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The Trans-Afghan Pipeline Initiative: No Pipe Dream

Marc Grossman YaleGlobal, 28 August 2014
Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, India agree to move on 1,700-kilometer natural gas pipeline
NEW HAVEN : An avalanche of bad news has engulfed the world – murder in the skies over Ukraine, renewed war between Israel and Hamas, and a terrorist resurgence in Iraq. Amid the global chaos, one positive development got little attention – a development that could help advance peace between India and Pakistan, improve chances for reconciliation in Afghanistan, undermine energy blackmail by Russia, and keep economic pressure on Iran while nuclear negotiations continue. More >

Italy and Japan: Troubled Twins of Globalization

Joji Sakurai YaleGlobal, 26 August 2014
In separate quests for beauty and perfection, Japanese and Italians are lulled into provincial trapt

Pakistan, Obsessed Over India, Risks Anarchy

Husain Haqqani YaleGlobal, 21 August 2014
Pakistan cannot afford India as lasting enemy, yet agitators won’t let leaders make peace

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