Ambreen Agha is Assistant Professor at the Jindal School of International Affairs in O.P. Jindal Global University (Haryana). Her research interests include Islam, gender and conflict with emphasis on religious articulations of both violent and non-violent forms. Her writings have appeared in Outlook, Himal Southasian, Warscapes, Firstpost and other publications.
Azad Essa’s 'Hostile Homelands' explores the ideological convergence of Hindutva and Zionism, and the consequences for Kashmir and Palestine – but there is much more driving India and Israel’s deepening ties
As Kabul refuses to act against the TTP and Baloch militant groups, Pakistan is ending the support it has extended to the Taliban since 1994 and its welcome to refugees from Afghanistan since the 1980s
‘Geoffrey Bawa: Drawing from the Archives’ allows an exploration of the rift between the celebrated architect’s vision for nation-building in Sri Lanka and the country’s present reality
Political scientist and author Sanaa Alimia speaks of the long history of racial profiling, harassment and deportation of Afghan migrants, in the context of Pakistan’s recent crackdown