Category: South Asia

The Rohingya

An article from the Economist once called the Rohingya people ‘the most persecuted people on Earth.’ I, a refugee from Afghanistan now settled in the […]

Seeing the elephant

“Seeing the elephant” is a 19th century American saying, meaning the gaining of world experience at a significant cost. It originated from travelling circuses, where […]

The Eagle has Floundered

Dominic Huntley explores the discrepancy between words and action in US policy in Asia. United States policy in Asia is fraught with an increasing discrepancy […]

‘Made in Bangladesh’ – ‘Made with Injustice’

(Image Source: DhakaTribune) Reza Mazumder explores how recent ISIS attacks and delayed court case hearings are jeopardising the safety of Bangladesh’s garment industry and prolonging […]