Programs

The South Asia Center serves as the Atlantic Council’s focal point for work on the region as well as relations between these countries, neighboring regions, Europe, and the United States.

Content

New Atlanticist

Dec 21, 2022

Pakistan’s foreign minister pitches more global aid and investment—and ‘less chaos’

By Nick Fouriezos

Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari spoke at an Atlantic Council Front Page event in Washington about how the international community can help Pakistan tackle its challenges.

Climate Change & Climate Action Economy & Business

EnergySource

Dec 20, 2022

India’s opportunity for steel decarbonization

By Matthew Piotrowski and George Frampton

India is a global steel heavyweight. Domestic and international forces are ratcheting up the pressure to decarbonize. Doing so would ensure long-term market access for Indian producers.

Energy & Environment Energy Markets & Governance

Report

Dec 16, 2022

Global China in Africa: Documenting Indian perspectives from Ghana

By Veda Vaidyanathan and Arhin Acheampong

Partly due to the lack of alternative options, China is quickly becoming a partner of choice, and several African countries are keen to explore the many possibilities of working together.

Africa China

In the News

Dec 11, 2022

Riaz in Aljazeera: Bangladesh opposition stages protests as it challenges PM Hasina

By Atlantic Council

Bangladesh Democratic Transitions

In the News

Dec 11, 2022

Riaz in Al Jazeera English: What’s behind anti-government protests in Bangladesh?

By Atlantic Council

Bangladesh Democratic Transitions

In the News

Dec 10, 2022

Riaz in The Daily Star: One year of US sanctions: Denial and defiance

By Atlantic Council

Bangladesh Freedom and Prosperity

In the News

Dec 8, 2022

Nawaz quoted in Dawn: US to tighten noose around TTP, IS-K: State Dept

By Atlantic Council

Extremism Pakistan

SouthAsiaSource

Dec 6, 2022

A reframed engagement with Afghanistan

By Annie Pforzheimer

Some form of engagement is important to ensure that Afghanistan’s people are not forgotten and can sustainably recover from the economic shocks of drought, COVID-19, and lost international assistance associated with the NATO presence. 

Afghanistan Human Rights

In the News

Dec 6, 2022

Younus in Dawn: More, not less politics, is the answer to Pakistan’s economic crisis

By Atlantic Council

Economy & Business Pakistan

SouthAsiaSource

Dec 6, 2022

Top ten takeaways from the 2022 Conference on the Future of the US-Pakistan Relationship

By South Asia Center

The top ten takeaways from the 2022 Conference on the Future of the US-Pakistan Relationship, hosted in in partnership with the Engro Corporation, the University of Lahore, and the Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies.

Economy & Business Energy & Environment

Experts

Events