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...

February 2, 2020

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

November 17, 2019

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.

November 11, 2019

China's purported "Re-Education Camps" in the Xianjing Province have become the latest concern for Human Rights in the world's most totalitarian regime. Here's why.

November 11, 2019

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...

November 11, 2019

Our partner at the Peacebuilding Project, Navya Khanna explains how President Trump's betrayal of Kurdistan is only the most recent in a century long history of loss and betrayal.

October 5, 2019

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.

October 5, 2019

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...

September 27, 2019

A theory from behavioral economics could have provided a better approach to tackling single-use plastics than an outright ban. So why did India not use it?

August 7, 2019

The Belt and Road Initiative is one of the largest gambles ever played by an aspiring superpower. It not only has clearly defined economic objectives, but also spawns a whole array of geopolitical and social objectives as well, Anuttama Banerji explains.

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