India Pakistan Tension
A sudden string of escalations in Kashmir risks a dangerous new conflict between South Asia’s two nuclear-armed states.
Zac and Nick discuss what the United States achieved in Afghanistan and how regional interests are primed to reassert themselves once the US military leaves.
A variety of shared geopolitical interests will bring New Delhi and Washington closer together in the year to come.
Pakistan's state institutions have long nurtured religious fundamentalism, but sooner or later the chickens will come home to roost.
India’s security and intelligence communities have remained one step ahead of Islamic State so far. But has the threat actually passed?
Millions of Pakistanis will head to the polls on July 25 to elect a new government, braving a wave of election-related violence across the country.
One thing is clear from recent shifts in Nepalese politics: India can no longer take Nepal for granted.
President Trump has ruled out negotiations with the Taliban just as a BBC study revealed the militant group’s sprawling presence over large swathes of Afghanistan.
A 1960 water-sharing treaty between India and Pakistan could be the next casualty of deteriorating bilateral relations.
Pakistan’s home-grown terrorism problem is increasingly beyond the control of its fragile state institutions.