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.
Economy Asia Can’t Save Russia’s Energy Sector By Nicholas Trickett | June 28, 2022
Russia’s rising energy trade with Asia – including China and India – masks underlying problems, including artificially low prices and maxed-out infrastructure.
Society India’s History Wars Heat Up By Muheet Ul Islam and Pirzada Shakir | June 27, 2022
The Babri Mosque ruling galvanized a new wave of legal attacks, with Hindu nationalist groups claiming hundreds of mosques built by Muslims emperors centuries ago were temples in ancient India.
Environment Can Nuclear Energy Power South Korea’s Future? By Eunwoo Lee | June 25, 2022
President Yoon wants nuclear energy to catapult South Korea to carbon neutrality and international prestige. But a rough road lies ahead.
Environment ‘They Own the Ocean’: Gwadar’s Struggle With Illegal Fishing By Mariyam Suleman Anees | June 24, 2022
Illegal fishing off Balochistan’s coast continues despite years of legislation, public protests, and government promises, showing how difficult it can be to combat the “trawler mafia.”