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CNN in Myanmar, environmental crises, and Tibetan cinema

Southasiasphere podcast episode 06: Updates and analysis from around the region.

| Apr 09, 2021

Reinstatement of Nepal’s Parliament, Al Jazeera’s investigation on corruption in Bangladesh and more.

Southasiasphere podcast episode 05: Updates and analysis from around the region.

| Mar 05, 2021

Military coup in Myanmar, Nepal’s constitutional crisis and vaccine rollouts in Southasia

Southasiasphere podcast episode 04: Updates and analysis from around the region.

| Feb 09, 2021

What the military coup means for Myanmar’s ethnic conflicts

And why there’s a need to support a diverse, multi-ethnic coalition of opposition groups in Myanmar.

| Feb 05, 2021

Imperfect markets

On whether Southasia’s digital space should be regulated.

| Jan 08, 2021

The rise of extremes

Across Southasia, COVID-19 has exacerbated inequality and overshadowed climate change.

| Dec 04, 2020

Elections in Myanmar, opposition rallies in Pakistan, COVID-19 vaccines in Southasia

Southasiasphere podcast episode 03: Updates and analysis from around the region.

| Nov 06, 2020

Constitutional change in Sri Lanka, Afghan peace talks, Bhutan-Bangladesh trade agreements and more

Southasiasphere podcast episode 02: Updates and analysis from around the region.

| Oct 05, 2020

The disconnect on Digital Pakistan

In Pakistan, the government invests in its digital presence while stifling dissent.

| Sep 08, 2020

Elections in Sri Lanka, freedom of speech debates in India, war on drugs in Bangladesh and more

Southasiasphere: Podcast #01 - Updates and analysis from around the region.

| Sep 03, 2020

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Why Jawaharlal Nehru and Indira Gandhi were never really on the Left to begin with.