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Do Indian Voters Know How Their Government Works?
May 10, 2019

Do Indian Voters Know How Their Government Works?

By Vishal Arora
It seems few Indians are aware of the distinction between the roles of the central and state governments.
To Buru Island: A Journey to the Dark Side of Indonesia’s Past
May 07, 2019

To Buru Island: A Journey to the Dark Side of Indonesia’s Past

By Duncan Graham
Mars Noersmono’s story is a first-person account of a nation’s shame.

Halal Tourism on the Rise in Asia, Just Not in China
April 24, 2019

Halal Tourism on the Rise in Asia, Just Not in China

By Betsy Joles
As Beijing connects to the world's largest Muslim markets, its attention to halal tourism lags behind Taiwan's efforts.

Is the Taliban’s Former Capital Ready to Welcome Them Back?
April 18, 2019

Is the Taliban’s Former Capital Ready to Welcome Them Back?

By Ezzatullah Mehrdad
Kandahar has come a long way since Taliban rule. What do its residents think about the peace talks?

Tuberculosis: India’s Silent Epidemic
April 17, 2019

Tuberculosis: India’s Silent Epidemic

By Siddharthya Roy and Sayan Ghosh
As of 2018, India is home to the world’s largest number of patients suffering from tuberculosis.
Tajik Asylum Seekers Struggle for a Sense of Security
April 12, 2019

Tajik Asylum Seekers Struggle for a Sense of Security

By Yan Matusevich
In Poland, asylum seekers from Tajikistan wrestle with insecurity and uncertainty.

Afghanistan’s Most Vulnerable Women
April 09, 2019

Afghanistan’s Most Vulnerable Women

By Ritu Mahendru
In the hidden world of Kuchi nomads, women are denied education, raped, and exchanged for water.
Is There Room for Transgender Rights in the ‘New Malaysia’?
April 04, 2019

Is There Room for Transgender Rights in the ‘New Malaysia’?

By Ana Salvá
Activists believe that the situation for trans people has not changed at all, or has arguably gotten even worse.

The Philippines’ China Dam Controversy
March 27, 2019

The Philippines’ China Dam Controversy

By David Green
The Kaliwa Dam Project, a centerpiece of the BRI in the Philippines, faces steep opposition from indigenous peoples.

Balochistan’s Great Internet Shutdown
March 25, 2019

Balochistan’s Great Internet Shutdown

By Shah Meer Baloch
For 2 years and counting, Kech district’s mobile internet has been shut off for “security reasons.”

China Is Winning the War for Nepali Buddhism
March 21, 2019

China Is Winning the War for Nepali Buddhism

By Lauren Jackson
China's inroads in Nepal mean increasing control over Buddhist heritage sites – with implications for Tibet.
Pakistan's Women Marched for Their Rights. Then the Backlash Came.
March 20, 2019

Pakistan's Women Marched for Their Rights. Then the Backlash Came.

By Tehreem Azeem
What made the Aurat March controversial?

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