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Protests Against Military Coup Sweep Myanmar’s Yangon
February 10, 2021

Protests Against Military Coup Sweep Myanmar’s Yangon

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
Portraits of a pensive nation.

Dispatches From the India Farmers’ Tractor Rally
February 09, 2021

Dispatches From the India Farmers’ Tractor Rally

By Alina Tiphagne
Photos taken from the Ghazipur Border, New Delhi on a historic day of protests gone awry.
Dhanushkodi Fisherfolk: 50 Years of Life on the Edge
January 11, 2021

Dhanushkodi Fisherfolk: 50 Years of Life on the Edge

By Sugato Mukherjee
At India’s southernmost tip, a fishing community remains resilient over 50 years after a cyclone wiped their home off the map.

Bhasan Char: A New Home for Rohingya Refugees
December 22, 2020

Bhasan Char: A New Home for Rohingya Refugees

By StoriesAsia
Bangladesh has relocated some of the Rohingya refugees in the country to an island in the Bay of Bengal.

Inside India’s Farmer Protest
December 08, 2020

Inside India’s Farmer Protest

By Bhat Burhan
Scenes from the ongoing farmers' protest outside New Delhi, which shows no signs of dissipating.

After Losing Special Status, Kashmiris Come Out to Vote
December 02, 2020

After Losing Special Status, Kashmiris Come Out to Vote

By Bhat Burhan
Amid tight security, freezing cold, and the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of Kashmiris seize the opportunity to vote against the BJP.

Responding to Central Vietnam’s Floods and Landslides
November 20, 2020

Responding to Central Vietnam’s Floods and Landslides

By Hugh Bohane
Local NGOs bring aid to flood and landslide-affected communities in Central Vietnam.
Protesters Again Fill the Streets of Bangkok
October 15, 2020

Protesters Again Fill the Streets of Bangkok

By Cory Wright
Gathering at the Democracy Monument, protesters then marched on Government House, where the prime minister’s offices are located.

Scenes From Thailand’s Massive Protests Demanding Reform
September 21, 2020

Scenes From Thailand’s Massive Protests Demanding Reform

By Cory Wright
For months, protesters in Thailand have called for reforms. This weekend as many as 100,000 protesters descended on Bangkok.

Thailand’s Radical Grandmothers
September 17, 2020

Thailand’s Radical Grandmothers

By Valeria Mongelli
A group of women are using weaving skills to fund their fight against mining pollution in rural Thailand.

Struggling With Drought on the Mekong
August 24, 2020

Struggling With Drought on the Mekong

By Luke Hunt
Climate change and dams combine to push water levels to record lows.
Glimpses of Kaho: A Village Along the Line of Actual Control on the India-China Border
July 09, 2020

Glimpses of Kaho: A Village Along the Line of Actual Control on the India-China Border

By Rajeev Bhattacharyya
Kaho is a village on the easternmost tip of India.

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