Secretary of State Hillary Clinton pledged to press Pakistan on terrorism and tried to ease New Delhi's worries over Afghanistan on her visit to India this week. But a deteriorating U.S.-Pakistan relationship decreases Washington's ability to influence Islamabad on terrorism issues, say experts.
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A spate of high-profile scams has weakened India's government and raised concerns among foreign investors. Businesses and civil society say the country needs more effective anti-corruption laws.
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The so-called BRIC summit of emerging-market powerhouses raises new questions on whether Brazil, Russia, India, and China can overcome internal differences and pursue common goals.
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U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton has sought to advance burgeoning strategic ties with India in a high-profile visit. The most substantive outcome of her trip could be new economic links, say some analysts.
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A compilation of resources on the impact of the global financial crisis on South Asia.
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The terrorists who struck Mumbai, India, in November 2008 represent a new breed of tech-savvy militants. Law-enforcement officials face a challenge in keeping pace.
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India-Pakistan tensions rise as New Delhi accuses Pakistan of involvement in last week's Mumbai attacks. Experts fear this might threaten regional stability, and make it difficult to stabilize Afghanistan.
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The recent spate of terrorist attacks across Indian cities has highlighted long-simmering tensions inside India's multiethnic society, raising concerns about the country's stability.
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The recent violence and revived calls for independence in Indian-administered Kashmir serve as reminders of an unresolved conflict in an increasingly dangerous neighborhood.
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After months of deadlock, the U.S.-India nuclear deal has moved to the next stage, but numerous obstacles to the deal's passage remain.
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As India emerges as an important global player, its foreign policy seeks to balance the country's growing U.S. ties with national interests.
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China and India are commonly portrayed as economic rivals. In fact, experts say, they have much to gain from each other.
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India’s growing influence in Afghanistan aims to stabilize a region that has caused sleepless nights in New Delhi.
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India has reacted cautiously to Pakistan’s political crisis but there is concern the nuclear-armed neighbors’ rapprochement could be damaged.
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India may be facing its worst agricultural crisis ever marked by increasing incidents of farmers’ suicides and declining growth in the sector.
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India faces dwindling supplies of potable water, threatening the health of millions of people.
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U.S.-India relations may suffer a serious setback if the stumbling nuclear deal collapses.
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The longstanding rivalry between once-conjoined India and Pakistan takes an economic twist as the countries turn 60.
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Oft overlooked beside Chinese mega-investments in Africa, India too is pouring money into the continent. The relationship holds economic and political ramifications.
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Special economic zones boost India’s export potential, but a recent outbreak of violent protests shows local patience for land confiscations is wearing thin.
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