The machine that went rogue
Learning from Myanmar’s unsuccessful ‘Third Force’ movement.
Aung Kaung Myat | Jun 28, 2022
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.
The Editors | Feb 05, 2021
Burma’s peace process on the brink?
Ceasefire capitalism undermines peace in Karen State.
David Brenner | Jul 25, 2014
Violence in Kokrajhar
Uncontrolled immigration in Assam has not only angered locals, but also provided them an excuse to mistreat all immigrants: illegal, Muslims, Bangladeshis or otherwise.
Walter Fernandes | Aug 07, 2012
The politics of internment
The Editors | Aug 03, 2009
Malaysian makkal sakthi
The Editors | Apr 01, 2008
Insurgencies of despair, uprisings of hope
C K Lal | Feb 01, 2006
WRONG TIME FOR POWER STRUGGLES
Jehan Perera | Sep 01, 2002
The Editors | Aug 01, 2001
Opening old wounds
Ashok K. Mehta | Nov 01, 2000
How the IMF bailout is changing Sri Lanka’s foreign policy
The recent IMF bailout package has significantly shifted Sri Lanka’s foreign policy with major players such as China, India and the United States, though such shifts do not seem to bode well for its people
Canadian-Tamil comedian Sunthar V navigates queerness and Tamil identity
Sunthar V, founder of the Tamil Comedy Club in central London, attempts to push social boundaries with his comedy in Chennai
Is an Adani port devastating Kerala’s coast?
Activists say coastal communities and marine life around Kerala’s Vizhinjam Port are paying a heavy price for the Adani Group project
Delhi’s longest-running play reflects the changing city
The shape-shifting ‘Ghalib in New Delhi’ captures 26 years of sociopolitical change in Delhi and beyond