politics (general)

India’s dominance in cricket has made the IPL and upcoming World Cup central to the sport. However, as cricket grows, so does potential political interference.

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India’s politicians recognise the growing influence of women at the ballot box but their schemes to win their votes come with risks.

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The National Education Policy provides the BJP and RSS ample scope to reshape the institutional architecture of education.

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Deep historical and economic ties fuel India-Malaysia cooperation as they navigate the evolving Indo-Pacific landscape.

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Cinematic fiction has become the convenient way of ‘correcting’ historical frictions, especially where facts are inconvenient

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A revised code of ethics overseen by the government rightly raises concerns about press freedom in Malaysia. There is an alternative solution.

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Freedom of the press, a cornerstone of democracy, is under attack around the world, just when we need it more than ever.

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News outlets relied for so long on advertising to sustain them, they could never recover once it went elsewhere.

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Chinese cash is reaping political rewards ahead of the Solomon Islands election as the West fails to walk the talk in its Pacific step-up.

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Solomon Islands host crucial elections watched from Beijing to Washington, but only China is putting its money where its mouth is in the region and it’s working

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Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare could retain power on April 17, but who stands in his way of making history?

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