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    Pak PM Sharif Delays Launch of Flood Relief Dashboard

    The launch of the dashboard has been deferred to next Thursday when the prime minister is scheduled to meet with representatives of friendly countries...

    UN Bans NGOs During High-Level Meetings of World Leaders— Triggering Strong Protests

    It is a lost opportunity for the UN and state diplomatic delegations to interact freely with civil society representatives who bring with them a...

    Eight International Development Priorities for the New UK Prime Minister

    While the FCDO’s long-awaited International Development Strategy was published in May, the vision it set out broadly failed to meet the scale of the global challenges...

    Public Data of Private People: Issues of Data, Access and Privacy

    The line between providing government services like Google predicts your next possible search comes at a huge trade-off. Clearly, the line between a techno-utopia...

    Colombo’s Controversial New President

    Ranil Wickremasinghe’s appointment is controversial. He was once considered a highly credible presidential candidate. Yet most Sri Lankans believe he now lacks legitimacy to...

    Unprecedented Threats Against “Right to Protest” on the Rise World-wide

    Protesters across the globe are facing a potent mix of pushbacks, with a growing number of laws and other measures to restrict the right...

    Governments Recommended Unsafe EdTech Products During Pandemic

    Online learning or EdTech products endorsed by many governments across the world enabled surveillance of children. The products monitored or had the capacity to...

    Ranil Wickremesinghe’s House Burnt Down By Sri Lankan Protesters

    Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremsinghe’s private residence in Central Colombo has been set on fire by protesters demanding his government. Angry protesters have set...
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    Five Decades On, Bangladesh Debates If Its Constitution Retains the Spirit of Liberation War

    Eminent citizens from all walks of life feel that successive constitutional amendments have been made for political, personal gains...

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