Newly released interviews on the U.S. war reveal the coordinated spin effort and dodgy metrics behind a forever war.
Modi’s government defends its stewardship even as it seeks to reverse a sharp economic slowdown.
New rules force companies to give up their privacy and steer clear of social networks and Wi-Fi if they want their internet back. Regular citizens still have no access, 113 days into a digital blackout.
Gotabaya Rajapaksa may have won a majority of votes, but he will struggle to unite a divided nation.
Despite mounting economic woes, the prime minister is scoring points by ticking off items on his pro-Hindu social agenda.
The economy is floundering despite a recent IMF bailout, and structural problems make it hard to envision a turnaround.
Countries may like to game lists like the annual Doing Business report, but the incentives for economic reforms are still a net positive.
New Delhi is weighing retaliation against Kuala Lumpur and Ankara after recent criticism over Kashmir.
Why Xi Jinping is meeting the leaders of Pakistan, India, and Nepal this week.
The Taliban may call the vote a “foreign” process, but a majority of the country’s young population is already used to democracy.
As world leaders make bold speeches at the United Nations Climate Action Summit this week, the question is whether their countries can wean themselves off dirty sources of energy.
Trump will join the Indian prime minister as he addresses a crowd of 50,000 people. Despite some of their similarities, the two leaders may not share the same fans.
New Delhi has never recognized the Taliban as a legitimate political actor.