Washington DC might not have been involved in the recent failed raid in Venezuela. But the US does have a long history of poking other countries using hired boots.
In 1987, as Meerut burnt in sectarian fires, the Uttar Pradesh Provincial Armed Constabulary (PAC) murdered dozens of Muslims in cold blood in two separate incidents.
In the Bengali-majority region of southern Assam, the CAA found widespread acceptance. Behind this, is a continuous struggle to locate a stable identity.
Gender stereotypes about tough men often come in the way of effectively treating complex cases of post-war trauma amongst servicemen.
India's colonial past holds stark lessons, or anti-lessons, in pandemic management for the current government.
Erecting fences around the open field of history is a dominant feature of Assamese ethnonationalism.
The fate of Dai Vet and Dali kingdoms could hold a lesson in inclusive statecraft for Myanmar's political decision-makers and peacebuilders.
Emperor Hadrian's association with Julia Balbilla produced some fair bit of astrology in ancient Rome.
Prejudice against Asians has been a staple feature of North American society since the first Chinese workers arrived in the mid-19th century.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Rwandan genocide and the 10th year since the Tamil genocide in Sri Lanka. The world knows what happened in Rwanda. What about Sri Lanka?