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A treacherous occupation

Pakistan is the deadliest country to be a journalist, as Manzoor Ali knows only too well.

Filed in: Media Pakistan Terrorism

Garbage blues

Urvashi Butalia visits a friend in Tokyo who is besieged by Japan’s punitive new recycling legislation. Back in Delhi she wonders if the Indian approach to rubbish is any better.

Filed in: India

Israel: time to divest

Nobel Peace Prizewinner Archbishop Desmond Tutu argues that it is time for us to treat Israel as we once treated apartheid South Africa.

Filed in: Israel

An Indian by any other name

Is an Indian living in the US worth more than one living in the Gulf or, horror of horrors, Pakistan? Urvashi Butalia and the fundamentalist Indian Government are at odds.

Filed in: India

Nigeria’s sharia furore

Nigeria’s sharia furore explained by Ike Oguine.

Filed in: Nigeria

(S)word play

Urvashi Butalia reflects on how language is distorted and transmuted in war.

Filed in: India

Cuba Hurts

Cuba hurts - and so does Eduardo Galeano, following the spate of executions and arrests in Havana.

Filed in: Cuba

The Perfect Wife

mail-order Russian brides are all the rage in Beirut, according to Reem Haddad.

Filed in: Lebanon

How much fraud is too much fraud?

Elections in Africa can be fraught and fraudulent – but are still better than the alternative, says Ike Oguine.

Hot and bothered

Urvashi Butalia on how Indians, rich and poor, cope with the crushing summer heat.

Filed in: India

Small arms, big trouble

Why did scrap metal in a Delhi junkyard start exploding, killing some workers? Urvashi Butalia investigates the mystery and finds the world’s wars are affecting lives far removed from the battleground.

Filed in: India War and Peace

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