• Cyberspace as A Global Commons0

    by Devansh Kaushik     3 February 2021 “Governments of the Industrial World, you weary giants of flesh and steel, I come from Cyberspace, the new home of Mind. On behalf of the future, I ask you of the past to leave us alone. You are not welcome among us. You have no sovereignty where we

  • Pakistan: Shrine of Lal Shahbaz Qalandar – a symbol of peace and tolerance under threat0

    by Saeed Ahmed    3 February 2021 Sufism has a long history in South Asia. There are thousands of Sufi shrines across South Asia. Several shrines are unexplored or known to people. But some of them are very popular or famous in the South Asian region. Lal Shahbaz Qalandar’s Shrine is one of the very

  • Deconstructing the Narrative of ‘Leftover Women’ in China: amid CPC’s 100th year0

                         by Zahoor Ahmad Dar, Raja Babu, and Shital Baraily   3 February 2021  Introduction  The intellectual history of International Relations (IR) has conventionally circumnavigated around great power politics. The histories and memories of the domestic politics, economic and social issues transpiring within a state have been

  • Sri Lanka: Disabusing the Past0

    N. Sathiya Moorthy  2 February 2021 In a departure from the past, the Rajapaksa leadership has kept its options yet open on the UNHRC resolution that would be taken up for vote in the upcoming session, commencing this month and going past mid-next. Going by Media interviews of Foreign Secretary, Jayanath Colombage, the Government will

  • WhatsApp dilemma: Hoax or Genuine privacy concern0

    by Vibhushinie Bentotahewa, Dr. Jason Williams, and Dr. Chaminda Hewage 31 January 2021 WhatsApp hit the headlines with the launch of its new terms and conditions, a policy agreement that the users must accept if they wished to continue using the app after the 8 February 2021 deadline. The instant user reaction has been one

  • Data Localization and WTO Obligations: The Indian Illusion of the Transfer of Data0

      by Anirudh Tyagi         31 January 2021 The Data Protection Bill, 2019 (DPB, 2019), which presently is undergoing a scrutinized reading from the joint parliamentary committee, is the first law in India that vows to protect and guard citizens’ data. In pursuit of the same, the bill provides for the data localization

  • Wider Meanings of Indian Farmers Movements to Reclaim the Republic and Beyond0

      by Bhabani Shankar Nayak        31 January 20121 In the darkness of nights, the Hindutva fascists and their trained henchmen are trying to attack farmers’ protests and provoke violence with police help. The objective of the BJP government is to discredit the peaceful and democratic movements of the Indian farmers. All slanderous


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