Modi Doubles Down on the Neighborhood

Pragmatic politics and economics lead India’s Modi to nurture strong ties close to home
Alyssa Ayres
June 10, 2014

Timor-Leste: Lessons of a Failing State?

Timor-Leste, struggling since independence in 2002, cannot take international generosity for granted
Loro Horta
May 22, 2014

Gujarat Model of Foreign Policy: Let Economy Be the Driver

Decisive BJP-Modi victory and economic growth could produce strong India and balance for Asia
Walter Andersen
May 20, 2014

China’s Push in the South China Sea Divides the Region

ASEAN mum, impotent over Chinese rig and claims in the South China Sea
Murray Hiebert
May 15, 2014

Asia’s Big Democracies Head to the Polls

Democracy in India and Indonesia is exuberant – but coalition governance struggles to address challenges
Pallavi Aiyar
April 17, 2014

Defying the Taliban, Afghans Head to the Polls

Afghans have made great strides since 2001 – April election is a fight for the future
Marc Grossman
March 20, 2014


False Sense of Security

Few Asian nations will be immune from a downturn in the Chinese economy
Nayan Chanda
February 9, 2016

Charsadda Attack: It Is Time to Ask Pakistan Army Some Hard Questions

Military investments may offer diminishing returns
Umer Ali
January 20, 2016

Nuclear Blackmail – Pakistan and North Korea Are Adept Practitioners of This Art

Pakistan may back away from such threats?
Nayan Chanda
January 18, 2016

Faulty Mission?

21st century workplaces are automated and require skilled labor
Nayan Chanda
January 12, 2016

India's Role in Climate Change

The emerging economy pledged that 40 percent of energy will come from renewables by 2030
Nayan Chanda
December 17, 2015