Focusing on the core issue of women's safety must take precedence over criticising the methodology of the Thomson Reuters survey on the world's most dangerous countries for women.
The Trump administration’s policy on immigrant families and the “New” Poor Laws of England in the 1830s bear striking similarities in a Dickensian sense.
Complete domination of rural life by political parties means they – not caste or religious groups – have a monopoly on violence.
The government of the northeast Indian state of Assam appears poised to strip millions of illegal Bangladeshi immigrants of all constitutional rights and even render them stateless.
Northeast India and Myanmar have much in common, and the vibrant border is testimony to the same.
The liberal feminist space in India is acutely plagued by an absence or subversion of Dalit voices, argues Rachelle Bharathi Chandran.
Kyaw Sint urges Facebook to be more proactive in engaging in Myanmar.
A history of modernity as a history of factories struggles to see beyond their walls.
What was once a fledgling lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community in the Bangladeshi capital of Dhaka is now destroyed.
Anti-Muslim sentiments in Sri Lanka can be attributed to the spread of ultranationalist Buddhist rhetoric propagated by Buddhist extremist groups which use Buddhism to justify their narrative.