Don't snicker: Open defecation is one of the world's most stubborn problems. And the inability to adopt even Victorian-era sanitation is keeping India from being a superpower.
The U.S.-China climate deal has all eyes on India. But is New Delhi ready to commit to emissions targets?
From India to Brazil to Indonesia, getting emerging market economies in order is going to be a lot harder than investors want to believe.
Hong Kong's pro-democracy activists aren't radicals or revolutionaries. But that's what Beijing wants you to believe.
Why the U.S.-Indian partnership is at the heart of America's future in Asia.
Watching the Indian prime minister's Madison Square Garden speech to a fawning diaspora.
The long, tricky frenemyship of Asia’s two biggest powers.
The world's largest Muslim country is a vast recruiting ground for radical jihadists. But the government has done a surprisingly good job of containing the Caliphate -- so far.
Could Modi, Islamabad, and the U.S. troop drawdown in Afghanistan make the disputed territory the world's next terrorist hotspot?
How Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban transformed from a dissident compatriot of Vaclav Havel to a would-be Vladimir Putin.
A single family has dominated Indian politics since independence. One man’s incompetence is about to bring it all to an end.
In India's largest state, a misogynistic family-run political dynasty wants to pretend a rape epidemic doesn't exist.
The aftermath of the MH17 shoot-down; violence in Gaza continues; and Hindus celebrate in India.
India prides itself on its respect for democratic values. So why are civil society groups under attack?
With the crisis in Iraq worsening, how involved should India get in the Middle East?
Why Narendra Modi's new foreign policy won't make Washington happy.
How Washington should engage with India’s new prime minister.
One woman is on a quest to sell American football to India. Is anyone buying?
An obscure Indian law requires gun owners to surrender their weapons during election season. But India’s gun lobby says it only encourages a spike in violence.
As the Indian election continues, voters are concerned about corruption like never before. But will anything really change?
Gujarat's shiny free market reformer has a dark side.
Could India's third-party candidate be the country’s kingmaker? Or is he just tilting at windmills?
Can India's likely next prime minister unleash his country's economy without allowing his Hindu nationalist base to run free?
On the campaign trail in India, the election front-runner takes the high road, while his Hindu nationalist followers support him from below.
The controversial front-runner is campaigning against rape, but he may be disastrous for India's women.
In a fevered election battle, India's top candidates are claiming that they -- and only they -- can get the faltering economy back on track. But the data shows they're missing the point.