How to read ethically

This article explores the following questions with respect to the ongoing discourse around cancel culture especially the JK Rowling incident– how do you reconcile the tension that ethical consumption has with censorship? Perhaps even more urgently, what do we mean by ethical consumption and what does it exactly do to us?

Case study of the Genocide Convention amongst Nagorno-Karabakh

This article will focus on the recent Russian-brokered ceasefire between Armenia and Azerbaijan 27th September 2020 – 20th November 2020 which halted fighting over the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh territory where long-standing hostilities re-erupted on Sept. 27. It will also highlight the claims of Genocide between the two nations and briefly analyse if India is abiding by the treaty of Genocide Convention of 1948.

The US Bidin’ its Time on the Trans-Pacific Partnership

This article looks closely at the TPP and provides an insight into its economic and strategic importance to the US. It analyses the deal in some detail, offering a succinct commentary on the overarching effect this can have in determining the result of the ongoing US-China power tussle. It also connects it to the contemporary developments in the region thus, making the analyses more robust.

Evaluating the impact of the IBC (2016) on Corporate Governance & the Economy

Bad loans and non-performing assets (NPAs) are increasingly becoming a major problem for the banking sector of India. The Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code of 2016 was implemented by the RBI to help banks cope with the losses of these NPAs. Let us take a look at the full picture and understand why this reactionary policy by the RBI is not sufficient to deal with the underlying problem of poor allocation of capital by banks and even poses threats to the ease-of-business in the country.

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