Daniel Bosley

Daniel Bosley is a writer living and working in the Male, Maldives. He currently writes for a number of publications and blogs about the Maldives with his wife (www.twothousandisles.com).

Beyond the ballot box

Celebration of the Maldives’ democratic gains must be tempered with realism.

Oct 22, 2018

End overend

A short story

Sep 01, 2016

Maldivian maladies

The country’s healthcare system is burdened by aliments old and new.

Apr 30, 2016

The Machiavellis of Malé

How the politics of vengeance in the Maldives is destroying its democracy.

Nov 05, 2015

February in History

The Maldives’ Commission of National Inquiry report is a history written by the victors, but it forces all parties to look to the future, not the past.

Sep 14, 2012

Coffee with Bakuree

A Maldivian opposition activist speaks of hope, humour, and the non-violent path back to democracy.

Jul 27, 2012

Latest Articles

Bound by the bindi

Has wearing the bindi been an act of conformity to the Sindhi community?

Development sermons

Do political cabals and business cartels explain the woes of Nepali economy?

The subtle art of resistance

Zakariya Mohammed’s ‘Halal Love Story’ tells the story of resistance in the face of an omnipotent authority.

Revisiting the past, reimagining a future 

How an art magazine found a place in India’s nation-building narratives.