Violent resistance is often cathartic and seductive. But, it can have drastic consequences.
For years, the Maoist insurgents of India have tried to make in roads into the northeast, but in vain.
The recent attack by the Taliban on the city of Ghazni shows the group's continuing relevance and strength in a still-unstable Afghanistan.
The exclusivity of combat roles gave men the privilege of expressing sufferings in ways that women - who too faced the wrath of war in different ways - could not.
Tracing the events and sentiments that led up to the historic partition of the Indian subcontinent.
India's ethnically-diverse northeast is a playfield of competing and often, clashing, territorial claims and political imaginations.
The wars against Islamic State and al-Qaida show that military responses may seem to work in the short term but don’t change much in the long run.
An Adivasi village within the megacity of Mumbai has been razed to make way for a Metro car depot, its inhabitants herded into matchbox-sized flats in an SRA building.
Today's Myanmar lacks the endemic conditions prerequisite for sanctions to work.
Complete domination of rural life by political parties means they – not caste or religious groups – have a monopoly on violence.