Category: South Asia

The Rohingya crisis: one year on

The international community must come together to help bring the Rohingya Refugees home—wherever that might be, write PhD candidates M Mizanur Rahman and Tasfi Sal-sabil, […]

In the state but not of it: The newly stateless people of Assam

India’s decision to strip over four million people of citizenship in the North-Eastern state of Assam is a form of gerrymandering aimed at alienating the […]

Why the death penalty will not solve India’s rape crisis

India’s introduction of the death penalty for the rape of a child does not solve its crisis of sexual assault. Alexandra Smith argues.

Contesting Coup Culture? Race and Rabuka in the 2018 Fijian Election

Fiji’s recent elections have become a manifestation of tensions brewing between the country’s local Fijian and Indian population. Hayley Keen writes.