With the end of peace in Sri Lanka, the time has come for a massive re-appraisal of the international community’s successes, failures and outright incompetencies in the name of rehabilitation, reconstruction and peace-building.
Darini Rajasingham Senanayake | Jul 08, 2006
The fate of India-Pakistan economic ties seems pegged to the fluctuating peace process between the two. But the normalisation of bilateral economic relations is inevitable, and will have far-reaching and unforeseen implications.
Haris Gazdar | Jul 01, 2006
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
Bhutan celebrated the decriminalisation of homosexuality in 2021 but LGBTIQ+ activists are pushing for the legal recognition of all gender identities and marriage equality