• Bangladesh: UK Labour Party’s Awami League problem0

    How the Awami League helped Tulip Siddiq MP win the last UK election.   David Bergman January 11, 2021 Tulip Siddiq, Labour MP for Hampstead and Kilburn, speaks at a rally. In the last three general elections, particularly the most recent one in December 2019, the UK Awami League have provided significant campaigning support and

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  • Not less than death-dealing: Myanmar’s toxic jade trade0

    by Shailee Mishra and Akanksh Deekonda     10 January 2021 Introduction: Nature is the most beautiful thing that God has ever created. It runs on the ecological balance to maintain its integrity and sustainability. Through time, development, resources, and technology, the activities of humans have constantly depleted Nature and have resulted in today what we

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  • BETWEEN INDIA AND NEPAL: THE COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF SOCIO-ECONOMIC RIGHTS REGIME ACROSS BOTH THE COUNTRIES 0

    Prime Minister of Nepal, Mohan Shamsher Jang Bahadur Rana and Indian Ambassador to Nepal, Chandeshwar Prasad Narayan Singh signing the treaty, 31 July 1950.   by Viraaj Gaur and Laabhesh Thapa        10 January 2021 After long deliberation, the new constitution of Nepal was promulgated on 20th September 2015. The emphasis on drafting

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  • Sri Lanka: Wanted-A Credible Ally for the West0

    by N Sathiya Moorthy   January 2021 Going by Media reports and related analyses and speculation, western sponsors of  the UNHRC resolution on war crimes probe and reconciliation at the UNHRC in March, is there someone who is in Sri Lanka that could convincingly carry the weight of their masses, to target the Sri Lankan State,

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  • India: Manufactured Images and Modi! 0

    by Nilofar Suhrawardy    9 January 2021 Of late, Prime Minister Narendra Modi isn’t giving much importance to political rhetoric he played upon, not too long ago, that is his “56-inch” chest. Clearly, he is well aware that this may not help turn the political tide in his party’s favor in forthcoming assembly elections. There

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  • Last chapter of an enfeebled democracy?0

    by William Milam   January 8, 2021 I began writing this on Tuesday, the day that the two runoff elections for the two senate seats in Georgia were being held, and a day before President Trump’s latest, and probably final, assault on our democracy takes place. On Wednesday, Trump’s disciples in Congress will challenge the already-certified

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  • Normalisation of “Hindutva Shock Therapy” for the Consolidation of Capitalism in India0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak   8 January 2021 The rise of neoliberal marginalisation combined with social and economic marginalisation under a Brahminical structure and its caste-based hierarchical social order has laid the foundation for ‘Hindutva’ political, social, cultural, and economic projects. The resurgence of neoliberalism from the 1980s led to the acceleration of further marginalisation

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