Magazine India’s Energy-Environment Catch-22 By Monika Mondal | July 01, 2022
Extreme weather events, like India’s heatwaves, pose new challenges to green solutions.
Diplomacy The Complexity of Kazakhstan-Russia Relations on Display By Aliya Askar | June 30, 2022
What did Kazakh President Tokayev’s recent statements in Russia actually mean?
Magazine Botakoz Kassymbekova and Erica Marat on Russia’s ‘Imperial Myth’ By Catherine Putz | July 01, 2022
Russia’s longstanding “imperial myth” holds that “Russia did not attack and colonize, but liberated and saved the colonized.”
Videos What Do the Pacific Island Countries Think About China? June 30, 2022
Henry Ivarature, Lice Movono, and Patricia O’Brien discuss the hopes and concerns Pacific Island governments – and people – have about China.
Society As Baloch Women Raise Their Voices, the State Cracks Down By Somaiyah Hafeez | June 29, 2022
The rise in Baloch women’s activism – and terrorism – has accompanied a new willingness by authorities to target women with state-sanctioned violence.