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Toxic Masculinity in Northeast India’s Matrilineal Homes
September 03, 2019
Toxic Masculinity in Northeast India’s Matrilineal Homes
The Northeast Indian state of Meghalaya struggles with gender roles, violence, and toxic masculinity.
Toxic Masculinity in Northeast India’s Matrilineal Homes
Confirming Fears, India’s Citizens Register Excludes Nearly 2 Million: What Next?
September 03, 2019
Confirming Fears, India’s Citizens Register Excludes Nearly 2 Million: What Next?
The lives of nearly 2 million in Northeast India are thrown into uncertainty.
Confirming Fears, India’s Citizens Register Excludes Nearly 2 Million: What Next?
Data and Development: Harnessing AI in Nepal
August 31, 2019
Data and Development: Harnessing AI in Nepal
Adopting AI tools is critical for a country like Nepal, where much policymaking is still done without any accurate data.
Data and Development: Harnessing AI in Nepal
The Development of K-Pop Without China
August 30, 2019
The Development of K-Pop Without China
China is one of the world’s largest markets; but K-pop continues to be a global phenomenon without it.
The Development of K-Pop Without China
BJP Concerned Over NRC in Assam, But Wants Register Across India
August 30, 2019
BJP Concerned Over NRC in Assam, But Wants Register Across India
The National Register of Citizens project in India remains mired in controversy.
BJP Concerned Over NRC in Assam, But Wants Register Across India
Myanmar: Filmmaker Jailing Highlights Rising Rights Concerns
August 29, 2019
Myanmar: Filmmaker Jailing Highlights Rising Rights Concerns
The case comes amid growing worries about a deteriorating rights situation in the Southeast Asian country.
Myanmar: Filmmaker Jailing Highlights Rising Rights Concerns
Young Afghan Women Barely Remember Taliban But Fear a Return
August 29, 2019
Young Afghan Women Barely Remember Taliban But Fear a Return
Worried about losing what they’ve gained, Afghanistan’s young women demand a voice in the country’s future.
Young Afghan Women Barely Remember Taliban But Fear a Return
Timor-Leste: Why Water Is More Important Than Oil
August 29, 2019
Timor-Leste: Why Water Is More Important Than Oil
Despite progress on other development metrics, Timor-Leste has under-invested in access to clean water.
Timor-Leste: Why Water Is More Important Than Oil
#MeTooTalgo: Kazakh Activists Push to Toughen Rape Law
August 29, 2019
#MeTooTalgo: Kazakh Activists Push to Toughen Rape Law
In Kazakhstan, discussion about sexual violence -- and how it’s treated under the law -- has hit a tipping point.
#MeTooTalgo: Kazakh Activists Push to Toughen Rape Law
K-Pop Phenomenon BTS Takes a Break
August 29, 2019
K-Pop Phenomenon BTS Takes a Break
Who can replace the K-pop group that experienced six years of nonstop success?
K-Pop Phenomenon BTS Takes a Break
Southeast Asia Must Confront its Illegal Tiger Problem
August 28, 2019
Southeast Asia Must Confront its Illegal Tiger Problem
A new report raises fresh concerns about the impact of tiger breeding centers on the illegal tiger trade.
Southeast Asia Must Confront its Illegal Tiger Problem
Kyrgyzstan Attempts to Isolate Local Islam
August 28, 2019
Kyrgyzstan Attempts to Isolate Local Islam
Kyrgyz authorities profess a separation of state and religion while also paradoxically preferring one version of Islam.
Kyrgyzstan Attempts to Isolate Local Islam
What Really Caused the Violence of Partition?
August 28, 2019
What Really Caused the Violence of Partition?
Neighbors didn’t kill neighbors in 1947. Contested Partition histories need a revisit, now more than ever.
What Really Caused the Violence of Partition?
Not Just ‘Dalits’: Other-Caste Indians Suffer Discrimination Too
August 27, 2019
Not Just ‘Dalits’: Other-Caste Indians Suffer Discrimination Too
A young victim describes her experience with her caste identity in India.
Not Just ‘Dalits’: Other-Caste Indians Suffer Discrimination Too
What Can Nepal’s Pokhara Teach India’s Tourism Industry?
August 26, 2019
What Can Nepal’s Pokhara Teach India’s Tourism Industry?
Developing "tourist streets" could go a long way in boosting India's tourism industry.
What Can Nepal’s Pokhara Teach India’s Tourism Industry?
A Changing India: A Land of Dichotomies and Magic
August 26, 2019
A Changing India: A Land of Dichotomies and Magic
India contains multitudes.
A Changing India: A Land of Dichotomies and Magic
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