Aditya Bahl is a PhD Candidate at Johns Hopkins University. His essays on postcolonial politics and culture have appeared in Verso, The New Inquiry, Spectre, Trolley Times, and others. He is the author of four chapbooks of poetry, including NAME/AMEN (Timglaset, Malmö, 2019) and Mukt (Organism for Poetic Research, NYC, forthcoming in 2021).
Scholars of political structures and processes in today’s Nepal struggle to find their feet.
Learning from Myanmar’s unsuccessful ‘Third Force’ movement.
The military’s neutral stance around Imran Khan’s ouster may be damage control.
Southasiasphere episode 17: Updates and analysis from around the region.