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?
The heavy-handed political cartoons that have India's government hot under the collar.
Why no one should be surprised that the emerging economic superpower is getting cut back down to size.
Pakistan's terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad idea to develop battlefield nukes.
AQ Khan, the father of Pakistan's atomic bomb and the worst nuclear proliferator in history, is launching a new political movement. His goal? No less than to become Pakistan's Nelson Mandela.
Notes from a general to his active-duty sons on the lessons of Afghanistan.
Snapshots from a time when the cinemas were packed and the booze flowed.
The U.S. opened the door to nuclear trade with India -- and got nothing.
From India to Wisconsin, a look at one of the world's most misunderstood religions.
Academic economists usually air their new ideas first in working papers. Here, before the work gets dusty, a quick look at transition policy research in progress.
A window of opportunity is closing in the South China Sea. Will Beijing strike?
Public health activists and pharmaceutical companies are finally joining forces to help developing countries get access to low-cost drugs.
India ought to consider becoming a constitutional monarchy. After all, it already has a royal family.
So far, Washington's pivot to Asia has included a lot of work on security and trade. Democracy, not so much.
Why the country will pay the price for its wildly overrated prime minister.
Is the world's largest democracy ready for prime time, or forever a B-list player on the global stage?
How Burma’s pro-democracy movement betrayed its own ideals and rehabilitated the military
From Angola to Yemen, eight countries whose futures are tied up in the land they occupy.
Why geography -- unfortunately -- is destiny for South Asia's troubled heartland.
Do we really want multinational companies selling harmful lifestyles in the developing world?