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South Asia Security Monitor - No. 346
Bulletins - June 17, 2014

Militants target Karachi airport, first drone strike in months;
India-China FMs meet;
Five NATO members killed in friendly fire incident;
Afghan floods leave 80 dead, thousands homeless;
Indian oil looking to join Tapi pipeline


South Asia Security Monitor - No. 345
Bulletins - June 2, 2014

Modi, Sharif, hold early bilateral talks;
Modi to chair nuclear command authority;
Obama visits Afghanistan - reveals post-2014 plan and more;
Pakistan Taliban splits;
Yet another horrific "honor killing" in Pakistan


The Clock Is Ticking in Afghanistan
Articles - April 15, 2014

International attention is now riveted on the crisis in Ukraine, but another beleaguered U.S. ally is rapidly approaching a critical crossroads as well. As the U.S. military prepares to exit Afghanistan after more than a decade of war, real questions remain about the country’s future. Perhaps most urgent, and of greatest significance to the United States, is the capacity of Afghanistan’s forces to successfully fight the Taliban and al-Qaida.

South Asia Security Monitor - No. 331
Bulletins - October 17, 2013

Afghan candidates for presidential election set;
Karzai lashes out;
Baradar still under house arrest

Eurasia Security Watch - No. 283
Bulletins - April 5, 2013

Aqim sets sights on Tunisia;
Hamas to choose next leader;
Afghanistan, Tajikistan talk econ ties

Eurasia Security Watch - No. 265
Bulletins - August 1, 2012

Israel weighs possible attack on Syria's chemical arsenal; U.S. hopes for new military base in Tajikistan...; ...while Russia simply hopes to remain; A way out for Assad; Sectarian violence surges in Iraq

The U.S. Must Side With Pro-Democracy Activists
Articles - July 14, 2012

Recent developments in Egypt, Syria, and elsewhere have convinced skeptics that U.S. human rights promotion in the Middle East causes more harm than good by inciting instability — positioning the Muslim Brotherhood and other anti-Western forces to win elections or otherwise seize power.

Suu Kyi's Timely Reminder
Articles - June 20, 2012

Delivering her Nobel Lecture after a 21-year delay, Burma’s Aung San Suu Kyi offered a timely reminder from the front lines of struggle.

“To be forgotten,” she said in her October 16th address in Oslo, “… is to die a little. It is to lose some of the links that anchor us to the rest of humanity. When I met Burmese migrant workers and refugees during my recent visit to Thailand, many cried out, ‘Don’t forget us!’ They meant: ‘Don’t forget our plight, don’t forget to do what you can to help us, don’t forget we also belong to your world.’

India Key to U.S. Afghan Success
Articles - June 2, 2012

With two important diplomatic victories last month, the Obama administration has laid the groundwork for the final chapters of the Afghan war.

Eurasia Security Watch - No. 259
Bulletins - May 21, 2012

 Azerbaijan-Israel ties continue to grow; Who is poisoning Afghan school children?; Alleged Israeli spy executed in Iran; Where in the world is Mohammed Rashid?