Month: August 2017

The Strange Invisibility of Australian Aid

Australian aid is a heavily debated topic. How much should we give? Who decides? How do we decide? In his most recent book, The Foreign […]

Sindh’s Mohajir card: on its last legs

After decades of explosive urban-violence and ethnically segregated politics in Sindh, Mohajir-aligned politics is set to die.  Pakistan is a surprisingly ethnically diverse country. Urdu, […]

Feminism in the Asia-Pacific region

What is feminism? For many, the idea of what feminism looks like is strongly associated with more common feminist movements in the West, yet feminism […]