September, 2018

  • 23 September

    India’s Warmonger-in-Chief

    India's dramatic U-turn on talks with Pakistan and its army chiefs bellicose language against Islamabad has pushed volatile South Asia towards renewed tensions and uncertainty.

August, 2018

  • 30 August

    Eurasian Real Politik

    As a concept Eurasianism encourages prevalence of regional relations over distanced ones, the SCO platform holds a promise for stability and options for negotiated resolution of crises for both Pakistan and India.

July, 2018

  • 10 July

    India Should Not Use Water Crisis to Justify River Linking

    Modi’s government should focus on local solutions and stronger governance rather than build large dams and river diversions, argues Ashok Swain.

May, 2018

  • 12 May

    View from India: It’s Not About the Nuclear Deal

    The U.S. won’t ease the terms of sanctions on Iran, as the goal is regime change in Tehran.

April, 2018

  • 22 April

    Kashmir Water Crisis Hits At Its Staple: Rice

    As water levels have plummeted on the back of a winter that saw low snowfall and rainfall, the state government is urging local cultivators not to plant paddy this year.

February, 2018

  • 25 February

    Sridevi’s Death Shocks South Asia and Beyond

    Death of Sridevi in Dubai leaves her admirers across South Asia and beyond in disbelief and shock as the outpouring of grief continues.

  • 21 February

    Five Ways India Must Help its Farmers Face the Threat of Climate Change

    Climate change could hurt Indian farmers' income by up to 20-25% in the medium term.

January, 2018

  • 27 January

    India’s Population Explosion And Govt. Inaction

    The most threatening crisis facing India is that of population explosion. But the national leadership remains indifferent despite knowing that it is stuck in a now-or-never situation.

December, 2017

  • 5 December

    Asia’s Other Nuclear Standoff

    With the world focused on the scary possibility of war on the Korean Peninsula, not many people paid much attention to a series of naval exercises this past July in the Malacca Strait, a 550-mile long passage between Sumatra and Malaysia through which pass over 50,000 ships a year.   With President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un …

  • 1 December

    View from India: Scripting Another Asian Narrative

    Japan is filling the vacuum created by the U.S.’s withdrawal from the region.