South Asia

Empowering Women: Fostering Collective Action in Nepalese Cooperatives

Collective action has been a fundamental aspect of human society for centuries. However, it has emerged as a prevalent mode of achieving common goals,...

The Katchatheevu Dilemma: Looking Beyond the Electoral Lens

The revival of the Katchatheevu island issue, a once-resolved maritime issue between India and Sri Lanka, has brought a new twist to India’s electoral...

Is India’s Citizenship Amendment Act an Incitement to Anti-Indian Sentiment in South Asia?

The Indian Parliament, amending the Citizenship Act of 1955, had ratified the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) on December 11, 2019.  The amendment facilitated the...

Mega Projects of Bangladesh: Major Stakeholders, Future Directions

Since its fifty years landmark of independence, Bangladesh is witnessing rapid economic upliftment. The country has shown its capacity by tackling the economic shock...

Minority Question in Bangladesh: ‘Distorted’ Reality?

The minority narrative about Bangladesh is largely dominated by violence against Hindus. The common arguments regarding this narrative focus on the declining Hindu population...

The Raging Crypto Mania in Pakistan

The crypto revolution in Pakistan faces regulatory impediments as the legislators stick to the status quo fearing financial repercussions that may follow. The crypto sphere...

Free-Market Global Economy and India’s Socialist Reluctance

It was Prime Minister Modi’s slogan of “Minimum Government and Maximum Governance” that got the Indian business community excited in the early years of...

The US-Bangladesh Security Dialogue: How Successful It Was?

The 8th US-Bangladesh Security Dialogue took place on April 4, 2022. The meeting took place in Washington DC this year. Bangladeshi delegation included Foreign...

Pakistan’s Economic Crisis: Key Takeaways for Other Developing Countries

Both Saudi Arabia and China have said that they will only provide financial support to Pakistan once it revives the international monetary fund (IMF)...

Why Myanmar Should Have Friendship and Neighbourhood Policy Towards Bangladesh?

Bangladesh and Myanmar share a land boundary of 271 kilometers. Prior to their establishment as contemporary nation states, both countries had a long history...

India’s Neighbourhood Policy: The Relevance of Para Diplomacy

On April 30, 2022, the Tamil Nadu Assembly (India) unanimously passed a resolution urging the Government of India to allow the Tamil Nadu government...

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Empowering Women: Fostering Collective Action in Nepalese Cooperatives

Collective action has been a fundamental aspect of human...

A Real and Charming China in the Eyes of Taiwan Youths

As the yearning for more cross-Straits communications between the...

Why Macron Is Thinking About Western Intervention in Ukraine

Emmanuel Macron, the President of France, initially took a...

Ensuring Israeli Security and Palestinian Liberation to Avert World War

The post-October 7 Israel-Hamas war highlights perhaps the sheerest...

To Secure a Peaceful and Prosperous Future, Women Must Be Included at All Levels

For the first time in our history, Northern Ireland...