Funding the Rebels in Myanmar

Nov. 23, 2016 The Chinese government is allowing domestic fundraising for Myanmar rebel fighters.

India’s Money Maneuver

Nov. 18, 2016 New currency measures are causing long lines and short tempers.

Tensions Brewing Between India and Pakistan

Nov. 2, 2016 Neither side wants war, but both face pressure to retaliate against attacks.

The Coming Crisis in South Asia

Oct. 13, 2016 Rising tensions in Kashmir mean the region can no longer be considered stable relative to the rest of Eurasia.

Afghan Government Staring at the Abyss

Oct. 10, 2016 The Taliban seem to be overwhelming the government on the battlefield.

Afghanistan’s Unending Civil War

Sept. 15, 2016 Despite Western backing, the government has been unable to suppress the Taliban and gain control of the country.

The Taliban and the Divided Afghan State

Aug. 30, 2016 Those who would fight the Taliban cannot present a united front.

China’s Successors: The Manufacturing Migration

June 15, 2016 New countries are inheriting the role of the once-dominant basic manufacturing powerhouse.

The US’ Distinct Approach to China and India

June 9, 2016 The two most populous nations have very different relationships with the United States.

India: One State, Many Countries

May 19, 2016 As the rest of Eurasia slides further into crisis, the only thing getting in India’s way is India.

Shifting Alliances in the Middle East and South Asia

April 4, 2016 For Saudi Arabia, Iran, Pakistan and India, the long-established dynamics are changing.

The Significance of US, Indian and Japanese Naval Exercises

March 4, 2016 While most joint drills are routine gestures, these signal an interesting shift.