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"The advent of the Commoners’ Party represents a more exciting, radical break with the status quo [than the Future Forward Party]—one that has so far kept class privilege of the likes of Juangroongruangkit intact," writes Kriangsak Teerakowitkajorn.
New Mandala will be home to a South Asia guest section in the lead up to India's general elections.
In India's Sundarbans, climate change is fundamentally transforming the everyday lives of women living in remote chars, or river islands.
A lasting, cleaner India depends on undermining the enduring belief that removal of tainted things is the responsibility of people who are born to the task.
The majoritarian first-past-the-post system has had its day. It’s time to think about bold options for reform.
The young rappers who shot to national attention when they released Prathet Ku Mi honed their skills in a vibrant Thai indie rap scene that has been growing bigger in recent years—and growing more political, too.
The international community needs to take seriously the scepticism of many Cambodians about its intentions.
Can the new climate change ministry navigate the complex politics of competing interests when tackling the threats of extreme weather? Or is an independent commission answerable to Parliament needed to hold the government to account?