The developed world could make a big difference to the global economy simply by helping migrants to do what comes naturally: send money home.
The United States is ready to start talking to the Taliban about a peace deal again. But nothing's going to happen without Pakistan.
Carne Ross's quixotic crusade to help emerging nations get their seat at the table.
FP's Global Thinkers weigh in on the year gone by and what's on the horizon for 2013.
The strange list of Indian products you can't import in Pakistan.
Why corruption is set to become one of the defining political issues of the 21st century.
The bipartisan consensus in Washington about expanding ties with India may be good for New Delhi, but it's turned the election into a snoozer.
If the United States wants to curb terrorism and nuclear proliferation, it needs to fundamentally rethink its relationship with Pakistan.
Man does not live by GDP alone. An introduction to the Legatum Institute's latest Prosperity Index.
It's Hamid Karzai's country now, and not everything is black and white.
Why can't Pakistanis condemn the Taliban for shooting a 14-year-old girl?
NATO needs to negotiate with the Taliban NOW, before all the troops -- and our leverage -- are gone.
Some say the sanctions against Tehran are working. But wasn't the Iranian economy already a basket case?
Together, their GDP now nearly equals the United States. But are they really the future of the global economy?
Canada's defense minister talks about security in the Americas -- and Afghanistan.
What's behind the inside attacks on U.S. forces in Afghanistan? The 2014 timeline for withdrawal.
Why did the Pentagon award a $7 million Afghanistan security contract to this group of Native Americans in Oklahoma?
India has a problem with substandard drugs -- and American regulators are allowing them to be imported into the United States.
Three scary questions that keep Pakistanis up at night.
It's time to admit that Obama's Afghanistan strategy is a total failure.
Why isn't Burma's democracy icon speaking up for minorities -- and against her country's nationalistic, racist, xenophobic, and occasionally violent Buddhist majority?