The memories are still fresh and alive. It was early 2003 and the American-led coalition was preparing to launch Operation Iraqi Freedom. There was fear and hope in the air: fear of the impending war and hope that Saddam...
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.
The FARC is now hoping to position itself as the party for marginalised voters. To succeed, it must develop new organisational capacities.
President Duterte's notorious “war on drugs” has been extraordinarily bloody, and criticised by human rights organisations and foreign governments alike.
China's incursions into Bhutan must be seen in a broader context of its plan to strategically encircle India. New Delhi must not yield to such disruptive behaviour.
Behind the 'land of jade', squirms a murky world of corruption, violence, and undemocratic subversion.
The attack on Amarnath pilgrims shows that 'Kashmiriyat' was always a metaphorical abstraction.
A rare attack on Amarnath Yatra pilgrims in India's Kashmir Valley raises questions about the rapidly evolving nature of militancy in the region.
An Afghan perspective into why stopping external aid to Afghanistan could be disastrous.