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Aqil Shah on Pakistani Elections and Beyond

Aqil Shah on Pakistani Elections and Beyond

By Sudha Ramachandran
“A coup may not be imminent, but it is fair to say that Pakistan is unlikely to come out of its enduring praetorian trap.”
Indian Farmers to Press Ahead With March to New Delhi

Indian Farmers to Press Ahead With March to New Delhi

By Associated Press
They have rejected the Modi government’s offer of a five-year contract for a guaranteed minimum price for five crops.

Former Thai PM Thaksin Freed on Parole After 6 Months

Former Thai PM Thaksin Freed on Parole After 6 Months

By Sebastian Strangio
As controversy over his parole simmers, attention turns to what influence the controversial former leader will have over Thai politics.

How PM Modi Has Weakened the Rights-Based Laws of the Previous Decade

How PM Modi Has Weakened the Rights-Based Laws of the Previous Decade

By Snigdhendu Bhattacharya
The BJP government has weakened a suite of progressive laws that were enacted by the previous Congress-led administration.

Public Trust in Ballot Box Politics Could Weaken Further in Balochistan

Public Trust in Ballot Box Politics Could Weaken Further in Balochistan

By Mariyam Suleman Anees
The poor performance of Baloch nationalist parties in the recent elections is surprising, as is the victory of candidates who were barely known in their constituencies.
Indian Supreme Court Scraps PM Modi’s Controversial Party Funding Scheme

Indian Supreme Court Scraps PM Modi’s Controversial Party Funding Scheme

By Kavita Chowdhury
The apex court declared the opaque electoral bonds scheme, which benefited the BJP the most, to be unconstitutional.

What Indonesia’s Election Result Means For the Ruling PDI-P

What Indonesia’s Election Result Means For the Ruling PDI-P

By Virdika Rizky Utama
Cast into opposition for the first time in two decades, the PDI-P has a critical role to play as a check on the incoming administration's power.
Indonesia’s President Congratulates Successor-elect Following Decisive Victory

Indonesia’s President Congratulates Successor-elect Following Decisive Victory

By Sebastian Strangio
The election of Prabowo Subianto bears a striking resemblance to the comeback victory of President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. in 2022.

Can Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party Escape Factional Politics? 

Can Japan’s Liberal Democratic Party Escape Factional Politics? 

By Zhuoran Li
As long as the factions’ influence on personnel affairs continues, factionalism will not disappear within the LDP.

Pita Limjaroenrat’s Vision for Thailand

Pita Limjaroenrat’s Vision for Thailand

By Richard Yarrow and Saly Sirothphiphat
In an interview, the opposition MP discusses his political future and the way forward for Thailand.

PM Modi Internationalizes BJP’s Reelection Campaign

PM Modi Internationalizes BJP’s Reelection Campaign

By Jon Gambrell
He inaugurated the first open Hindu temple in the Middle East during his recent visit to the UAE.
Who is Prabowo Subianto, the Ex-General Who is Indonesia’s Next President?

Who is Prabowo Subianto, the Ex-General Who is Indonesia’s Next President?

By Victoria Milko
The ex-general's ascent to the presidency of Southeast Asia's most populous nation crowns a long and controversial career.

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