Talking to Tehreek-i-Taliban
Pakistan’s negotiations with the banned group may lead to more violence and instability.
Salman Rafi Sheikh | Sep 13, 2022
Afghanistan after America
US-Taliban deal could end war, but jettison hard-won rights.
Thomas Ruttig | Mar 28, 2019
The establishment of a Taliban emirate
Kamran Arif | Apr 01, 2009
Naxalbari and the continuous rebellion
Roman | Dec 10, 2008
The Naga talks move along
Even though a final resolution looks remote, the Naga peace negotiations have proceeded with hope – and the clear indication of outside help.
Wasbir Hussain | Sep 01, 2006
Needed: A People’s Power movement
Perhaps the return to war in Sri Lanka will energise the flagging peace movement, as people wake up to what was achieved during the time of ceasefire and all that would be lost. We have …
Sanjana Hattotuwa | Jul 02, 2006
The fourth Eelam war
With the West's efforts at peacemaking having suddenly been stymied by the return to war, the focus shifts to New Delhi. How will it respond, even as Tamil Nadu turns restive?
A S Panneerselvan | Jul 01, 2006
Liz Philipson | Mar 25, 2006
A backward slide
Jehan Perera | Nov 01, 2005
Shattering of Trust-II
The Editors | Sep 29, 2005
Punjab’s media reeling in aftermath of Amritpal Singh’s arrest
Internet bans, social-media suspensions and police raids of journalists’ homes in Indian Punjab raise concerns over press freedom amid a crackdown on supporters of the Khalistan ideologue Amritpal Singh
Hopes and fears on the LoC after two years of ceasefire
A stable ceasefire along the Line of Control between India and Pakistan has given residents a chance at normal life—but threats of an end to the peace persist
Queer literature for children is changing minds in India
Indian parents and community libraries are turning to queer literature for children to help them be sensitive to varied sexual and gender identities
Himal Fiction Fest
The next generation of Southasian storytellers