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A Devil's Pact

Outsourcing in Exchange for Farmer's Lives

Gujarat Butcher Modi (Not) in the US

The U.S. slams its doors in the face of one of the architects of the 2002 Gujarat pogroms—and activists from the South Asian diaspora helped set the stage. Sapna Gupta outlines the strategies and victories of the Campaign Against Genocide.

Freedom of Speechlessness

An art student is arrested for paintings considered anti-Hindu, raising concerns that the freedom of speech is being replaced by the communalization of censorship.

Who's Afraid of Uncle Sam?

Pakistan and the Question of Recognizing Israel

The Case Against Unjust Laws and Social Customs in Pakistan

Mukhtar Mai was gang-raped on orders of a tribal court and then paraded naked in town. Rather than suffering in silence, she’s taking her rapists to court, challenging Pakistan’s laws, patriarchal norms, cultural practices and social taboos.

The World Bank on Trial

The People's Tribunal is a shrewd political strategy, but most profoundly it is a direct assault on the World Bank's monopoly on knowledge.

From Kabul to Kanda

Afghan Refugees Struggle for Justice in Japan

Women at the Center: War and Peace in Nepal

Women's voices must emerge as a voice of sustainable peace and the vision for the future of Nepal. From combatants to those left to rebuild the social structures at the war's end, women's roles are transforming in the country.

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