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Coal Mining and Indigenous Communities India: Conflict or Co-optation?
July 29, 2021

Coal Mining and Indigenous Communities India: Conflict or Co-optation?

By Itay Noy
The story of Karampot illustrates how local politics around mining can ultimately result not in resistance but, rather, participation in the economy of resource extraction.

How Far Can Raw Talent Take South Asian Athletes at the Olympics?
July 29, 2021

How Far Can Raw Talent Take South Asian Athletes at the Olympics?

By Niha Dagia
The performance of South Asian athletes at the global level is hampered by poor infrastructure and training facilities at home.
South Asia’s Cultural Climate Is at Risk. What Can the US Do?
July 28, 2021

South Asia’s Cultural Climate Is at Risk. What Can the US Do?

By Knox Thames
Encouraging South Asian nations to protect their historic multiculturalism will help reduce human rights violations, protect religious and ethnic minorities, and promote peace and stability.

The Maldives’ ‘India Out’ Campaign
July 26, 2021

The Maldives’ ‘India Out’ Campaign

By Balachander Palanisamy
The Maldives has begun to realize a mutually beneficial relationship with India, and the Solih government means to maintain it despite a growing rhetoric stirring anti-India sentiments.

Will US Concerns Over India’s Democracy Dampen the Mood During Blinken’s Visit?
July 26, 2021

Will US Concerns Over India’s Democracy Dampen the Mood During Blinken’s Visit?

By Sudha Ramachandran
Cooperation in Afghanistan, the Indo-Pacific and countering COVID-19 are on the agenda of the bilateral talks.

What Does a Taliban Government Mean for the Rest of South Asia?
July 23, 2021

What Does a Taliban Government Mean for the Rest of South Asia?

By Aditya Gowdara Shivamurthy
Countries like Bangladesh, the Maldives, and Sri Lanka could see intensified terrorism thanks to links with the Taliban.

“We Are Stronger than Their Injustice”: Indian Farmers Strengthen Protest Amid COVID-19 Surge
July 22, 2021

“We Are Stronger than Their Injustice”: Indian Farmers Strengthen Protest Amid COVID-19 Surge

By Tarushi Aswani
Despite a severe COVID-19 outbreak and waning international attention, India's farmers are keeping up the fight.
Illicit Sale of Kidneys is Thriving in Assam
July 21, 2021

Illicit Sale of Kidneys is Thriving in Assam

By Rajeev Bhattacharya
Demand for kidneys far exceeds supply, creating a thriving Indian black market in the vital organs.

Protests Erupt in India’s Parliament Over Spying Scandal
July 21, 2021

Protests Erupt in India’s Parliament Over Spying Scandal

By Sheikh Saaliq and Krutika Pathi
A recent global investigation found spyware called Pegasus had been used to target opposition figures and journalists in more than 50 countries, including India.

India Should Talk to China About Afghanistan
July 20, 2021

India Should Talk to China About Afghanistan

By Mohamed Zeeshan
Like India, China is concerned that Taliban-ruled Afghanistan could be a safe haven for Islamic militants.

China-India Foreign Ministers Meet in Dushanbe 
July 16, 2021

China-India Foreign Ministers Meet in Dushanbe 

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
If the Indian press statements are a signal to China, the message is clear: India is angry. 
India’s Broken Justice System Claims Another Life
July 16, 2021

India’s Broken Justice System Claims Another Life

By Asim Ali
Successive Indian governments have used the country's anti-terror law to quell dissent.

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