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...
In an unexpected move that surprised everyone, including his own people, King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia has suddenly passed a royal decree permitting women to drive. His stunning decision comes after years of the ban, which...
Das Kapital, though written over one and a half century ago, is a timeless text and a classic in its own right.
For the Caribbean, structural inequalities, deprivation, poverty, and years of colonial rule have led to endemic conditions that exacerbate the effects of hurricanes.
President Duterte's notorious “war on drugs” has been extraordinarily bloody, and criticised by human rights organisations and foreign governments alike.
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.
Not all is well in Maldives. An interview with the father and close friend of slain Maldivian liberal blogger, Yameen Rasheed.
Rather than acting as apologists for the military, the government of Myanmar and the ruling party should tackle the real issues raised by the arrest of three journalists last week.
Journalists in Myanmar refuse to cower to assaults on the freedom of the press, and are standing up for their rights.