Rashmee Roshan Lall
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Melania Trump's Africa wardrobe evoked a brutal history of colonialism
While many countries are beginning to make amends for their forced occupation of other nations, the first lady chose to wear a symbol of violent oppression
October 9, 2018
From Washington to Bollywood, women are being heard − but are they being listened to?
For this unprecedented moment to really matter, concrete changes must be made all over the world
October 2, 2018
Behind India and Pakistan's sabre-rattling lies a chance for change
Can enduring animosities between both nations be put aside in the interest of prosperity?
September 25, 2018
We should all be worried by the derailing of political norms
The undermining of institutions and the lack of separation of powers is of grave danger to societies around the world
September 18, 2018
Now we need to understand what the Swedish election results really mean
Sweden has not become unrecognisable but does continue a distinctly European narrative, as told via the ballot box over the past two years
September 11, 2018
Censorship of the web is already a worldwide norm, not the exception
Different governments identify different targets at different times and for different reasons
September 4, 2018
With stalemate on talks on the future of Afghanistan, who will steer a way forward?
Despite the killing of ISIS chief in Afghanistan and a brief ceasefire with the Taliban, gains on the ground have been dismal
August 28, 2018
Kerala's floods are a sombre reminder of the need to adapt rapidly in response to a disaster
The way forward has to be recognition of the cost of rare, unpredictable events and for better development to mitigate their possible consequences, writes Rashmee Roshan Lall
August 21, 2018
India at 71: the end of a chapter of Naipaul's post-colonial melancholy
Much of India is prone to trumpet its current incarnation as an economic giant, a superpower-in-waiting and an ancient civilisation with a modernising focus, writes Rashmee Roshan Lall
August 14, 2018
Will a new dawn for Pakistan mean a shift in relations with India?
Imran Khan is undoubtedly a new sort of South Asian leader but so far, it’s unclear whether he will invest anything other than rhetoric in initiatives for peace with neighbouring India, writes Rashmee Roshan Lall
August 7, 2018