election

Echoes of Pakistan in Indian polls

Frenzied use of communal card signals the weakening of democracy.

| May 06, 2019

Strangulation by bureaucracy: the Maldivian case

The country has found an efficient method of controlling media coverage of the 2018 presidential election.

| Sep 21, 2018

Turning out

In Kashmir Valley, voter participation at recent Assembly polls was driven by an overriding imperative.

When the worm turns

On 8 January, the dynastic ambition of the Rajapaksas faces an unprecedented challenge.

| Dec 31, 2014

Between two guns

In Kashmir, individual agency is prey to violence from both state and non-state actors.

| Jun 09, 2014

Assam’s ‘D-voters’

In Assam, the control of public discourse has become a powerful political technology.

| May 26, 2014

Through the looking glass

Reflections on the Indian media in the 2014 Indian Parliamentary Elections.

| May 23, 2014

Registering dissent

NOTA and what it means for electoral participation in Kashmir.

| May 08, 2014

Load More

Latest Articles

Climate change in Bangladesh is driving a dengue outbreak in winter

Dengue is endemic in Bangladesh but the current outbreak is unusual in its scale and seasonality. Many experts have linked the surge in dengue cases with extreme climate events

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

Rebound or relapse: Debt restructuring in a time of crisis

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.