The next president’s erratic blustering might be just crazy enough to work in Islamabad.
The incoming national security advisor allegedly shared classified intel with Pakistan’s notoriously compromised security services. What does that mean for Trump's "AfPak" policy?
This week’s brutal attacks in Quetta were an indictment of everything Islamabad has been doing to fight terrorism.
As New Delhi and Islamabad trade nuclear threats and deadly attacks, a brewing war over shared water resources threatens to turn up the violence.
In Afghanistan, survivors from Islamic State-controlled regions speak of a cruel new regime that makes the Taliban look permissive by comparison.
The Afghan government swore to do away with the practice, and, under its own laws, the U.S. government is barred from funding countries that employ it. So why did the United States still fork over some $470 million?
Abdul Sattar Edhi was his country’s greatest living hero. Here’s hoping that his legacy persists in the hands of a new generation of humanitarians.
In the wake of the Dhaka attack, Bangladesh’s refusal to call out and confront its problem with Islamist radicals will only make the problem worse.
The Taliban is gaining dangerous leverage by recruiting Tajiks, Turkmen, and Uzbeks.
The subcontinent's commitment to rule of law is stuck in a bygone era.
New Delhi still has a ways to go before it can live up to its regional aspirations.
The archipelago has proven capable of using to its advantage regional competition between India and China.
Bangladesh once again faces an existential threat posed by religious extremists.