Norah Niland

Kunduz attack

Given the long history of deadly airstrikes in Afghanistan, is the assault on the MSF hospital any different?

Oct 16, 2015

The Gitmo Five: a hypothetical threat?

The idea that only some are entitled to due process continues to afflict US foreign policy.

Jun 06, 2014

Imported human rights

The yawning gap between Western human rights discourse and action has overshadowed domestic histories of reform and the need for a grassroots approach to social change.

Mar 20, 2014

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China courts influence in Sri Lanka via the Buddhist clergy

Beijing needs new allies now that the Rajapaksas are reeling, but the enmeshing of politics and religion in Sri Lanka is always cause for concern

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A crossborder discussion on economic precarity and the impacts of ongoing debt restructuring processes and negotiations with the IMF in Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

What’s really behind Jammu and Kashmir’s new Family ID?

Kashmiris fear the scheme is another tool for surveillance and collective punishment by the Indian state.