The Russian chapter in US feminism reminds us that women’s struggles to balance motherhood, domestic duties and meaningful work and their hopes for building a more just society, have a long and richly textured history.
Uzbekistan goes to the polls on Sunday to elect a successor to the late Islam Karimov, but the result is foregone.
Nearly three years since the Maidan revolution, Ukraine’s economic collapse, rampant corruption and the behind-the-scenes oligarchical rule remain unchanged. The revolution’s main goal – to integrate with the West – still seems a distant prospect.
The medals tally shows that countries that do well in the Olympics have also done excellent work in the field of science and technology. What can India learn from this?
Understanding the rise and fall of development politics and long-term structural challenges in Afghanistan will provide an outline of how India can wield influence in a multipolar Central Asia.
Imperialism Past and Present challenges several existing notions about empires, colonists and imperialists, making it an interesting read.