RESEARCH AND ANALYSIS

December 28, 2018 | Commentary | The Diplomat

Last month, the world paused to remember the tenth anniversary of 26/11 — the 2008 attack launched by Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) in Mumbai, India’s commercial capital, in a series of carefully planned and orchestrated attacks. READ MORE

December 10, 2018 | Commentary | The Wire

Ten years ago, the Pakistan-based Lashkar-e-Tayyabba (LeT) launched an assault on Mumbai that lasted three days and was broadcast live on television. READ MORE

December 4, 2018 | Commentary | Defense One

China’s stakes and vulnerabilities in South Asia have grown. U.S. leaders should make use of this. READ MORE

July 27, 2018 | | Off Ramps Initiative

By Hannah Haegeland READ MORE

Developments in relations between major powers and nuclear-armed states in tense regions render the future of arms control, nuclear confidence-building, and U.S. leadership in the global nonproliferation regime uncertain. READ MORE

May 8, 2018 | Analysis and Briefings | Pakistan Politico

In this article for Pakistan Politico, Sameer Lalwani and Hannah Haegeland review their edited volume, Investigating Crises: South Asia’s Lessons, Evolving Dynamics, and Trajectories, which is freely available at crises READ MORE

March 15, 2018 | Analysis and Briefings | The Hindu

This piece for The Hindu is based on a full chapter study by the authors in Investigating Crises: South Asia's Lessons, Evolving Dynamics, and Trajectories freely available at: www.InvestigatingCrises.org. READ MORE

South Asia remains one of the most crisis-prone regions in the world with some of the highest levels of contested borders, militarized interstate disputes, and terrorist attacks. READ MORE

January 11, 2018 | Commentary | The Diplomat

By Sameer Lalwani and Hannah Haegeland   READ MORE

Click here to read Investigating Crises: South Asia's Lessons, Evolving Dynamics, and Trajectories. READ MORE

Almost 30 heads of state will gather in Beijing this weekend for the “Belt and Road” Forum, the annual conference about the Chinese mega-project to build highways and railroads to the farthest p READ MORE

Most debates on South Asian security strategy tend to not attract much attention amongst U.S. policymakers except during the occasional crisis. Warnings about arms racing, belligerence, and nuclear risks between India and Pakistan have become so commonplace that they elicit yawns or eye rolls. READ MORE

January 31, 2017 | Analysis and Briefings | The Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

Terrorism involving nuclear or radiological materials remains one of the gravest threats to humanity and to global stability. READ MORE

May 20, 2016 | Commentary

Nepal’s constitutional crisis in the winter of 2015 and spring of 2016 prompted protesting parties to enforce an economic blockade in the Terai region on the Nepali-Indian border. READ MORE

The fourth and likely final Nuclear Security Summit(NSS) again highlighted the greatest security threat to the world: nuclear terrorism. U.S. READ MORE