Rashmee Roshan Lall writes on international affairs. She has lived and worked in eight countries in the past decade, including Afghanistan, Haiti and Tunisia, has a PhD, blogs at www.rashmee.com and is on Twitter @rashmeerl
Back to black: What Afghanistan’s new focus on coal tells us
Taliban-ruled Afghanistan’s new golden age of coal reveals a country that is going back to old-fashioned ways
Published in: Home: OpinionUnited in intolerance, India and Pakistan are more alike than ever
Religious intolerance and ultra-nationalism bring India and Pakistan together on their 75th birthday
Published in: Home: ExplainerWhat’s happening in Myanmar?
Activists fear a ‘killing spree’ after the military junta carried out the country’s first executions in decades
Published in: Home: AnalysisSri Lanka: why the Philippines offers a warning for what might come next
Could the disgraced Rajapaksas return to power, like the Marcos family has in the Philippines?
Sri Lanka’s protesters are demanding change. Here’s why
Sri Lanka’s president Gotabaya Rajapaksa has fled the country after weeks of protests. Now Sri Lankans want action – and fast
Voices from Vanuatu: life on the climate crisis frontline
South Pacific country is one of the most at risk from climate change, and is fighting for climate justice