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04.12.2023 | Climate change | News
The plastic paradox: pollution, caste and livelihoods
New Delhi, home to over 20 million people, took a major step towards climate mitigation when it banned all forms of single-use plastics in 2017. A few years later, the whole nation of India…  
26.11.2023 | Cross-cutting regional issues, Climate change | News
Capturing sustainability: how the guardians of the forest define it
Rural communities, suburban and urban areas are what make a city a city. But imagine if all rural communities, and the aforementioned urban areas are becoming more environmentally sustainable, the…  
22.11.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | Publication
Pakistan's geoeconomic pivot: Strategies, opportunities, and challenges
The report explores the concept of geoeconomics in Pakistan’s context, the broadening of the definition of national security, and connectivity and development partnerships, that underpin the idea of…  
21.11.2023 | Climate change | News
Climate's cruel toll: The agonizing quest for coastal food and livelihood security
Their lives have never been the same after the salinity intrusion. The photo series part two reveals enormous impact of climate change on coastal people in Bangladesh. Some have to change their…  
21.11.2023 | Cross-cutting regional issues, #FeministAsia, Gender Justice | News
FES Human Rights Award 2023
The Afghan human rights activist Shaharzad Akbar has been advocating for an inclusive and democratic future for Afghanistan since her youth. Born in northern Afghanistan in 1987, her childhood was…  
13.11.2023 | Climate change, Gender Justice | News
Climate change's devastating toll: Salinity's impact on coastal women's health in Bangladesh
With fresh water increasingly scarce in the coastal areas of Bangladesh, women and girls must wash their menstrual cloths and other sanitary items in dirty and salty water. This photo series part one…  
10.11.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
The rekindled appetite for an Asian Monetary Fund: A China perspective
The renewed interest in an Asian Monetary Fund is a continuation of existing regional currency cooperation since the 1997 Asian financial crisis. Rising geopolitical tensions, supply chain…  
10.11.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Nepal in the Geopolitics of Asia: Four Scenarios and Policy Options
Nepal is wedged between two powers: China and India. As great power rivalry spills over in the region, Nepal finds itself increasingly constrained. Prominent experts and thought leaders from across…  
08.11.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
Pakistan’s geoeconomic pivot: strategies, opportunities, and challenges
Pakistan's National Security Policy addresses the country’s particular geopolitical situation, including a new geo-economic focus. It offers a fresh approach to the national security framework of one…  
a graphic image showing an Asian man with glasses and texts that say Asian Monetary Fund and Malaysia
20.10.2023 | New Geopolitics of Asia | News
The rekindled appetite for an Asian Monetary Fund: A Malaysia perspective
The idea to set up an Asian Monetary Fund (AMF) has been revived after 30 years by Malaysian Prime Minister Anwar Ibrahim amid increasing worries about overreliance on the US dollar in the region.…  
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