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

Modi: Forging New Relationships with Washington

Promoting prosperity and national security for India requires robust foreign policy from Modi
Sumit Ganguly
September 30, 2014

Silk Road Diplomacy – Twists, Turns and Distorted History

China harkens the Silk Road in foreign policy initiatives, but the history is less benign
Tansen Sen
September 23, 2014

The Trans-Afghan Pipeline Initiative: No Pipe Dream

Afghanistan, Turkmenistan, Pakistan, India agree to move on 1,700-kilometer natural gas pipeline
Marc Grossman
August 28, 2014

Pakistan, Obsessed Over India, Risks Anarchy

Pakistan cannot afford India as lasting enemy, yet agitators won’t let leaders make peace
Husain Haqqani
August 21, 2014

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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

Rohingya Left Behind in Myanmar's Power Transition

Minority Muslims are denied citizenship, education and opportunity
Lucy Kafanov
April 1, 2016

Better Late Than Never

India realizes that allowing foreign direct investment is good for citizens and non-citizens alike
Nayan Chanda
March 31, 2016

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