In Depth: Journalism and South Asia

31 Oct 2012

Editor’s Introduction

in the region. There are major defense, economic, and energy interests at stake ...

27 Dec 2011

The Next al-Qaeda? Lashkar-e-Taiba and the Future of Terrorism in South Asia

Lashkar-e-Taiba has morphed from a militia operating in Kashmir to a regional broker with designs on becoming the next global terror network.
23 Nov 2011

Neglected India: Why Is Washington Ignoring the World’s Largest Democracy?

The US and India are natural allies, but Obama has let China and Pakistan get in the way of New Delhi’s importance.
1 May 2010

Ministry of Silly Wars: Britain in Central Asia

Forget the ghosts of Afghanistan: There's plenty to learn from the strange tale of the British in Tibet.
7 Jan 2013

Japan’s Values Diplomacy

In the face of a hostile and undemocratic China, Japan’s new prime minister is putting a premium on shared values, stressing ties with the US and reaching out to Australia and India.
20 Dec 2010

Not a Parody, But Should Be: Is anyone in charge at NATO’s Afghan Police Training Command?

[ I still don’t understand: the equipment is now at regional centers, ...

17 May 2007

Good and Bad Mainstream Journalism

country. Several foreign powers in the region have a stake in that city. ...

12 Apr 2010

A Teachable Moment

republics, as well as Russia, Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, and the border region ...