India has told Pakistan it wants to modify the Indus Waters Treaty, which regulates use of the shared river — an escalation of a long dispute.
Now home to over two billion people, the balance of power in South Asia is changing as China makes inroads into India’s backyard. But the political order in region states is also transforming, headlined by the rise of Hindu nationalists in New Delhi. Elsewhere, it seems to be more of the same. Bangladesh remains a one-party state. And Pakistan seems trapped in a permanent state of crisis.
India deploys riot police to enforce its ban on the BBC documentary implicating Narendra Modi in the Gujarat anti-Muslim pogroms of 2002.
The China-Nepal Railway has the potential to transform the economic geography of South Asia. But it’s a project laden with risk.
Dollar-strapped Pakistan says it’ll buy Russian oil using the currency of a “friendly country.” That may be good news for the petroyuan.
Russia has been a long-time energy partner for India, whose oil purchases have helped steady the Russian economy amid Western sanctions stemming from the Ukraine war.
The BBC’s “India: The Modi Question” reveals that a UK government inquiry found Narendra Modi “directly responsible” for the 2002 Gujarat pogroms.
A new survey reveals that Indians see China and the U.S. as top military threats, pouring cold water on hopes that India will emerge as a U.S. ally.
Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri has been killed in a U.S. drone strike in Afghanistan this weekend, President Joe Biden…
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expanding the size of the Indian government.
The Hindu Yuva Vahini or HYV is a militant Hindutva vigilante group founded by Yogi Adityanath, the chief minister of…