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From the Ruins of the Caliphate: Sri Lanka’s Bloody Easter
April 26, 2019
From the Ruins of the Caliphate: Sri Lanka’s Bloody Easter
Don't let the Islamic State connection overshadow the local factors that fed into the attack.
From the Ruins of the Caliphate: Sri Lanka’s Bloody Easter
The Easter Bombings in Sri Lanka Foreshadow a Regional Challenge
April 24, 2019
The Easter Bombings in Sri Lanka Foreshadow a Regional Challenge
The shocking Easter Day terror attacks in Sri Lanka underscore a regional problem.
The Easter Bombings in Sri Lanka Foreshadow a Regional Challenge
Are India-Pakistan Relations Doomed?
April 06, 2017
Are India-Pakistan Relations Doomed?
The stubborn realities in the bilateral relationship show few signs of changing anytime soon.
Are India-Pakistan Relations Doomed?
How India Can Lead South Asia's War on Terror
October 19, 2016
How India Can Lead South Asia's War on Terror
The subregion can do much more to combat the threat, and India can lead these efforts.
How India Can Lead South Asia's War on Terror
Afghanistan Celebrates India’s Post-Independence Achievements
August 18, 2016
Afghanistan Celebrates India’s Post-Independence Achievements
On India's Independence Day, Afghanistan celebrates a thriving bilateral relationship.
Afghanistan Celebrates India’s Post-Independence Achievements
Pakistan Needs a New Security Paradigm
July 30, 2016
Pakistan Needs a New Security Paradigm
It's time for Islamabad to think bigger.
Pakistan Needs a New Security Paradigm
Dhaka Hostage Crisis: Anatomy of a Terror Attack
July 07, 2016
Dhaka Hostage Crisis: Anatomy of a Terror Attack
The terror landscape in Bangladesh merits close scrutiny after the Gulshan hostage crisis.
Dhaka Hostage Crisis: Anatomy of a Terror Attack
Dhaka Hostage Standoff Underscores Bangladesh's Growing Terror Problem
July 02, 2016
Dhaka Hostage Standoff Underscores Bangladesh's Growing Terror Problem
Though details remain murky, Friday's terror attack in Dhaka underscores a worrying trend.
Dhaka Hostage Standoff Underscores Bangladesh's Growing Terror Problem
Talks Between India and Pakistan Postponed Until the 'Near Future'
January 15, 2016
Talks Between India and Pakistan Postponed Until the 'Near Future'
The much-heralded talks between New Delhi and Islamabad have stalled once again.
Talks Between India and Pakistan Postponed Until the 'Near Future'
A Seismic Shift in India’s Pakistan Policy
August 25, 2015
A Seismic Shift in India’s Pakistan Policy
New Delhi has shifted its approach toward talks with Pakistan. The implications stand to be huge.
A Seismic Shift in India’s Pakistan Policy
Meet the 'Khorasan Shura': The Islamic State's Leaders for South Asia
January 29, 2015
Meet the 'Khorasan Shura': The Islamic State's Leaders for South Asia
The Islamic State unveils a council of leaders in Afghanistan and Pakistan comprised of former TTP members.
Meet the 'Khorasan Shura': The Islamic State's Leaders for South Asia
Pentagon: Pakistan Uses 'Proxy Forces' in India and Afghanistan
November 06, 2014
Pentagon: Pakistan Uses 'Proxy Forces' in India and Afghanistan
An October 2014 Pentagon report calls out Pakistan for its use of terrorist proxies in India and Afghanistan.
Pentagon: Pakistan Uses 'Proxy Forces' in India and Afghanistan
Pakistani Taliban Threatens Indian Prime Minister
November 06, 2014
Pakistani Taliban Threatens Indian Prime Minister
A splinter group of the Pakistani Taliban threatened Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
Pakistani Taliban Threatens Indian Prime Minister
Al Qaeda Opens Wing in South Asia
September 05, 2014
Al Qaeda Opens Wing in South Asia
Al Qaeda released a video declaring that it was starting a branch in the Indian subcontinent.
Al Qaeda Opens Wing in South Asia
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