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What Did Studying in China Teach Kyrgyz Students About Civic Engagement at Home?

What Did Studying in China Teach Kyrgyz Students About Civic Engagement at Home?

By Adina Masalbekova
Although the students see China's tight control of political discussions as a source of extraordinary discipline, they vehemently oppose it.

The Paradox of Uzbekistan’s Budding Virtual Civic Space

The Paradox of Uzbekistan’s Budding Virtual Civic Space

By Jennifer Brick Murtazashvili and Bakhrom Mirakilov
Despite continued challenges, Uzbekistan’s civil society is more vibrant than at any time in the country’s young history.
Modi's Systematic Clampdown on Indian Civil Society Must Stop

Modi's Systematic Clampdown on Indian Civil Society Must Stop

By Sanjay Kumar
The Indian government is growing less tolerant of debate and dissent each day. This is immensely troubling.

Are You a Foreign Agent in Kyrgyzstan?

By Catherine Putz
Human rights organizations worry that an impending law could stifle the country’s civil society.

The Myth of a South Asia "Community"

The Myth of a South Asia "Community"

Many South Asians speak of their thousands of years of shared ties. This however ignores present realities.

India's Battle for Freedom in Cyberspace

India's Battle for Freedom in Cyberspace

The arrest of two young women over Facebook comments has renewed a much needed debate over internet censorship.

10 Years in the Making: Was Justice Served?

10 Years in the Making: Was Justice Served?

A decade after the Gujarat riots, 32 people have been convicted. Has “the idea of India” been preserved?

Anna Hazare Under Fire

Anna Hazare Under Fire

The Communist Party joins Congress in criticising activist Anna Harare. Will the BJP follow suit?

China's Challenges: Civil Society

China's Challenges: Civil Society

By Kerry Brown
While China’s economy continues to storm ahead, events in 2010 proved that in other areas, the system remains very repressive.

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