Category: South Asia

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.

How the US is upsetting the Asia-Pacific regional order

China’s growing assertiveness in the region is a response to fears of containment by the US, Lloyd Rhodes writes.

The Importance of China’s Rail Belt

China’s Railway Belt is likely to be far more influential than its maritime silk road in the near future thanks to an easier transition to […]