S2022 E119 - The rise and rise of halal consumerism in Indonesia
S2022 E118 - What a Taliban theocracy means for Afghanistan
S2022 E117 - How can Sri Lanka continue to hedge between India and China?
Sri Lanka recently found itself caught in a diplomatic tussle between China and India over the planned visit of Chinese naval vessel the Yuan Wang 5, to the port of Hambantota. India opposed the visit because it considers the vess...
S2022 E116 - What will it take to end the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan?
After the Taliban wrested power from Afghanistan’s democratically-elected government in August 2021, almost overnight, life for millions of Afghans changed radically and possibly irrevocably. Notably, the rights of women and girls...
S2022 E115 - The human cost of South Korea’s era of transnational adoption
Since the 1950s but peaking in the 1980s, an estimated 200,000 South Korean babies and children have been adopted into mainly white families in western nations, leaving a trail of fractured identities. Why did the South Korean gov...