Biden’s pledge to maintain U.S. capacity in Afghanistan without boots on the ground appears easier said than done.
Attacks on journalists and a proposed law increasing government media oversight do not bode well for democracy.
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.
A new virus strain and increasing mobility have caused the world’s worst coronavirus spike, with nearly 315,000 new cases recorded on Thursday.
A diplomatic visit to both India and Pakistan underscores Moscow’s growing regional clout.
Despite a border cease-fire with Pakistan, India faces a growing set of challenges in its backyard.
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.