August 8, 2020

The Rajasthan High Court issued an important verdict in the Sachin Pilot-Ashok Gehlot spat and Rajasthan's government formation. However, legal experts have argued that the court broke long-standing precedent and Supreme Court rulings, Saahas Arora explores these c...

August 3, 2020

An Indian court recently granted bail to an accused on the condition that he not access social media while he is out in the world. Saahas Arora explores the implications of this order on free speech and rights of undertrials?

August 3, 2020

From Mumbai to Berlin and New York, cities across the world are facing an unprecedented crisis in dealing with COVID-19. Some are performing better than others. The pandemic will leave the world with a lasting experience in city management, Varshini Sridhar culls out s...

August 1, 2020

The recent border tensions between India and China have spawned a myriad of responses from the Indian government. Constrained in military options against a substantially mightier foe, India has attempted to use coercive diplomacy and its economic weight to push China i...

August 1, 2020

A recent judgement from the Karnataka High Court has thrown light on the apathy visible in several cases concerning sexual assault in Indian courts - both with the Bar and the Bench. Devi VM analyzes this trend.

July 23, 2020

Apple is announcing a new line of CPUs for its MacBook PCs. The implications of this change will be felt by the entire industry and could even impact free speech. Sahil Makwane from NYU explains.

July 16, 2020

Gurmat Singh Brar talks about the rise of China and its impact on South Asia, from the lens of Samuel P. Huntington’s legendary essay, "The Clash of Civilisations?"

July 11, 2020

The Chinese government has finally enacted a draconian National Security Act, bypassing the Hong Kong legislature. A number of experts believe this is the end of democracy in Hong Kong - or whatever little was left of it. Pratiksha Pathak explores this subject.

July 4, 2020

What does this moment - when an overwhelming majority of Americans are rising against race prejudice - mean for the rest of world? Is it right to view the George Floyd protests as an isolated US problem? Zhuo Ling argues otherwise.

July 4, 2020

The US Economy has entered a phase of catastrophic decline with unemployment numbers racing towards levels unseen since the Second World War. However, just as with every other cloud, there are some silver linings in an otherwise gloomy economy, Ananya Satish explains.

July 1, 2020

A pandemic in and of itself is an intensely complicated thing to process, even at the best of times. Aditya Tamar tries to explain the art of decision-making through physics and history.

June 9, 2020

From an agency that suddenly stopped reporting influenza-related data, to changing testing criterias and methodologies, India's COVID data is highly questionable, Saahas Arora explains.

June 9, 2020

As the coronavirus rages through the world and devestats economies, a number of Indian states are suspending labor protections in the name of encouraging industrial activity. Is this labor reform or denegrtion, Bhavya Pandey discusses.

May 27, 2020

India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi proclaimed that his government has a 20 Lac Crore relief package to stem the COVID-19 related economic crisis. But is this true? Bhavya Pandey explains.

May 17, 2020

The NFL loosened regulations surrounding the use of Marijuana. What does this mean for the sport, Pratiksha Pathak explains.

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