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Casting light on a little-known friendship January 23, 2015  / Andrew Small
When China sent swift condolences to Pakistan after the slaughter of over 130 schoolchildren in a terror attack in Peshawar last month, it was more than a perfunctory gesture.
Obama should help Modi deliver a South Asian economic miracle January 23, 2015  / Daniel Twining
On Jan. 26, an Indian prime minister will for the first time host an American president for the annual Republic Day parade in New Delhi.
Testimony for the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, Subcommittee on Europe, Eurasia and Emerging Threats July 25, 2013  / Neil Brown
In broad terms, Central Asian energy is the playing field for two major forces. China, in its global quest for the raw materials necessary to fuel economic growth, uses its financial clout to access Central Asia's natural gas. Russia wants power of a different type. It seeks to maintain its dominance over export routes for Central Asian oil and gas in order to maintain political influence in the region and in Europe.