Bangladesh Accommodates Extremism, Spelling Danger for the Region

With a series of attacks and no crackdown on extremism, Bangladesh retreats from its secular, democratic beginnings
Sumit Ganguly
May 17, 2016

Modi’s Middle East Outreach

With visits to Saudi Arabia and UAE, Modi aims to position India globally so as to isolate Pakistan
Harsh V. Pant
March 31, 2016

Despite Their Economic Strides, China and India Lag on Health Care

World’s two most populous nations must remedy gaps in health care to realize their full economic potential
Zeena Johar and Xue Ying Hwang
December 17, 2015

Prosperous Diaspora Has Increasing Influence in India’s Domestic Politics

Modi’s BJP organizes lavish overseas receptions for Modi, using enthusiasm of Indian diaspora to create database for next election
Dilip Hiro
November 17, 2015

Opposition Wins in Myanmar, But Military Still Holds the Reins

Despite landslide victory for NLD in Myanmar, threat lingers from rebel groups and the military may not fade in the background
Bertil Lintner
November 12, 2015

Nepal's Constitutional Crisis Involves Its Giant Neighbors

Nepal is hit by constitution crisis – India is viewed as interfering and China expands its influence
Harsh V. Pant
October 15, 2015

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Historic Chance for Myanmar Peace Probably Scuttled

Rakhine has “the hallmarks of recent past tragedies – Rwanda, Darfur, Bosnia, Kosovo”
Michele Penna
January 9, 2017

A Tale of Two Middle Classes

Rapid development of robots gives middle classes everywhere reason to be nervous
Nayan Chanda
December 20, 2016

India to Replace Largest Bank Notes

The goal is to curb counterfeiting and tax evasion
Raymond Zhong
November 10, 2016

The Ride to a Pollution-Free India

Battery-powered e-rickshaws ensure quiet streets without fumes
Nayan Chanda
October 26, 2016

Climate Accord Could Push A/C Out of Sweltering India’s Reach

India and other poor nations must end use of low-cost air conditioners that rely on HFCs by 2028
Ellen Barry and Coral Davenport
October 17, 2016

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