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

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

Tree-Felling Fiasco: Symptom of a Deep-Rooted Problem

Hanoi citizens express outrage; city’s “landscape project,” involves cutting 6,700 mature trees
Thu Huong Le
March 30, 2015

Anchor, With Prudence

Modi visits island neighbors, but big powers must be sensitive in approach
Nayan Chanda
March 20, 2015

Sri Lanka Tells China It Will Rethink Ties and a Major Port Project

All development projects are under review to avoid protection, environmental harm, foreign controls
Chen Qin and Huang Shan
March 12, 2015

Why “India’s Daughter” Should Be Seen in India

Indian government’s attempt to block the film reinforces the message
Salil Tripathi
March 6, 2015

New Contours

China follows the US in wooing India’s Modi
Nayan Chanda
February 18, 2015