The Afghan Crisis Demands Increased Efforts Articles Asia

The Afghan Crisis Demands Increased Efforts

After six months of the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, which started to emerge in August last year, Afghans continue to suffer from the cold winters, shortages of shelters, food, basic…

The Russell Tribunal on Kashmir: The Public Diplomacy Behind Internationalising Abuses and State Terror Articles Asia Politics & Governance

The Russell Tribunal on Kashmir: The Public Diplomacy Behind Internationalising Abuses and State Terror

Held on the 17th-18th of December 2021 in Sarajevo, the Russell Tribunal evidenced the effectiveness of the Kashmiri diasporas’ public diplomacy in internationalising the human rights abuses in Indian-administered Kashmir…

Lieutenant General Nigar Jphar: A “Gender Counterstereotypical role model” for Pakistani women. Articles Asia

Beginning of Nigar Era: Equal Role for Women in Pakistan Army

In a historic moment for Pakistan, Lieutenant General Nigar Johar became the first female colonel commandant of the Army Medical Corps (AMC). As portrayed in the recent telefilm about her…

Afghan Women, US Withdrawal, Afghanistan Articles Asia

The Afghan Women: Parallels Between the US and the Taliban Regimes

The role and position of women in the Afghan society have swayed between attempts to modernization and then extreme conservatism over the past several decades.  From the time of the…

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