Regional cooperation in counter-terrorism between China and South Asia has been persistently averted. This piece explores the renewed scope for cooperation in the face of emergent threats, and underscores the importance of joining forces against what may be the deadliest breed of international terrorism encountered thus far.
Interfaith relations in the last few hundred years have been marked by volatility and often devastating conflicts. This is because the nature of interfaith peace has been fundamentally misconstrued, and its capacity for alleviating human suffering has been woefully neglected. The genesis of cooperative interfaith relations lies in the realization that it is possible to… Read More