What can Pakistan’s elections tell us about the coming fate of India’s reformers battling stifling corruption?
As hard power from the West has failed in Asia, what are the options for a new and different U.S. policy toward the region?
Could all the suicide bombings and car bombs indicate that the forces of medievalism are losing the battle for Pakistan?
Just as the drone is an appropriate metaphor for the current age of globalization, the thistle captures the essence of tribal societies.
Can Pakistan be persuaded to stop supporting insurgents — and thereby not nullifying U.S. progress in Afghanistan since 2010?
Why would USAID not get behind an effort to turn Afghan farmers from poppy to cotton?
How are Pakistan’s internal and external conflicts holding the country back from its economic potential?
Why are the investments Europe and the United States made in Greece and Afghanistan, respectively, failing to bear fruit?
Nearly ten years after the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, how is the country faring?
Why must the United States become a more unified, cohesive society in order to confront its deep-seated issues?