Will Kashmir Protests and Terrorism Thwart India’s Global Ambitions?

Politicians and extremists exploiting grievances to instigate violence could drive away foreign investors
Harsh V. Pant
September 15, 2008

Pakistan on the Brink

Mismanaged “war on terror” has stirred extremism, threatening to rip Pakistan apart
Ahmed Rashid
September 19, 2008

A Door Opens for Reform in Pakistan – Part II

Political and legal reforms in the tribal belt are key to preventing extremists from filling the vacuum
Ziad Haider
August 25, 2008

New Energy Frontiers Expand Global Connections – Part II

Lacking fossil fuels, fast-growing India must innovate with alternative energy sources
Alexis Ringwald
August 19, 2008

Bangladesh Faces the Challenge of Globalization

Reliance on exports and remittances exposes vulnerability
Wahiduddin Mahmud
October 22, 2003

Crisis and Response – Part II

Afraid that a foreign presence would embolden citizens to protest, the Burmese junta limits access to the disaster area
Bertil Lintner
May 21, 2008

Gauging the ISIS Threat in Indonesia

About 300 Indonesians left for the Middle East and 100 returned
December 2, 2015

With Aung San Suu Kyi’s Rise, China and Myanmar Face New Relationship

China could offer opportunities for Myanmar’s economic growth
Jane Perlez
November 12, 2015

Sinking States

Rising sea levels may soon submerge entire countries, creating an unprecedented climate refugee crisis
Patrick Skyes
October 30, 2015

Beyond Hype and Pomp

Foreign tech investors are cautious on entering India until reforms are imposed
Nayan Chanda
October 22, 2015

Time to Ban the Bans

A culture war with religious bans could make foreign investors uncomfortable
Nayan Chanda
October 7, 2015