China-Pakistan: A Strategic Relationship in the Shadows

China wants to avoid criticism over its close security ties with troublesome Pakistan
Andrew Small
April 7, 2015

Danger From the East: Bangladeshi Extremists Target India

Political turmoil in Bangladesh spurs poverty, marginalization, illegal immigration to India and extremism
Saroj Kumar Rath
March 26, 2015

Under Modi, India Challenges Old Assumptions

Reversing India’s old non-alignment foreign policies, Modi embraces ties with the US and others
Harsh V. Pant
March 12, 2015

Thai Coup Alienates US Giving China New Opening

The US pressures Thai generals to plan elections, despite rocky transition and royal succession
Shawn W. Crispin
March 5, 2015

History Without Borders

Asia Inside Out Project resists history’s attraction to national borders by studying shifts over five centuries
Peter C. Perdue
February 24, 2015

Obama in India: Time to Get Serious on Common Goals

The world’s two biggest democracies do not reach full potential on trade or other common interests
Vikram Mansharamani
January 22, 2015

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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

It’s Just a Stealth Reform

Subsidies to encourage labor reforms won’t protect India’s textile industry from onslaught of automation trends
Nayan Chanda
July 25, 2016

Week of Terror Underscores a “Desperate” Islamic State

The Islamic State, losing militarily, shifts tactics toward conventional terrorism
Jessica Durando and Jim Michaels
July 4, 2016

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