The Shah of Pakistan?

By Malou Innocent. January 23, 2008.

India’s Terror Politics

By Swaminathan S. Anklesaria Aiyar. The Wall Street Journal Asia. September 29, 2006.

Letters to the Editor: Stable Exchange Rate Aids India’s Growth

By Steve H. Hanke. The Wall Street Journal. February 27, 2006.

India vs. China

By Deepak Lal. Business Standard. May 15, 2005.

For Afghanistan’s freedom, back off on war on drugs

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Star Tribune. November 8, 2004.

Jobs Come and Go

By Walter E. Williams. September 6, 2004.

How to Win the War on Terrorism

By Charles V. Peña. February 1, 2004.

Exporting Tech Jobs to India?

By Alan Reynolds. January 4, 2004.

Free Trade: A Potent Weapon Against Terror

By Christopher A. Preble. Australian. October 20, 2003.

Uncooperative Pakistan Rates Less U.S. Aid

By Ted Galen Carpenter. Newsday. July 10, 2003.

The Realignment of the World

By Stanley Kober. South China Morning Post. April 3, 2003.

Avoid Dangerous Distractions in Afghanistan

By Ted Galen Carpenter. July 10, 2002.

Peacekeeping Lite in Afghanistan

By Charles V. Peña. April 1, 2002.

Take the War on Terrorism to Pakistan

By Ted Galen Carpenter. March 28, 2002.

If Iraq, Iran, and North Korea Are the “Axis of Evil,” Why Is Pakistan an Ally?

By Leon T. Hadar. February 28, 2002.

Where in the World is Osama Bin Laden?

By Charles V. Peña. January 24, 2002.

Promoting Afghanistan

By Gary Dempsey and Aaron Lukas. January 23, 2002.

Flirting With Nation-Building in Afghanistan

By Ted Galen Carpenter. November 2, 2001.

The Folly of Nation-Building in Afghanistan

By Gary Dempsey. October 17, 2001.

The Right Response

By Ted Galen Carpenter. October 9, 2001.

Stop Viewing India as a Threat

By Ted Galen Carpenter. July 17, 2001.

A Tale of Two Cities

By Christopher A. Hartwell. June 22, 2001.

India in the Balance

By Ted Galen Carpenter. June 16, 2001.

Against ‘Designer’ Economics

By Roberto Salinas-León and Ricardo Medina Macias. November 27, 2000.

Nuclear Proliferation in South Asia: Coping with the Inevitable

By Ivan Eland. July 2, 1998.