South Asia

A women’s revolution rises from the Syrian war

London-based writer and activist Rahila Gupta in conversation with Sanjay Kapoor.

India and Pakistan: have they got it wrong again?

The recent flip-flop in resuming talks between the governments of India and Pakistan indicates that the vicious cycle is going to persist in their bilateral relationship.

Fuel import bill jumps due to election in Nepal

Nepal’s oil import bill for October-November jumped 40 percent due […]

Bangladesh economy gains at cost of democratic space: Study

Titled ‘Revisiting the local power structure in Bangladesh : Economic gain, […]

‘The Hambantota deal is ruinous for us’

The recent Hambantota port deal struck between Sri Lanka and China has raised eyebrows in the neighbourhood. While India has expressed concerns over the island nation’s decision, the agreement has found detractors within the government in Colombo as well. In this interview, former minister Wijeyadasa Rajapakshe, who was sacked recently for criticising the deal, refuses to mince his words and lashes out against the government for mortgaging the future of the next generation with this de

Understanding The Drivers of Modi’s Pakistan Policy

In his three years in office, Indian Prime Minister Narendra […]