- Daily Brief
- November 16, 2019
Presidential elections will be held across Afghanistan today. Incumbent President Ashraf Ghani and his chief rival, the country’s Chief Executive
Water shortages are putting lives at risk, jeopardising industries and driving internal migration.
The ISIS-backed attacks appear to have succeeded in reigniting communal tensions.
Though Modi’s BJP is expected to win, voters may punish the PM for failing to meet high expectations.
A financial crisis, political instability, and foreign pressure — the new PM has a lot on his plate.
The Eid ceasefire demonstrated the viability of peace – but it weighs numerous competing interests.
The Trump administration’s pursuit of narrow US interests in South Asia could backfired badly.
Armed conflict is unlikely but New Delhi and Beijing won’t reach an accord anytime soon.
PM’s Modi’s heavily championed goods and services tax will be implemented from July 1.
China-India relations will struggle to improve so long as Pakistan dominates their strategic concerns.
India-Pakistan relations are in crisis again. How close to nuclear war will the rivals go?
Does an impending deal on military logistics signal the beginning of a broader strategic relationship?