Afghan women are justified in feeling abandoned.
Cultural festivals seem a likely next target.
Facebook’s wider policies work in favour of deniers.
Tech platforms face the challenge of being neutral and transparent.
Pakistan has kept quiet on the Uighur crackdown.
Our rage should be a constant feature of our public discourse.
Post-pandemic education initiatives must be responsive.
Pakistan is a prime candidate for a BLM movement of its own.
There are sad reminders of how deeply rooted misogyny is.
The stage may be set for a US-vs-China order.
State efforts to stifle dissent was a key trend of 2019.
Censoring the news during a pandemic can be fatal.
Britain’s leadership remains ambivalent.
Democracy is particularly vulnerable to the virus.
Why was the onus on the marchers to change their slogans?
Clear definitions help countries identify extremists.
There are broader dynamics within the Muslim world that minimise the likelihood of a joint voice on Kashmir.
The country's healthcare system is too fragmented to deliver a coordinated response to an outbreak.
Spurring innovation while stifling thought leads nowhere.
Karachi is the dystopia that other world cities will want to avoid.