Retelling the tragic story of postcolonial Assam’s first radical journalist-author. Continue reading Dog Days of Democracy: Remembering Parag Kumar Das
With the disintegration of the UNFC, Myanmar’s government faces an unprecedented situation in the peace process. Continue reading New Fissures in Myanmar’s Peace Process
Tackling Maria Wirth’s hypnotic vision of a Hindu India, expressed in her latest blog piece. Continue reading A Response to Maria Wirth’s Utopia of a Hindu Nation
A new political dialogue committee has emerged in Myanmar’s peace process, and Nay Pyi Taw must catch up. Continue reading Renegade Road to Peace: A New Dialogue Process in Myanmar?
The Washingtonian playbook of global military domination would not allow Trump to act like an ‘outsider’. Continue reading Tomahawks, Superbombs, Strike Groups: Is Pax Americana Really Dead?
Militancy in Bangladesh and the state’s response to it are both rapidly evolving. Operation Twilight is a testimony. Continue reading Operation Twilight: A Turning Point for Bangladesh
Does India have a deep-seated inclination towards vigilante justice? Continue reading ‘Another Law’: The Penchant for Extrajudicial Justice
BJP’s election strategy for Manipur was bespoke and hawkishly tactical. Continue reading Manipur Elections 2017: A Turning Point
A Case for Women’s Day. Continue reading Women’s Day: Here Stays the Resistance
Spring is here for the resistance scene in the city. Continue reading Delhi University & the ‘New Resistance’