India: Emerging as Eastern or Western Power?

India can follow in the footsteps of Japan or China – or even forge its own path
Kishore Mahbubani
December 19, 2006

AIDS Threatens India’s Prosperity

Failure to rein in the epidemic could undermine India’s growth and affect its trading partners
Pramit Mitra
November 30, 2006

Vietnam Plays Wary Host to APEC

As host of the APEC summit, Vietnam grows nervous about bird flu
Thomas Abraham
November 16, 2006

Will Guns Fall Silent in South Asia?

End of civil war in Nepal could serve as model for a troubled region
Paula R. Newberg
December 5, 2006

Globalization Hits Road Bumps in India

Appalling governance and populism combine to block reform and deter economic integration with the world
Pranab Bardhan
October 3, 2006

Gauging Terror – Part II, India

Despite suffering substantial losses from terrorism, India resists initiating military strikes
Michael Krepon
August 17, 2006

Hindi Chini Shy Shy

Bumpy diplomacy and uneasy ties between China and India pose global consequences
Tansen Sen
September 24, 2014

Dockyard Attackers Planned to Hijack Navy Frigate

Extremists infiltrate the Pakistani military
Fahim Zaman and Naziha Syed Ali
September 17, 2014

Match Speech With Action

To compete globally, India must embrace sustainability and strong education skills
Nayan Chanda
September 8, 2014

Jokowi’s Sea of Troubles

Fuel subsidies, laws that limit foreign investment hamper development
September 5, 2014

PM's Pakistan Outreach Ends in Predictable Whimper

Modi cancels talks, boosting Sharif’s opponents
Siddharth Varadarajan
August 19, 2014