Month: August 2014

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Representing Terrorism

GERAINT SCHMIDT comments on the international media responses to the Kunming terrorist attacks. I watched an interesting video recently. It was a time lapse video […]

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The forgotten people: A trip to North Korea

ANNA PAVLAKIS journeys from mainland China to Pyongyang, and her findings are remarkable. Dubbed by many as a land of ‘man-made misery’, the Democratic People’s Republic […]

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Sex & Sexuality Part 3: Singapore

ABHINAV DESHMUKH reviews Singapore’s unique policy for foreign immigrants who are HIV positive. Let us imagine the following scenario. You get admitted in a local hospital […]

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Sex & Sexuality Part 2: Mongolia

In a trip down Monsoon memory lane, we present MARK PENNINI’s Solongo Garlaa* – LGBT Life in Mongolia from our print archives. Whether it is among the Soviet […]