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Xinjiang: Life During a People's War on Terror
November 12, 2018
Xinjiang: Life During a People's War on Terror
The CCP has co-opted ordinary citizens into war footing.
Xinjiang: Life During a People's War on Terror
The World of a Bar Dancer in Nepal
November 08, 2018
The World of a Bar Dancer in Nepal
In Kathmandu's dance bars, young women and teenage girls entertain male customers every night. Here is one of their stories.
The World of a Bar Dancer in Nepal
Return From a Pakistan Dungeon
November 05, 2018
Return From a Pakistan Dungeon
Thousands of people have been “disappeared” in Pakistan. And for those who reappear, life is never the same.
Return From a Pakistan Dungeon
India’s Vanishing Art of ‘Impersonation’
November 01, 2018
India’s Vanishing Art of ‘Impersonation’
The long history of Bahurupiya street performance is under threat.
India’s Vanishing Art of ‘Impersonation’
Melaka, Malaysia: Chinese History, Chinese Future?
October 31, 2018
Melaka, Malaysia: Chinese History, Chinese Future?
Kuala Lumpur may have concerns about the Belt and Road, but Chinese projects in Melaka are continuing apace.
Melaka, Malaysia: Chinese History, Chinese Future?
#MeToo: Nepal’s Women Speak Up
October 31, 2018
#MeToo: Nepal’s Women Speak Up
After taking India by storm, the #MeToo movement has come to Nepal. Can it bring change?
#MeToo: Nepal’s Women Speak Up
Cambodia’s Coming AI Revolution
October 25, 2018
Cambodia’s Coming AI Revolution
Big data, AI, and digital technologies: Cambodia’s nascent tech sector is blooming.
Cambodia’s Coming AI Revolution
Is the Golden Age of Chinese Studying Abroad at an End?
October 18, 2018
Is the Golden Age of Chinese Studying Abroad at an End?
Political headwinds could deter Chinese students from universities in the U.S., Australia, and the U.K.
Is the Golden Age of Chinese Studying Abroad at an End?
India Unleashes Its Own #MeToo
October 17, 2018
India Unleashes Its Own #MeToo
Across India, women are speaking up with tales of their abuse at the hands of powerful men.
India Unleashes Its Own #MeToo
Menstruating Without Pads in India
October 10, 2018
Menstruating Without Pads in India
Thanks to stigma and misinformation, many Indian women continue to use cloth during their periods.
Menstruating Without Pads in India
Indonesia Devastated by Tsunami, Time Running Out
October 05, 2018
Indonesia Devastated by Tsunami, Time Running Out
As of October 4, the death toll had risen to 1,424.
Indonesia Devastated by Tsunami, Time Running Out
The Uyghurs and the Han: 1 World, 2 Universes
October 04, 2018
The Uyghurs and the Han: 1 World, 2 Universes
Both peoples inhabit the same land – Xinjiang in western China – but their lives could not be more different.
The Uyghurs and the Han: 1 World, 2 Universes
The Last 2 Sikhs in the Taliban’s Heartland
September 26, 2018
The Last 2 Sikhs in the Taliban’s Heartland
A religious minority that has weathered many episodes of Afghanistan’s turbulent history may soon disappear.
The Last 2 Sikhs in the Taliban’s Heartland
The Nightmare Awaiting Rohingya Returnees
September 19, 2018
The Nightmare Awaiting Rohingya Returnees
A group of Rohingyas are tortured, then made to lie to the press about their treatment upon returning to Myanmar.
The Nightmare Awaiting Rohingya Returnees
The Nepalis Fighting America’s Wars
September 19, 2018
The Nepalis Fighting America’s Wars
Two new books examine the role of third-country nationals, especially Nepalis, in the defense contracting industry.
The Nepalis Fighting America’s Wars
Pride Trumps Prejudice: India's Gay Sex Ban Is No More
September 11, 2018
Pride Trumps Prejudice: India's Gay Sex Ban Is No More
India's Supreme Court has struck down Section 377. Now the truly hard work begins for LGBT rights.
Pride Trumps Prejudice: India's Gay Sex Ban Is No More
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