South Asia

By Hari Prasad
Contributing Writer
February 18, 2015

Modi needs to publicly rebuke right-wing BJP members, lest they derail his economic development agenda.

By Nikita Setia
Contributing Writer
January 15, 2015

Recent attempts at reforming the public education system in India are full of good intentions, but fall short.

By Collin Hunt
Staff Writer
December 16, 2014

A more selective drone strike campaign could achieve similar operational results and deflate jihadi propaganda efforts.

By Clay Moran
Contributing Writer
October 28, 2014

Low-cost airline carriers must move quickly to respond to the demands of the growing East Asian middle class.

By Nicole Golliher
Contributing Writer
October 21, 2014

Though offensive realists overestimate the likelihood of Sino-American conflict, the United States must still take steps to guard against a Chinese push for regional hegemony.

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