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.

May 17, 2020

China's relationship with the EU is deteriorating in several aspects with an increasingly hawkish America on the horizon. What does this mean for global stability, Varshini Sridhar explains.

May 17, 2020

How should we understand Herd Immunity in the context of a barely understood disease like COVID? What happens if a vaccine never comes up, Shalini Guleria explains.

May 17, 2020

The State of Karnataka in India recently stopped trains for migrant workers. The decision was subject to suspicion because it came immediately after a meeting with construction magnates. While the services have resumed, was this an attempt at forced servitude, Parth Ma...

May 17, 2020

Understanding the impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic can be hard, but how do we put it in perspective to gauge how big of a disruption it will be, Kamya Vishwanath explains.

What is it that has led Narendra Modi and his party, the BJP, to a spectacular rise in India's otherwise messy politics, and what does the rise of a Hindu-majoritarian nationalism mean for a democratic India, Digvijay Chakrabarti explains.

May 17, 2020

What will be the impact of the COVID Crisis on the environment? Chiara Ceseracciu traces the history of the environmental conservation movement and explains what's ahead.

May 17, 2020

Do the increased policing and surveillance measures surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic in democracies lack legal muster? Ananya Satish explains.

May 17, 2020

How will the technologies deployed during the COVID crisis, which track location and share extensive data, apply in the post-COVID world? Akshat Jain talks about the rise of the Surveillance State that the Pandemic might foster.

April 25, 2020

Argentina has a new financial management team, and long time IMF critic Joseph Stiglitz is close to them. In addition, he too is turning pro-IMF in the recent past. Bhavya Pandey presents this inside opinion of how the winds are shifting in Argentina.

April 10, 2020

Oil prices have been in free fall since before the COVID-19 epidemic. As Russia and Saudi Arabia battle to capture the market, they have driven down oil prices to some of the lowest in modern history. But the sands are shifting and the global economy may not be ready,...

April 9, 2020

As Populism has taken hold over the polities of major powers across the world, Globalization seems to be receding. However, associated with Globalization has been the idea of Multiculturalism. Will that die out too? Sampurnaa Bora explains in this piece for the Peacebu...

April 1, 2020

What are the ramifications of President Trump's deal with the Taliban? In the midst of the coronavirus scare has the world ignored an important development with far-reaching ramifications for global security? Navya Khanna for The Peacebuilding Project brings out th...

April 1, 2020

A gruesome culture of violence and harassment against women in Mexico is now being challenged. Known as Femicide, Mexico's patriarchal structure subjects women to sexual and physical violence and strips them off basic opportunities. A Human Rights Activist from Mex...

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