In this six-part series, our contributors assess the most significant domestic and foreign policy developments in Afghanistan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, India, Sri Lanka, and Nepal in 2017 and how these developments will impact the countries and the region in 2018.
سال ۲۰۱۷ پاکستان کےلئے اندرونی و علاقائی طور پر افراتفری سے بھرپور رہا ہے۔ ملک کی داخلی صورتحال سپریم کورٹ کی طرف سے نواز شریف […]
The year 2017 has been momentous in terms of Nepal’s internal politics. For the first time since the end of Nepal’s civil war, local elections […]
The current coalition government of Sri Lanka was elected in 2015 with a mandate to implement broad political and economic reforms. Unfortunately the young government […]
From enhancing capabilities for connectivity and security in the region to staring down the neighborhood bully to clearing out outdated ideological policy formulations, 2017 saw […]
2017 has been a tumultuous year for Pakistan, marked by domestic and regional instability. The country’s domestic politics were marred by Nawaz Sharif’s dismissal by […]
Bangladesh is the world’s eighth most populous country with a population of almost 160 million. Termed a “tiger” economy by The Economist last year, Bangladesh’s […]
2017 was a bloody year for Afghanistan. The Taliban launched a deadly offensive while the Islamic State-Khorasan Province (ISKP) grew stronger. In light of these […]