Regional Voices

Past Programs and Projects

Regional Voices

The project develops knowledge and analysis of the perspectives of technical and subject experts, and political and strategic analysts. The program understands transnational challenges as threats or challenges which transcend national borders, and those which are national in scope but recur in many societies in a region.


Research and Analysis

June 14, 2012

Amitabh Behar, National Centre for Advocacy Studies, India, talks about development, governance, and social equality in South Asia.

June 14, 2012

Geetha de Silva, Regional Centre for Strategic Studies, Sri Lanka, addresses terrorism and poverty in South Asia.

May 5, 2011

Ahmed Bilal Mehboob, Pakistan Institute for Legislative Development and Transparency, on democratic governance in Pakistan.

May 5, 2011

Aasiya Riaz, Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency, speaks about the judiciary and rule of law in Pakistan.

May 5, 2011 | EXPERT: Amit Pandya

By Amit Pandya

March 30, 2011 | EXPERT: Amit Pandya , EXTERNAL: Junko Kobayashi , EXPERT: Rupert Herbert-Burns

Maritime Commerce and Security: The Indian Ocean describes the commerical trends and their security implications with a view to helping policy makers and others outside the industry understand the vulnerabilities of an industry that is central to the global economy and security.

February 8, 2011

Don't leave your brothers alone in the square (photo)  

May 13, 2010 | EXTERNAL: Prakhar Sharma

In this study, Mr. Prakhar Sharma synthesizes quantitative and qualitative research (gathered between December 2006 and May 2010) to provide a succinct and informed perspective on the country’s key non-traditional sources of instability.

May 5, 2010 | EXPERT: Amit Pandya , EXPERT: Ellen Laipson

On the Move: Migration Challenges in the Indian Ocean Littoral is the product of Stimson's work on migration over the past year, and it points to how the migration agenda is evolving and adapting to 21st century challenges.

April 19, 2010 | EXPERT: Amit Pandya

The stereotype of Muslim Indians is that of a relatively quiescent minority that has made its peace with its larger national non-Muslim context of contemporary India. Muslim Indians see something larger.

November 5, 2009 | EXPERT: Amit Pandya , EXPERT: David Michel

In order to negotiate effectively on an international regime for climate change, US policymakers must have an accurate understanding of the constraints and considerations that determine the negotiating positions of key countries. India plays a pivotal role in these efforts.
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