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In New Delhi, a Nation’s Treasures Consumed by Fire

“A loss of a natural history collection at this scale has not been seen outside of war."

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NCAA Basketball Is Trying to Break Into the Chinese Market

For the first time, the NCAA will broadcast the Final Four in China and India.

The South Asia Channel

India’s Nuclear Dangers

India must use this final Nuclear Security Summit to shore up its reputation as a responsible nuclear weapons state.

Argument

Burma’s Timid Friends

Burma is undergoing a challenging democratic transition. So why haven’t Asia’s democracies done more to help?

Report

China Is Getting Serious About Kicking Its Coal Addiction

After closing coal mines, Beijing is halting the construction of hundreds of coal-fired power plants. But is it too late?

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A Deadly Double Standard

2013 Global Thinker Gulalai Ismail and 2015 Global Thinker Leslee Udwin debate whether the patriarchal mindset so pervasive in South Asia can be reprogrammed—or if women must persevere in a rape culture.

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