• Senator Bob Casey Honored, Richard Verma speaks at South Asia Journal Inaugural Dinner

    Senator Bob Casey Honored, Richard Verma speaks at South Asia Journal Inaugural Dinner0

    Wednesday April 24th, WASHINGTON, D.C.  buy generic propecia online A DIVERSE coterie of journalists, academics, and policy professionals, including two Congressmen, two current Ambassadors, three former United States Ambassadors, and one US Senator, convened at the Willard Intercontinental Hotel in Washington D.C., to celebrate the first inaugural dinner of the South Asia Journal.  The Publisher

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  • Observations from India’s Crisis

    Observations from India’s Crisis0

    The Disaster of Water Sanitation In 2012, for the first time in the history of India, the country has seen nationwide public protests against improper waste management – from the northernmost state Jammu and Kashmir to the southernmost Tamil Nadu. A fight for the right to a clean environment and for environmental justice led the

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  • Bewildered by Bangladesh

    Bewildered by Bangladesh0

    I began hearing grumbling last February from Bangladeshi friends complaining that the world’s news media were ignoring a game changing event in Bangladesh. “Why then when the Shahbagh story is unfolding before the world’s eyes,” wrote one young Bangladeshi blogger, “[is] the international media looking away?” Bangladeshis by the hundreds of thousands, including many young

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  • The Unspoken War: Breaking the Silence on Violence Against Women

    The Unspoken War: Breaking the Silence on Violence Against Women0

    “Physical force is the means of war and to impose our will on the enemy is its object. To secure that object we must render the enemy powerless, and that, in theory is the true aim of warfare.” free credit report and score On War, Carl von Clausewitz Violence against women is seldom referred to

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  • Highway Networks and Asian Politics

    Highway Networks and Asian Politics0

    As a vibrant and resurgent Asia improves trade with the outside world, a plethora of multi-modal connectivity projects has underscored the urgency of land and sea infrastructure creation in the region. From an Indian and South East Asian perspective, the key connectivity project is the 3200 kms trilateral highway connecting India, Myanmar and Thailand. The

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  • Wilderness of Voices: Freedom of Expression in India

    Wilderness of Voices: Freedom of Expression in India0

    For several decades, India has been a spectacle as the world’s largest democracy. That it has achieved this epithet is the result of the country’s overwhelming population—at a staggering 1.2 billion, it is second only to China—and the existence of democracy’s basic tenets in the country’s system of universal adult suffrage, elections and its Constitution.

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