The pattern of persecution of the Rohingya Muslims goes back to 1948, the year when Burma achieved independence from its British colonisers.
The arrest of a prominent peasant leader on charges of sedition is fuelling a new round of ethno-nationalistic sentiments in the restive northeast Indian state of Assam.
A fusion of institutional commonalities and realist geopolitics drives Prime Minister Narendra Modi to back Aung San Suu Kyi over the Rakhine crisis.
Linguistic chauvinism is often just another component of majoritarian impulse, be it at the level of state or nation.
The Indian Supreme Court, yet again, skirted the issue of gender discrimination while invalidating 'triple talaq', or instant divorce in Muslims, in its landmark judgment.
Behind the 'land of jade', squirms a murky world of corruption, violence, and undemocratic subversion.
Journalists in Myanmar refuse to cower to assaults on the freedom of the press, and are standing up for their rights.
A rare attack on Amarnath Yatra pilgrims in India's Kashmir Valley raises questions about the rapidly evolving nature of militancy in the region.
The second iteration of the 21st Century Panglong Conference was indicative of new trends in the country's stuttering peace process.
Burma is no stranger to child soldiers. But, a lot has changed over time.