Modi Throws Down Gauntlet to Pakistan and China

Modi no longer holds back criticism on Pakistan’s troubles in Balochistan – which also stings China
Harsh V. Pant
August 25, 2016

India’s Digital Revolution Poised to Propel Services

The India Stack – connecting bank accounts, unique ID numbers and mobile phones – will deliver massive productivity in services
Nandan Nilekani
July 26, 2016

A Quarter Century of Market Reform Leaves India Richer With Wider Inequality

India joined global markets with its 1991 New Economic Policy, lifting GDP, but the income gap widened
Dilip Hiro
July 12, 2016

Wolf-Pack Terrorism: Inspired by ISIS, Made in Bangladesh

ISIS reverses course: Jihadists leave Syria, putting countries like Bangladesh under siege and driving wedges amid political squabbling
Saroj Kumar Rath
July 5, 2016

War of Words: What's in the Name “Rohingya”?

Myanmar’s fledgling democracy is marred by denying rights for a Muslim minority, urging foreigners to avoid historical term “Rohingya”
Azeem Ibrahim
June 16, 2016

Ambition and Chinese Hostility Push India Closer to the US

Modi envisions India as a leading power in shaping global outcomes and seeks US support
Harsh V. Pant
June 7, 2016

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