New Delhi must rely on regional actors to exert influence in Taliban-led Kabul.
India made big pledges at COP26, but regional cooperation remains a major challenge.
A new economic forum among India, Israel, the United Arab Emirates, and the United States is rooted in cooperation rather than competition with China.
A recent uptick in bigotry and violence poses a challenge for New Delhi’s relationship with Washington.
High-ranking diplomat Wendy Sherman’s visit underscores shifting relations with India and Pakistan.
Islamabad argues that failure to engage with Afghanistan’s new government will doom its citizens.
The first in-person leaders’ summit shows how far the group has come after nearly two decades of irrelevance.
Fake news about the U.S. withdrawal and life under the new regime is surging. Some of it could be part of organized propaganda campaigns.
Post-U.S. withdrawal, a few factors could shape the country’s trajectory in the coming weeks.
Facing security risks and shaky legitimacy, the group will struggle to govern and consolidate power.
The IPCC report highlights the region’s particular vulnerabilities to extreme temperatures and weather patterns.
Insurgents are advancing into some of Afghanistan’s largest cities, signaling a new phase of the war.