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2020/02/06 | Deutsche Welle
Kashmiris Feel Alienated 6 Months After India 'Annexation'
In August 2019, New Delhi scrapped Kashmir's semi-autonomous status, imposing a security blockade in the region. Rifat Fareed, DW's reporter in Srinagar, says six months on, Kashmiris feel more disgruntled than ever.
2020/02/05 | Shalmoli Halder
Women and Students Are Leading India's Citizenship Protests
In India, women are leading protests against the government's discriminatory Citizenship Amendment Act by staging indefinite sit-ins.
2019/12/20 | Deutsche Welle
India: Curfew, Internet Closures as Citizenship Protests Continue
Indian police have imposed strict security measures amid protests over a citizenship law discriminating against Muslims. At least seven people have died so far in the ongoing unrest.
2019/12/17 | The Interpreter
India’s Descent into a Hindu Theocracy
A new law that threatens to exclude Muslims from Indian citizenship upends the idea of a nation built on liberty and equality.
2019/12/12 | Deutsche Welle
Indian Parliament Approves Citizenship Bill, Sparking Protests
Protesters in India's ethnically diverse northern regions clashed with police, as the contentious bill passed the upper house of parliament. Muslims would be excluded from the fast-track citizenship laws.
2019/10/18 | The Interpreter
Modi Takes a Beach Stroll During Sluggish India-China Talks
Indian Prime Minster Narendra Modi took time out for a beach cleanup while hosting Chinese President Xi Jinping last week — an act that might have been more productive than their talks.
2019/09/02 | The Interpreter
The Intractable Conflicts Over Kashmir, Explained
The Indian government has cut off telecommunications in Kashmir since August 4 with no resolution in sight. What's the story behind the lockdown?
2018/09/09 | East Asia Forum
Can Imran Khan Swing Pakistan to a New Beginning?
Pakistan's new prime minister has his work cut out to convince foreign policy partners that he is more than just a new PR man for the military.
Choked by Waste and Overfishing, Asia's Marine Habitats Are Dying
Only 13 percent of the planet’s oceans are untouched by human activity, according to a recent study by the Wildlife Conservation Society.
2018/08/20 | Policy Forum
OPINION: Differing Strategic Visions in the Indo-Pacific Cloud the Region's Future
India, Japan and the US all have different ideas about what the Indo-Pacific means, casting doubt over its future as a concept.
2018/03/06 | Simi Metha
India Looks to Act on Southeast Asia
India and ASEAN represent two of the world’s major rising markets, and their relationship should not be underestimated.
2018/02/02 | Sumit Kumar
OPINION: India ASEAN Relations Blossom in Delhi as China Looks on
India's leaders are looking to build relationships with ASEAN, but can they compete with China?
2017/07/15 | Helen Clark
Vietnam Wants India to Help in the South China Sea
During a visit by India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Vietnam named India a comprehensive strategic partner, elevating it to the highest echelon of cooperation.