The author of 'The Reluctant Fundamentalist' turns a jaundiced eye on the United States.
Ali Dayan Hasan of Human Rights Watch persists in holding Pakistan's ISI to account.
In China, Vice President Biden acknowledged language as the currency of understanding and respect. Language advocates should be the first to understand the totality of that "currency."
Two Indian women in top 10. Who comes next?
Masud's 2002 feature 'The Clay Bird' was the first Bangladeshi film to win an award at Cannes and compete for an Oscar.
Ayesha Jalal revisits the work of Manto (1912-1955), one of Pakistan's greatest writers, and finds it almost disturbingly relevant today.
After weeks of allowing public protests against China, Hanoi mounts a crackdown -- but is it too late?
Naoto Kan's resignation will bring Japan its sixth Prime Minister in five years.
Will the Gandhian activist succeed in creating a politically engaged middle class?