The risks of a protracted, bloody conflict challenge the efforts of India and Pakistan to align with the Israeli-Saudi-Emirati-Emirati axis.
Liberal democracies need to adopt a clear strategy to counter Indian attempts to sow division and spread disinformation in the West.
Former Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan holds a 60 percent approval rating — surpassing his major rivals by at least 24 points.
Vivek Ramaswamy’s family story makes clear that real life is complicated. So too is the migrant crisis facing the United States.
India is using brute force to silence dissident voices abroad. Its militarism, enabled by the West, is now directed at the West.
Green metals opportunities in Afghanistan and Pakistan face serious headwinds, but the potential upside is huge.
The Pakistani military’s attempted rebalancing to the West may anger China and Russia, resulting in more pain for its fledgling economy.
Bangladesh’s Sheikh Hasina has written the playbook on how smaller, authoritarian regimes can survive and thrive in a multipolar world.
Vivek Ramaswamy’s views on Israel are shaped by two competing influences on his politics: libertarianism and national conservatism.
Obtuse remarks on the Ukraine war by a British diplomat in Pakistan reflect the West’s failure to convict the Global South to take its side.