Central Asia Description

The Court Rules in Pakistan

Pakistan Supreme Court’s dogged efforts to reduce corruption could signal democracy – or chaos
Paula Newberg
June 21, 2012

Designing Fair Shares Prosperity in Asia

Asia’s future depends on sustainable investments, prosperity shared by all, not export-led growth
Chandran Nair
May 31, 2012

Can Afghanistan and Pakistan Prop Each Other Up?

As NATO leaves, a last hope is that Afghans and Pakistanis try economic cooperation
Paula Newberg
March 30, 2012

Globalization From the Heart of Eurasia

Could quest by Kazakhstan’s president for regional and global integration improve policies at home?
Richard Weitz
February 29, 2012

US-Pakistani Relations in Crisis – Part II

Despite growing strategic differences with Pakistan, the US should not reduce civilian aid
Robert M. Hathaway
January 5, 2012

US-Pakistani Relations in Crisis – Part I

Moscow ponders NATO’s dilemma in Afghanistan with mixture of angst and schadenfreude
Richard Weitz
January 3, 2012

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Russia: Friction With the West, New Ties With the East

But can ambitious powers neglect entire continents?
Laurence Neville
September 23, 2014

Pointless Punishment

Sanctions are not easing conflict in Ukraine and could disrupt Asian allies of the US
Ely Ratner and Elizabeth Rosenberg
August 23, 2014

UN: Surging Environmental Crime Funds Conflicts, Hurts Growth

Conflicts and crime reduce aid and destabilize nations
June 27, 2014

China Says It Will Help Iraq

As extremists sweep through Iraq, the US sends forces
Rita Brown
June 18, 2014

Tiananmen: Vietnam's Newspapers Criticize Crackdown

Media find it easier to critique policies of another communist country
Nga Pham
June 13, 2014

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