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The Mass Rape of Poshpura & Transitional Justice Possibilities in Indian Kashmir

on Praxis

by Audrey C. Schmelzer

2 hours, 12 minutes ago

The Mass Rape of Poshpura & Transitional Justice Possibilities in Indian Kashmir By Lark Escobar Abstract This paper explores the allegations of the 1991 mass rape at Posh Pura, in Indian Kashmir and […]

The Chef’s Special Dough

on Tomorrow's Earth Stewards

by Eva Heaps

7 hours, 24 minutes ago

By W. George Scarlett Image by Marko Kafé, CC BY-SA 4.0, via Wikimedia Commons I have sometimes wondered how came the stars, Not to mention the moon and Mars. Are they someone’s leftover Christmas tr […]

Why bridging the gap is hard

on Russia and Eurasia Program

by Alex Avaneszadeh

11 hours, 55 minutes ago

By Daniel W. Drezner, Professor of International Politics at the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at Tufts University Discerning readers are no doubt aware that the crisis between Russia, Ukraine, […]

Exit, Voice and Loyalty

on Civic Theory and Practice

by Peter Levine

13 hours, 33 minutes ago

In Exit, Voice and Loyalty (1970), Albert O. Hirschman argues that people who are dissatisfied with groups of all kinds have two basic choices: Exit: Leaving the group. Then they do not have to put up with it […]

Assessing SPUD (Scale, Pluralism, Unity, Depth)

on Civic Theory and Practice

by Peter Levine

13 hours, 53 minutes ago

Background Whether you’re building a social movement, organization, network, or media platform, you should strive for SPUD: Scale: You need a lot of people, at least relative to the size of the c […]