The influx of FDI into Kenya, particularly from China, is causing a massive instability in Kenyan society as land allocation issues raise protests in the rural areas. At stake are complex issues of race, property, and nationality, Ananya Satish explains.
A less talked about undercurrent in British Politics these days is the issue of migration from Poland. Poles work in all walks of life in Britain, a number of jobs that Brits would not do themselves, yet they are not welcome. We explain the situation.
Has the Indian Supreme Court's verdict on the Ayodhya Dispute done enough to assuage deep-seated wounds, could it have done better? Parth Maniktala from the Faculty of Law, Delhi, analyzes the 1000 page long judgement for you.
As the world's most populous nation celebrates the 70th anniversary of the world's most entrenched political party, Zhou Ling brings a perspective on what the 70th anniversary of PRC means for the world, and China's biggest challenge - Hong Kong.
Rodolfo Pereira sat down for a coffee with his friend, an investigative journalist who was about to be sent on a project related to violence allegedly caused by terrorist organisation “The Shining Path” in the Peruvian Andes. Three days later the journalist along with...
Hong Kong's protests have gone on for a really long time now, with the world's most powerful authoritarian regime pounding on the rights guaranteed to individuals in an international treaty. Francesco Ziveri pens a case for individual freedoms in Hong Kong, gro...
For long the role of the spouse of Heads of States and Governments has been restricted to looking supportive and sounding uncontroversial. However, that is now changing slowly. Is this a desirable end, and what is going to be its impact?
Amid a wave of anti-democratic and strongman governments rising across the world, Sudan provides the proverbial bright spot as a democracy rises in the country. However, questions remain on how effective it will be in the coming days.
As the NRC Process draws to a close, its a race against time for the 19 million citizens to get their papers in time, and save their future. No one knows how many will remain. A lot has been said about the politics, but what of the law? Karun Gupta looks at how the Sup...
Now that the NRC in Assam has been published, what happens to those who have been left out? L.L.M. Candidate at UCLA School of Law, Akruti Chandrayya explains the complex intricacies of national and international law that now come into play.