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Storm Brews in South Asia: India-Pakistan conflict and the US-Afghan Connection

The Fires of Hate and the Failures of the State in South Asia

Korea, the United States, and Central Asia: Far-Flung Partners in a Globalizing World

China's Global Search for Energy Security: cooperation and competition in the Asia-Pacific

India, Russia, China Strengthen Ties, Challenging US Vision for South and Central Asia

Mumbai Aftermath: U.S. Tilt Toward India Alienates Pakistan and Undermines War Prospects in Afghanistan [Updated]

Capitalism's Demise? [Korean translation available]

Somali Pirates and Political Winds Drive Japan to the Gate of Tears [Updated]

The United States and Afghanistan's Critical Moment

The Islamic World and Obama's Middle East Initiative