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

An Afghan Dilemma for China and India

For regional prosperity, Afghan President Ghani expects China, India, Pakistan to help smooth transition
Harsh V. Pant
December 4, 2014

The Olympic Games and Asia’s Rise

More Olympics games are hosted by cities beyond the West, and multinationals appreciate the expanded reach
Susan Brownell
November 27, 2014

Threat for India: Islamic State, Al Qaeda and Taliban

NATO’s drawdown in Afghanistan and rise of Islamic State leave India vulnerable to terrorism
Saroj Kumar Rath
November 20, 2014

EU Politics Could Look to Multiethnic India for Strategies

Euro skeptics challenge the EU, but India’s multiparty coalition democracy could be solution for inclusive politics
Pallavi Aiyar
November 11, 2014

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"My Name Is Sadiq Khan and I'm the Mayor of London"

Great cities and nations inspire with their welcomes for immigrants and integration
Nabanita Sircar
May 10, 2016

India Is Suffering One of Its Worst Droughts in Decades

The monsoon may bring relief, but water should be conserved to account for seasonal variations
Archana Chaudhary
May 4, 2016

What You Need to Know About Growing Extremist Violence in Bangladesh

The government fears antagonizing religious parties
Nikhil Kumar and Rishi Iyengar
April 29, 2016

Indonesia’s Hesitancy on the Global Stage

Reform of global institutions requires active participation by developing nations
Nithin Coca
April 27, 2016

A Tale of Two Countries

China is highly strategic in industrializing by acquiring foreign firms
Nayan Chanda
April 19, 2016

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