Aseem Prakash is Professor of Political Science, Walker Family Professor for the College of Arts and Sciences and the Founding Director, Center for Environmental Politics, University of Washington, Seattle.
Published in: openGlobalRights-openpageInternational organizations and the crisis of legitimacy
When international organizations face legitimacy problems, they need to address governance issues, conflicts of...
Published in: openGlobalRights-openpageWhat drives the crackdown on NGOs, and how can it be stopped?
Foreign aid is always political, and elevates the risk of a government crackdown on NGOs. A contribution to the...
Published in: democraciaAbierta¿Qué impulsa la campaña de represión contra las ONG y cómo ponerle fin?
La ayuda extranjera siempre es política, y eleva el riesgo de que los gobiernos tomen medidas represivas contra las...
Published in: HomeUnanticipated consequences: Polio and the hunt for Bin Laden
We need to subject intelligence gathering to similar rules that regulate the conduct of war regarding medics and Red...
Published in: openIndiaWill the US ‘lose’ India? The Khobragade human rights puzzle
When the US attorney seeks to glow with a human rights halo, this is met with an angry groan in India.
Published in: HomeIndian elections: democracy reaffirmed?
The election results which have just come in have been stunning. BJP won thumping majorities in Madhya Pradesh...