This article talks about the impact of President Trumps time in office on the legal structure of USA. It shall delve into issues of the elected of Supreme Court judges, political polarisation, the extent of its impact on the legal framework that governs the country and its repercussions on future laws and what this might mean for USA as the torchbearer for human rights and progressive thought in the world.
This article seeks to analyze the impact of the US military bases focusing on Okinawa, Japan as a form of neocolonialism by foreign troops, including the gendered impact on women as a subset of such colonialism.
What is all the fuss about the government’s attempt to ban cryptocurrencies? What shall be the implications if the government is successful in doing so? Does it mean that India will be a devoid of a digital currency while the rest of the world adapts itself to all technological developments? Let’s see.
In this article, Vanshika Shah reviews the book Populism: A Very Short Introduction written by Cas Mudde and Cristóbal Rovira Kaltwasser.
This article talks about how BCCI became the richest cricketing board in the world and assesses how the board earns its money and what factors helped it in becoming the economic giant that we know today.
Hydroelectric projects have burgeoned in the Himalayas, in the name of economic growth and development. The eco-sensitive region is no stranger to environmental degradation, which is being exacerbated as a result of extensive damming. Instead of directly improving the regional economy, these projects are hampering the lives and livelihoods of the locals.
Gender is a complicated and widely debated subject. This article explores what construes gender, its stability, its role in feminism and the seemingly normal distinctions that can be potential forms of gender normativity.
The growth slow down in India which became acute with the global pandemic required counter cyclical policy response by the government. The RBI’s Monetary policy of low interest rate and high liquidity in the market did not help the recovery to the degree required as the banks’ balance sheets came under stress. The use of fiscal policy, more accurately, expansionary government spending is thought to be the path ahead. However, straying from the path of fiscal consolidation may create inflationary pressure and increase India’s vulnerability in the global market.
Delhi has India’s highest concentration of queer-friendly establishments. The capital city of India boasts of LGBTQ+ bars, cafes, travel agencies, spas, and guest homes. This article analyses what these commodified spaces might mean for the queer community.
As coronavirus vaccines are being rolled out across the world there are glaring levels of inequity as to which countries are getting what amount of vaccines. This article analyses how the rich countries are taking advantage of the system to corner a disproportionate share of the vaccine for themselves.
In this edition of Awaaz In Focus, we talk to Professor (Dr.) Samrat Sinha about navigating through the conflicts inflicted upon the tribal societies and ways to strategize peace-building and nation-building efforts in areas of conflict.
In this introductory piece, the concept of a ‘tribe’ is introduced, and the state of the tribal community in India is discussed, especially with respect to the way the term ‘development’ is understood.