Rise of Minority Muslim Population Poses Challenge to India’s Democracy

India, poised to have the most Muslims by 2050, grapples to control resentment and lack of opportunities
Riaz Hassan
October 8, 2015

Pakistan Keen to Keep Ties with Iran and Saudi Arabia

Open for trade, Iran may test two rivalries – its own with Saudi Arabia, another between Pakistan and India
Debalina Ghoshal
October 1, 2015

Is ASEAN Losing Its Way?

Fragmented ASEAN balks at taking a position on China’s creeping expansionism in the South China Sea
Amitav Acharya
September 24, 2015

Myanmar Ousts Rising Political Star, Confirming Doubts Over Democratic Reforms

Ouster of Shwe Mann suggests that Myanmar’s military leaders are in control, setting strict limits on reforms
Bertil Lintner
August 18, 2015

New Delhi’s Soft Power Push

Under Modi, India cultivates and promotes soft power of Bollywood, Sanskrit, yoga and democracy
Harsh V. Pant
August 20, 2015

Beijing’s Maritime Silk Road Passes Through Islamabad

With strong ties to Pakistan, China extends economic and strategic influence over the Indian Ocean region
Dilip Hiro
July 21, 2015

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Death of Thai King Throws Country Into Turmoil

The ruling military junta works on buffing the royal family’s image
October 13, 2016

Arms Race Threatened on India-China Border

India deploys supersonic cruise missiles to Arunachal
Neeta Lal
September 5, 2016

Food for Thought

Protectionist mood in advanced economies may nudge emerging economies to develop their own service markets
Nayan Chanda
August 15, 2016

The Change Luck City: Dhaka’s Climate Refugees

The city lacks resources to handle the growing numbers
Nellie Le Beau and Hugh Tuckfield
August 12, 2016

Desperate to Survive, Malaysia’s PM Sells His Country to China

But some deals could be overturned if Malaysians get angry
Philip Bowring
August 10, 2016

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