South and Central Asia
This special report from the U.S. Institute of Peace explores sectarian conflict in the remote, mountainous Gilgit-Baltistan region of Pakistan.
Written by Serhan Cevik and Mohammad Rahmati, this report from the IMF critically examines the transition of post-conflict economies.
In this report from the Feinstein International Center, Prisca Benelli and co-authors focus on the lives and vulnerabilities of those affected by the Afghan crisis and on the attempts by local and international agencies to mitigate these vulnerabilities within the fraught and volatile Afghan context.
In this report from the International Food Policy Reseearch Institute & The Asian Development Bank, Thomas Reardon and co-authors offer a strategy for feeding the estimated nine billion people in the world by 2050, particurarly in Asia where two-thirds of the world's malnourished live.
Climate Change, Migration, and Conflict in South Asia: Rising Tensions and Policy Options across the Subcontinent
This paper examines the role of climate change, migration, and security broadly at the national level in India and Bangladesh-and then zero in more closely on northeast India and Bangladesh to demonstrate the interlocking problems faced by the people there and writ larger across all of South Asia.
Beyond Boundaries in South Asia: Bridging the Security/ Development Divide with International Security Assistance
This report from the Stimson Center looks at security and development challenges in South Asia and propose a "whole of society" approach to their resolution.
This paper from the Asian Development Bank examines the issue of financing climate change in the context of the Asia and Pacific region.
This note explains the importance of using a conflict-sensitive approach to responding to climate change in South Asia and strategy for achieving it.
What Are the Projected Impacts of Climate Change on Food Crop Productivity in Africa and S Asia? DFID Systematic Review Final Report
In order to inform policy and practice options, including resource allocation, DFID commissioned Cranfield University to undertake a Systematic Review (SR) of the impacts of climate change on crop productivity in Africa and South Asia. This report summarises that review, and provides a detailed account of the protocol and methodology, data collection, meta-analyses and synthesis.
This document offers a brief overview of humanitarian assistance provided by USAID to South Asia between 2000 and 2009.