A small area at the center of the dispute between two tribes and two provinces is critically delaying the Diamer Bhasha dam and the China-Pakistan economic corridor.
What Will Brexit Mean for Africa?
Britain's decision to leave the EU will fundamentally affect Africa's relationship with UK in a way that will be damaging to all.
Kyrgyzstan’s Self-Defeating Conflict With Moderate Islam
The state’s clash with a well-respected Muslim leader will only encourage true radicalization in the country.
US-China Maritime Disputes: Too Close for Comfort
Tensions are ratcheting up between China and the United States over maritime boundaries in Asia.
A Failed State in Latin America?
There's still hope for the "pink tide" that swept aside Latin America's right-wing dictators. But in Venezuela, Chavismo is on its last legs.
Chahbahar And Gwadar
With free trade zones and only 72 kilometers to be inter-connected by road and rail, Chahbahar and Gwadar are complementary instead of being in competition.
Security Risks in the Age of Smart Homes
Smart home technologies have some major security weaknesses that better design and programming could solve.
Responding to Sri Lanka’s Economic Crisis
The gloomy short-term economic forecast is bound to test the strength of Sri Lanka’s ruling coalition. In managing painful economic reforms, the government’s hard work is only beginning.
Megadonors Capitalize on Offshore Opportunities
The release of the Panama Papers has brought fresh reminders of the stunning amount of wealth held offshore, but that’s a world these donors and their firms navigate routinely as part of a rarefied investment community far more wealthy and sophisticated than the market to which most people have access.
Japan Courts Russia at Sochi Summit
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s decision to travel to Russia in spite of US warnings, and to propose a new level of economic cooperation, may prove to be an important step in pursuing a stronger long-term relationship with Russia.