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

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


Time to Review FDI Rules

The gap between government demands for FDI jobs and modern workplaces looms large
Nayan Chanda
July 4, 2016

Modi in America: Strategic Convergence Alone Won’t Deflect Scrutiny on Treatment of NGOs and Minorities

The US presses for more reforms even as relations with Vietnam and India improve
Nayan Chanda
June 6, 2016

India’s Education Deficit

Modern workplaces confront a skills mismatch
Nayan Chanda
May 30, 2016

US Airstrike Against Taliban Leader Crossed a Pakistani “Red Line”

Some targets are too big and tempting
Tim Craig and Greg Miller
May 25, 2016

American Apathy: Voters’ Aversion to Foreign Entanglements Bodes Ill for Stability in Asia

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are the presumptive nominees, and Bernie Sanders still wins states
Nayan Chanda
May 18, 2016