Rape and Reform: India’s Changing Attitudes
It has been just over a year since the Delhi rape case in which a female student was raped and died from her injuries. In its wake, massive protests and a media campaign ensured the perpetrators were sent to trial with amendments also consequently being made to Indian criminal law. However, in spite of welcome reforms and shifting attitudes toward rape, the handling and prosecution of such crimes within the Indian judicial system and police force remains slow and cumbersome.
Racial Discrimination and Northeast Indian Women: The Pandemic Experience
Abstract The case of women from Northeast India stands out as emblematic of the challenging state of minority affairs throughout the country. Substantiated examples of racial discrimination have been reported […]
Russia and the CIS in 2019: Relying on the Chinese Way
ABSTRACT The paper examines the relationship between Russia and the other members of the Commonwealth of Independent States, including how Moscow’s responses to changing geopolitical dynamics framed these relations in […]