India Cannot Afford Rural Failure

The crisis of India’s farmers has the potential to derail the country’s exceptional economic growth
Mira Kamdar
April 20, 2007

The World’s Growing Nuclear Club

India can offer some lessons on non-proliferation in a new nuclear age
Humphrey Hawksley
April 16, 2007

China and the US: To Hedge or Engage

Continuing Sino-American cooperation throughout Asia could ensure global stability
David Shambaugh
April 11, 2007

The Rise in Extremism – Part II

As fundamentalists in Indonesia strive to control and homogenize Islam, social harmony is the first casualty
Baladas Ghoshal
April 3, 2007

India: Poverty Retreats with Globalization’s Advance

Economic dynamism spurred by global connections helped an impoverished nation to overcome crises
Baldev Raj Nayar
February 1, 2007

Military Temptations

Writing in India's respected newspaper the Hindu, one of its leading writer Malini Parthasarathy warns against copycat moves by other countries fighting "terrorism" in the belief that strong military action will solve their problems. Such policy may cost the US little, she says, but it will devastate South Asia.
Nayan Chanda
December 5, 2001

Specter of Islamic State Looms Over Pakistan

The extremists are drawn to areas with chaotic governance and religious extremists
Farhan Bokhari
October 30, 2014

India to Modernize Vietnam’s Defense Forces

China rejects others interfering with its claims in the South China Sea
Suhasini Haidar
October 29, 2014

Bangladeshi Workers Organize to Protect Their Most Valuable Export: Themselves

Unions protect workers from exploitation
Tiffany Williams
October 15, 2014

Bound Together Differently: Complexity Marks Asia’s Embrace of Social Media

Key to mastering social media is discerning what users want to share with friends
Thomas Crampton
October 13, 2014

Trade With Caution

Successful foreign investment focuses on local hire, quality and balance
Nayan Chanda
October 10, 2014