A Small Stove With Big Ambitions

A $17 stove could reduce carbon emissions and improve women’s health in India
Margot Cohen
April 7, 2008

Terror in Mumbai: Two Faces of Globalization

Global economic integration depends largely on how India and the world deal with Pakistan and its radical Islam
Sadanand Dhume
December 1, 2008

Pakistan Democracy: An Interview with Husain Haqqani

Pakistan’s new democracy tackles multiple domestic and foreign-policy problems, sharing goals with the US and India
October 15, 2008

Islamic Challenge to Indonesia’s Democracy

Democracy remains highly vulnerable to determined anti-democratic movements
Sadanand Dhume
October 15, 2008

War on Terror's Collateral Damage

Pakistan's military ruler rides roughshod over domestic opposition
Ahmed Rashid
November 21, 2003

Diagnosing at a Distance

India’s telemedicine initiative could improve quality of life in both neglected rural areas and overseas
Margot Cohen
September 10, 2008

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

The Challenge of Urban Flooding

Economic disruptions of extreme weather are immense for large population centers like Chennai
December 3, 2015