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While a divided Congress will likely mean gridlock, there are two economic policies likely to see significant change: trade and infrastructure.
A migrant caravan of almost 7,000 people who left Guatemala and Honduras is heading north towards the United States. The reasons they are leaving are complex but involve a U.S.-backed violent history.
The far right candidate's election victory left Brazil fragmented.
The waning insurgent theatre in Northeast India proves that New Delhi has both the watches and the time in the ethnically sensitive region.
The India-Pakistan bilateral is ill with dithering diplomacy and disruptive agendas. Like always.
If you have to devote hours a day to collecting water, you miss out on education, a social life and other human rights.
President Vladimir Putin’s visit to India on 4-5 October 2018 for the 19th annual bilateral summit saw the signing of a major weapons system. This served relatively well Russia’s domestic and foreign policy objectives.
A historical perspective into refugees can help us better understand the daunting crisis that we face today.
Water has defined and redefined social boundaries for eons, while facilitating the formation of class and caste identities. The Brahmaputra Valley in Assam is a thriving case-in-point.
Populism is currently attractive because it contains a grain of truth. If we want to be prepared for the post-populist period and hasten its coming, we must address these real issues.