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The India-Pakistan partition might have been “one of the greatest administrative operations in history” for Lord Mountbatten, but it was a calamitous event for many others.
The Pakistan army continues to sell a false narrative about Kashmir to its people. India must counter that head-on.
Not everyone wants to come on board the non-binding UN Global Compact on Migration, which is being signed by countries on 10-11 December in Marrakesh, Morocco.
Civil society organisations working at the grassroots, and not just political parties, must be given credit for the Indian government's decision to finally build the Kartarpur pilgrimage corridor to Pakistan.
By continuing to hold the nation-state sacrosanct, the contemporary Left is only strengthening the divisive, exclusionary politics of the right-wing.
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 India-Pakistan bilateral is ill with dithering diplomacy and disruptive agendas. Like always.
A historical perspective into refugees can help us better understand the daunting crisis that we face today.
The abrupt cancellation of recently-announced Foreign Minister-level talks between India and Pakistan herald a rough phase for bilateral relations between the two neighbours.
The newly-formed cabinet of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has several establishment faces with close links to India.