Policy Planning
By Ishani Palandurkar
South Asia is one of the most vulnerable regions in the world to climate extremes, which bring serious health complications.
South Asia’s Nuclear Dilemma in the Age of the Intelligent Bomb
By Trisha Ray
Whatever the intent behind a certain technology in nuclear systems is, it is the perception of that capability that will drive the response of other states.
SAARC Is Dead. Long Live Subregional Cooperation
By Santosh Sharma Poudel
India-Pakistan rivalry and India’s isolation of Pakistan contributed to the death of the South Asian regional organization. But India is keen on working with its other neighbors.
Beware the Himalayan Heat: China, India, and Pakistan on the Brink
By Daniel Markey, Andrew Scobell, Vikram Singh
Even as war in Europe grinds on, Washington should not lose sight of the frightening implications of recent developments in South Asia.
India’s Marathon Diplomacy With Iran
By Amalendu Misra
Why is India cozying up to Iran?
South Asia’s Cultural Climate Is at Risk. What Can the US Do?
By Knox Thames
Encouraging South Asian nations to protect their historic multiculturalism will help reduce human rights violations, protect religious and ethnic minorities, and promote peace and stability.
Is the Term ‘South Asia’ Correct?
By Krzysztof Iwanek
When should we use the word “India,” and when should we use “South Asia”?
South Asia and the Coming Biden Presidency
By Ankit Panda
What should South Asian states expect from the United States under Joe Biden?
South Asia Floods Displace Millions, Kill 550
By Associated Press
Close to a third of Bangladesh has already been flooded, with more flooding expected in the coming weeks.
Why India Needs to Draw the Line With China: The Geopolitics of the Sino-Indian Skirmish
By Akhilesh Pillalamarri
India needs to draw the right lessons from the Galwan Valley skirmish.