February 2, 2020

Sampura Bora brings forth the story of the incredible exploitation and suffering faced by children in the mines of Congo

February 2, 2020

How does a State regulate a public square like Twitter? Is the involvement of a state in banning individual accounts justified? Are states right in involving private companies in law enforcement? Parth Maniktala from the Faculty of Law, India, explains.

February 2, 2020

The longstanding hope that compulsions of India's liberal Constitution would reign in the BJP and Narendra Modi's Hindutva agenda were mistaken. Saarang Narayan from the University of Leeds argues that India ignored the impending signs available all along.

Reeya Rao and Sagarika Pradhan explain their observations on how a small state in south India is carrying out a remarkable revolution in Palliative Care.

February 2, 2020

Hitler's propaganda-rich biography Mein Kampf has once again become a bestseller in India. At a time when far-right populism rises across the world, it is important to take a re-look at how Fascism operates in contemporary polity.

February 2, 2020

In the context of Hong Kong's fight, and an Italian court case, a new right emerges from the deadwood of ancient civil law. Zhuo Ling from UCLA School of Law takes a look at this new right, and how it impacts identity politics in Hong Kong.

February 2, 2020

The world has been largely silent on India's abrogation of Art.370 - which grants Kashmir special status - but India's image abroad has taken a significant hit, Sitara Srinivas explains.

February 2, 2020

Saipriya Shahi explains all there is to tasting, manufacturing, and buying wine. You will never need a recipe book again!

February 2, 2020

Will India's New Education Policy fix the problems crippling its education system, or will it unleash a wave of communal capture of her liberal educational establishment?

February 2, 2020

Are border fences a prudent way of ensuring the sanctity of national frontiers? Or, does the incentive of socio-economic connections overpower their deterrent effect of border walls?

February 2, 2020

How should we interpret the protests surrounding the CAA, and what does the harsh state clampdown mean for democracy in India? Akruti Chandrayya talks about the million mutinies of India.

January 3, 2020

One of the worst repression in the world is currently ongoing in China. An ethnic cleansing at a scale not seen since Hitler's concentration camps, the Chinese Government is putting Uyghur Muslims into arbitrary incarceration. We interviewed Mr. Nury Turkel of the...

December 31, 2019

As some of the largest economies in the world came together to open up a free trade market in Asia, India - the 2nd largest in Asia - opted out of the arrangement. What prompted this economic powerhouse to chicken out, and what does it mean for RCEP? Alika Raina pens t...

December 29, 2019

As we conclude 2019, Zhuo Long summarizes how Hong Kong made the world sit up and notice the atrocities of China, and how it made itself heard for the cause of liberty, equality, and fraternity.

December 29, 2019

The introduction of VAR has brought to the realm of football a phenomenon correlated with Quantum Mechanics, Aditya Tamar explains.

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