The Loneliest Lactation Consultant in the World
Pakistan has 50 million women of childbearing age, and only one globally certified person to help them feed their newborns.
It’s Time to Formalize an Alliance With India
A U.S.-India alliance would allow both countries to expand their global strength.
‘It’s Like We’re Caged Everywhere We Go’
Rohingya refugees in India are facing persecution yet again.
Pakistan Needs a Homegrown Counterterrorism Policy
The “war on terror” is an American idea that only made matters worse.
Why Modi Is Suddenly Everywhere
After his disastrous handling of COVID-19, India’s prime minister is attempting to seize back the narrative.
In U.S.-China Standoff, Is America a Reliable Ally?
Sowing doubts about Washington is a potent weapon for Beijing. But even after Afghanistan, U.S. strategy in Asia remains intact.
The Escape Artist
In 2008, an Afghan interpreter saved Matt Zeller’s life. Now he wants to return the favor.
The Taliban’s Sharia Is the Most Brutal of All
The Afghan government is imposing punishments that have no comparison elsewhere in the Islamic world.
India’s Space Program Inches Closer to America and the Quad
In another strategic shift, Modi has opened space activities to private companies and new allies.
Has the Pandemic Burned Itself Out in India’s Capital?
Why a crowded New Delhi hospital with empty COVID-19 wards is a sign of hope.
It’s Not Too Late to Save America’s Afghan Allies
Here are three steps the Biden administration can take today.
How Pakistan’s A.Q. Khan Helped North Korea Get the Bomb
Islamabad and Pyongyang exchanged technology, cash, and expertise.
Pakistan’s Ambassador to Kabul: ‘Engagement Has to Continue’ With Taliban Government
Mansoor Ahmad Khan tells FP that Afghanistan is more stable now, and he denies any Pakistani support for the militant group.
Global Money Shifts to India as Xi Cracks Down on Tech
But the sudden flood of capital is not as good for India as it looks.
School’s Out in the Taliban’s Afghanistan
The Taliban say modern education is of no use as the country heads toward economic meltdown and starvation.
Why India Can’t Wean Itself Off Coal
Those who see India as a climate boogeyman are holding it to a standard they would never apply to themselves.
Bangladesh Is Clothes-Minded
The country’s obsession with garments takes an increasingly heavy toll on the rest of its economy.