The Day A Nuclear Conflict Was Averted

During the 1999 Kargil crisis, Clinton’s forceful diplomacy pulled Pakistan back from the nuclear brink
Strobe Talbott
September 13, 2004

India’s Kinder and Gentler Globalization

The new government wants to show it can take care of the neediest while promoting investment and exports
Pratap Bhanu Mehta
August 3, 2004

Indian Election: Of Computer Mice and Men

The ruling BJP lost because their version of globalization left out the poor
S. Nihal Singh
May 17, 2004

Clearing Clouds Over the Karakoram Pass

Sino-Pakistani cooperation in fighting terrorism improves relations, but other challenges may arise
Ziad Haider
March 29, 2004

End Game in Sri Lanka

Global factors bring long civil war to a close, but only reconciliation can end an extremist ideology
Harsh V. Pant
February 23, 2009

A Dangerous Void in Pakistan

As the US plans to send more troops to Afghanistan, the country next door seems rudderless
Ahmed Rashid
March 4, 2009

Chinese Premier Li Warns Southeast Asia Nations Against “Provocations”

China sends mixed message on cooperation
Andrew Browne
April 11, 2014

Non-Resident Supporters Prop Up AAP's Lok Sabha Campaign

Indian diaspora steps up to organize for candidates
Himanshi Dhawan
April 9, 2014

Of Climate and Political Change

India’s political leaders take a wait-and-see attitude on climate change
Nayan Chanda
April 3, 2014

The Cult of Cronyism

Global corporate interests prefer candidate in India who can manage corruption in predictable way
Siddharth Varadarajan
April 2, 2014

Philippines Prepares for Historic Peace Deal

Autonomous Bangsamoro region for MILF may end 40 years of violence
Ted Regencia
March 28, 2014