Tag: india

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.

India’s Demonetisation Woes a Year On

At 8:15pm on the 8th of November 2016, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi appeared on live television to announce that the two highest banknote denominations […]

Human costs of the sacred cow

India is home to over 200 million cows, more than any other country in the world. They roam freely on the streets, unfazed by 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 […]