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...

April 1, 2020

While Chinese official media peddles a narrative of victory over COVID-19, and western powers like the US reel from the pandemic, an important part forgotten in the COVID saga are the Chinese people. Zhuo Ling brings forth their perspective.

March 28, 2020

The last few days have seen an outpouring of relief packages by major global economies across the world. However, as economies around the world collapse with people moving into quarantine, is this enough? Bhavya Pandey looks at the relief packages across the world.

March 23, 2020

What happens to the British Royal Family as one of its most popular constituents - Meghan Markle and Prince Harry - leave to fend for their own? Does MEGXIT indicate an undeniable fissure in the British crown? Ananya Satish takes a look.

March 23, 2020

What are the underlying causes behind India's unending pollution problem? Alika Raina explores the latest WHO report on Delhi's Death Breath.

March 17, 2020

As the world marks International Women's Day this month, Parth Maniktala looks at an important function that women are fulfilling across the world - speaking truth to power.

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.

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