South Asia

By Sachin Gaur
Contributor
October 15, 2012

The Indian Congress Party is losing its trust amongst the population, suggesting that it may be time for a change in leadership.

By Dr. Sohail Mahmood
Contributor
July 15, 2012

There are serious divergences between the Zardari Government and the Obama administration on the endgame planned for Afghanistan post-2014 when most international forces leave the country.

By Madhumitha Madhavan
Staff Editor

Despite recent progress, agricultural development continues to lag behind other sectors in India.

By Salma Yusuf
Contributor
June 17, 2012

In post-war Sri Lanka, there remains a growing need for a robust foreign policy grounded in strong interest-driven national positions.

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