Insurgents are advancing into some of Afghanistan’s largest cities, signaling a new phase of the war.
Antony Blinken’s visit to New Delhi underscores a new regional “Great Game.”
With the Taliban insurgency expanding, the U.S. withdrawal could provoke a major humanitarian crisis.
India’s prime minister is conciliatory to rivals while saving his firepower for domestic challenges—and China.
With the situation in Afghanistan rapidly deteriorating, expect the mood to be grim when Ghani and Abdullah meet Biden.
Ankara is well positioned to play key roles after the U.S. withdrawal.
Attacks on journalists and a proposed law increasing government media oversight do not bode well for democracy.
The Indian foreign minister’s U.S. visit shows the partners are primarily focused on tackling the coronavirus—for now.
The latest Israeli-Palestinian clashes could pose security risks in the region.
Washington hopes to reduce spiraling Taliban violence, but it is losing its most potent leverage: troop presence.
Social media is serving as a proxy for a collapsing public health system. That isn’t good news for Modi and the ruling party.
The countries have built up goodwill over the decades, but the delay in U.S. COVID-19 assistance exposes lingering concerns about the partnership.