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July 1, 1998

The New Russian Foreign Policy

Read an excerpt of The New Russian Foreign Policy. Nothing is more important for the security of Europe and the peace of the world than the foreign policy of the new Russia, which remains the worl…

June 18, 2003

Afghanistan: Are We Losing the Peace?

The United States successfully toppled the Taliban in the Afghan war, but it is in danger of losing the peace following the conclusion of that war. Without greater international support for the trans…

October 30, 2003

New Priorities in South Asia

South Asia may be halfway around the globe from the United States, but what happens there—as the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks by al-Qaeda tragically underscored—can affect all Americans. Aft…

June 1, 2010

Emerging Markets
India’s Rise and the Future of the U.S.-India Relationship

  On the eve of this year’s U.S.-India Strategic Dialogue, please join Undersecretary Burns to discuss the state of the bilateral relationship and its importance for meeting the global challenges of…

September 10, 2003

United States
How Did This Happen? Terrorism and the New War

November 15, 2001 - In the aftermath of the terrorist attacks on September 11, one question has been on everyone ’s mind: “How did this happen?” This book seeks to answer this question in all its cri…

November 15, 2007

Pakistan: State of Emergency

Jayshree Bajoria, "Pakistan's Institutions and Civil Society," Backgrounder, CFR.org, November 7, 2007; Vali Nasr, "Musharraf Fears Democracy, Not Extremism," Christian Science Monitor, November 6…

February 22, 2012

Beware the Patriotic Geek: The Risk of Cyber Militias in Asia

When people warn of growing cyber insecurity they are often referring to the threat of an arms race, countries trying to outdo each other in the development of offensive weapons and defensive technol…

Participants at a China Collegiate Programming Contest in 2010.

February 7, 2005


This publication is now archived. What were the results of the just-concluded talks between India and Pakistan?Representatives of the two longtime adversaries, at meetings February 16-18, agreed to a…

May 30, 2012

Can the U.S. Work with India in Cyberspace?

Eric Heginbotham and George Gilboy have a new book, Chinese and Indian Strategic Behavior, looking at the rise of China and India. One of their main points is a warning directed at U.S. policymakers …

Workers in Bangalore

March 22, 2012

Economics and Indian Strategy

South Asia is among the least economically integrated regions of the world, in part because partition cleaved apart various natural economic communities. Regions, such as Bengal, which had been well …

Leaders of Sri Lanka, Myanmar, Bangladesh, India, Bhutan, Nepal, and Thailand pose for a picture at the second summit of the Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation (BIMSTEC) in New Delhi, November 13, 2008. (B Mathur / Courtesy Reuters)