A new issue of The Caravan is out. From Outlook, a special issue on The Greatest Indian After Gandhi. From Swans, Michael Barker on postmodern Gandhians and Hindu nationalism (and part 2). Faisal Devji on Gandhi’s conception of history and the violence inherent to liberal society. Death on the path to Enlightenment: Scott Carney goes inside the rise of India Syndrome. India’s north-east: Violence in distant Assam boils over in the rest of the country. From Foreign Policy, AQ Khan, the father of Pakistan's atomic bomb and the worst nuclear proliferator in history, is launching a new political movement (and an interview); and Tom Hundley on Pakistan's terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad idea to develop battlefield nukes. An interview with Farooq Tariq, Labor Party Pakistan, on the importance of the fight against religious fundamentalism. Pakistan’s madrasas have gotten a bad rap, asserts Georgetown University political scientist C. Christine Fair. Syed Zain Al-Mahmood on how Bangladesh farmers are caught in a vicious cycle of flood and debt. Emily Coolidge reviews Identity as Reasoned Choice: A South Asian Perspective on the Reach and Resources of Public and Practical Reasoning in Shaping Individual Identities by Jonardon Ganeri.