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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?
2019/05/17 | Waleed Tariq
Proposal to Export Donkey Hides From Pakistan to China Incites Outrage
A donkey export plan drawn up as part of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor has incensed environmentalists and animal rights advocates.
2019/02/18 | Global Voices
Searching for the True South Asian Origins of Biryani
Its true birthplace is a topic of hot debate, but everyone agrees that biryani is delicious.
2018/08/08 | The Conversation
PAKISTAN: Can Newly Elected PM Imran Khan Deliver on His Promises?
Pakistan, a South Asian nuclear state and a key Belt and Road puzzle piece for China, welcomes a new leader. He may have to learn to compromise with his former rivals.
2018/07/10 | AsiaGlobal Online
Asia's Philanthropy Problem: Growing Wealth, Stagnant Giving
Wealth in Asia is growing rapidly, but philanthropy is lagging behind. Charitable infrastructure remains underdeveloped throughout the continent. Governments and corporations can fix this.
2018/02/01 | David Brewster
China Is Planning a New Network of Indian Ocean Bases
China is attempting to expand its naval reach across another ocean.
2017/05/17 | Sana Saleem
Washing Machine Ad Making Light of Domestic Violence Causes Outrage in Pakistan
The company has since apologized for the leaked ad admitting that their 'judgment was flawed' and have requested that 'all social media pages remove this ad as it has not been officially released or endorsed by Kenwood.'
2017/05/09 | The Third Pole
Sandmining is Destroying Asia’s Rivers
Uncontrolled and mostly illegal extraction of sand and rocks from riverbeds for construction is killing rivers across South Asia and China, and must be tightly controlled.
2017/04/05 | ZiQing Low
Kashmir’s Facebook Storm; Police Round Up ‘Miscreants’ as Terrorists Run Social Media Workshops
Indian authorities are cracking down on fake social media accounts following allegations that the accounts are being used by militants based in Pakistan to incite unrest in the disputed Kashmir region
2017/03/30 | John Gooding
The Content Control Reckoning for Tech Giants
Tech giants like Facebook and Google are facing a conundrum: How to prevent hateful and offensive content while also keeping ad revenue?
2017/01/26 | Vasabjit Banerjee
India’s Great Expectations of Trump's Foreign Policy: Keeping Russia in, China Down and Pakistan Out
India expects growing economic and military ties with both the United States and Russia under Trump.
2017/01/12 | David Brewster
China’s Pakistan Project: a Geopolitical Game-Changer
China’s role in the region may be about to fundamentally change.
2016/11/30 | Zulfiqar Kunbhar
Meet Karachi’s Water Mafia
As Karachi’s municipal authorities struggle and fail to meet the rising water demand of residents and industrial units, an illegal mafia has stepped into the breach.
2016/11/25 | Ian Dudgeon
Pakistan: Leader's Reputation on the Line in Terrorist Crackdown
The prime minister's ability to deliver will be sorely tested and his credibility is on the line, writes Ian Dudgeon.
2016/10/20 | Abdul Basit
India–Pakistan Tensions Back on the Rise
'Warmongering on both sides will further aggravate the already precarious situation in the region. '
2016/10/05 | The Japan Times
OPINION: Kashmir Again On The Boil
India needs to maintain its restraint over Kashmir, but the backers of violence there must pay a price for their support of extremism.
The Global Cost Of India-Pak Nuclear War
If India and Pakistan fought a war detonating 100 nuclear warheads, more than 21 million people would be directly killed, about half the world’s protective ozone layer would be destroyed.
2016/03/28 | TNL 編輯
Third Pakistan Terrorist Attack This Month Leaves at least 70 Killed
A suicide bomb was detonated in a public park in Pakistan on the evening of March 27, killing at least 70 people and leaving more than 300 injured. A breakaway Pakistani faction of the militant Taliban claimed the responsibility for the attack, which is said to have targeted the Christian community. Since it was Easter, many Christian families were in the park celebrating the holiday. Many children and women were among the victims.