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Partition Research and the Need for a Multi-Dimensional Approach

Ties between India and Pakistan have witnessed a downward slide in recent years, yet there have been some important initiatives in terms of books,...

Revisited: Partition and the Bengali Muslims of India

It may come as a surprise to many people that Bengali-speaking Muslims form the second largest Muslim ethno-linguistic group in the world after Arab...

The South China Sea: Malaysian Dilemma

While building on the theme of uncertainty in his book ‘The Black Swan’, Nassim Nicholas Taleb talks about the writing of history and how...

The Use of Social Media Changes Political Culture of Pakistan

There is little doubt that Pakistan is barreling towards an uncertain political and economic future. But the most unique phenomenon of the last four...

Of Ignorance and Politics: Why Do Some People Misrepresent Bangladesh and Its Development?

Bangladesh faces a paradox of ignorance and politics. The deadly combination of ignorance and politics is now widespread among a section of the experts...

The Role of Shinzo Abe in Shaping Indo-Japanese Ties

Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was shot dead on the morning of July 8 during a political event. He was addressing a gathering...

Saving Face: China is not Giving Up its Zero-COVID Policy

While many Western countries have been adopting the living with COVID-19 strategy, China has strangely insisted on controlling and suppressing the pandemic. Deplorably, infection...

Medellin: A Saga of Civic Transformation

Medellin, Colombia, is the city that best exemplifies the revitalisation of a city. As a direct result of architects' efforts, the public's concept of...

Afghan Sikhs: Their Immediate Challenges and Emotional Dilemma

While at one point in the 1970s the population of Afghan Sikhs and Hindus was estimated to be over 2,00000, today the number of...

Cambodia’s Hun Sen Shows His Weakness With Post-election Repression

Many observers have been surprised by the new wave of political repression which has taken place in Cambodia since the communal elections of June 5.   Prime Minister...

History in the Making: Rewriting Pinochet’s Constitution for Chile

Chile's protests began because of an unpopular public transportation rate hike, similar to France's 2018 "yellow vest" riots— with protestors going to the streets...

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Partition Research and the Need for a Multi-Dimensional Approach

Ties between India and Pakistan have witnessed a downward...

What ASEAN Means for South Korea’s New Government

Earlier this year, the South Korean public voted in...

Russia’s Pathway to the Arctic: Ambitions and Tribulations

In its effort to further the ambition in the...

Revisited: Partition and the Bengali Muslims of India

It may come as a surprise to many people...

The South China Sea: Malaysian Dilemma

While building on the theme of uncertainty in his...