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Kashmir Students Face Terror Law for Cheering Pakistan’s Cricket Win
October 27, 2021

Kashmir Students Face Terror Law for Cheering Pakistan’s Cricket Win

By Associated Press
India is investigating celebrations of Pakistan’s cricket win under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act.

India’s Role in Communal Violence in Bangladesh
October 26, 2021

India’s Role in Communal Violence in Bangladesh

By Hossain Delwar
India’s anti-Muslim policies trigger anti-Hindu sentiments in its neighbors, creating a vicious cycle of communal violence.
How Can Australia Rethink Its Immigration Policies?
October 26, 2021

How Can Australia Rethink Its Immigration Policies?

By Grant Wyeth
As it approaches a post-pandemic recovery, Canberra has an opportunity to strategically recalibrate its immigration policies.

Li Zhang on China, COVID-19 and Global Capitalism
October 26, 2021

Li Zhang on China, COVID-19 and Global Capitalism

By Catherine Putz
When searching for the origins of the pandemic, we shouldn’t overlook the role played by capitalism in paving a path for the disease. 

Islamic Schools and Girls’ Education in Indonesia: Lessons for the Taliban
October 26, 2021

Islamic Schools and Girls’ Education in Indonesia: Lessons for the Taliban

By M Niaz Asadullah
Indonesia has shown that education based on Islamic precepts is not incompatible with the expansion of education to girls and women.

Why Is the World Ignoring Repatriation of Rohingya Refugees?
October 25, 2021

Why Is the World Ignoring Repatriation of Rohingya Refugees?

By Asif Muztaba Hassan
Refugee camps in Bangladesh have become a source of business for vested interests.

From Exile, Afghanistan’s Fawzia Koofi Keeps Fighting
October 22, 2021

From Exile, Afghanistan’s Fawzia Koofi Keeps Fighting

By Thalia Beaty
Koofi was part of a delegation of Afghan women visiting the U.N. to urge member states not to compromise on inclusion and equal rights in Afghanistan.
Hong Kong’s Media Under Siege
October 22, 2021

Hong Kong’s Media Under Siege

By Angeli Datt
As the world celebrates journalists, this year's Nobel Peace Prize recipients, Hong Kong silences the media.

India Hits 1 Billion Vaccine Doses
October 21, 2021

India Hits 1 Billion Vaccine Doses

By Krutika Pathi
However, there is a huge gap between the numbers who have received one shot and those who are fully immunized.

Op-Ed in China Draws Backlash for Advocating Women ‘Warm Rural Bachelors’ Beds’
October 20, 2021

Op-Ed in China Draws Backlash for Advocating Women ‘Warm Rural Bachelors’ Beds’

By Jesse Turland
Since the latest census results confirmed slowing marriage and birth rates, policy solutions have increasingly undermined women’s rights.

Taliban Agree to New Polio Vaccination Across Afghanistan
October 20, 2021

Taliban Agree to New Polio Vaccination Across Afghanistan

By Rahim Faiez
Their reported agreement now seems aimed at showing the world they are willing to cooperate with international agencies.
What’s the Real Cost of Papua New Guinea’s Palm Oil?
October 18, 2021

What’s the Real Cost of Papua New Guinea’s Palm Oil?

By Joshua Mcdonald
A new report claims that palm oil executives in PNG have bribed officials, paid police to brutalize villagers, used child labor, and participated in an apparent tax evasion scheme.

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