After the U.S. withdraws from Afghanistan, its rivalry with China is likely to define the new administration’s approach to the region.
A diplomatic visit to both India and Pakistan underscores Moscow’s growing regional clout.
The country’s economic success has been accompanied by a slow descent into authoritarianism.
Pentagon messaging suggests the visit could kick-start a new phase in security ties.
The Biden administration’s new strategy could put it on a collision course with President Ashraf Ghani.
The truce along the Line of Control won’t bring peace, but it does offer new opportunities for cooperation.
Facing a May 1 deadline to withdraw U.S. troops, the new administration must walk a tightrope toward peace.
Studies suggest heightened risks from pollution are common in major cities in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan.
A surprising state electoral victory underscores the enduring popularity of India’s prime minister.
Would Biden and Modi get along? While much is made of leaders’ personal chemistry, the larger trend is that the world’s two biggest democracies are growing closer.
Because 40 percent of immigrants from India arrived in the United States after 2010, their political impact is just beginning to be felt.
Opposition parties have united to call for Imran Khan’s resignation—and for the army to stay out of politics.