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Romance Scammers Find a New Way To Prey on Indian Women

Romance Scammers Find a New Way To Prey on Indian Women

An ever-growing number of romance and matrimonial scams in India prey on the rising aspirations of women. Fraudsters capitalize on women’s demand for agency in intimate relationships.

How the War in Gaza is Shaping the 2024 Elections — And the Future of the Democratic Party

How the War in Gaza is Shaping the 2024 Elections — And the Future of the Democratic Party

Midwestern states have become a proving ground for the Democratic Party. In cities and smaller towns in Wisconsin, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Ohio, a growing Palestinian rights movement is pushing Democratic candidates to challenge their party’s position on Israel, and the movement’s successes are inspiring activists elsewhere in the country.

Why Baloch Women in Pakistan Led an Unprecedented March

Why Baloch Women in Pakistan Led an Unprecedented March

The recent protest march, led by women, against enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings in Balochistan province in Pakistan was unprecedented, not only in its size but also because it is rare for Baloch grievances to gain national limelight.

In Saudi Arabia, Ancient Desert Walls Are Rewriting the Stone Age

In Saudi Arabia, Ancient Desert Walls Are Rewriting the Stone Age

Humans in Stone Age Arabia left monumental structures behind to honor their deities and their dead, along with abundant rock art. The extent and regularity of their art and architectural styles show that this was no isolated society, but a shared culture that spanned an improbable 116,000 square miles, unheard of in any other archaeological site of the same period, and long before any of the societies that gave rise to the Abrahamic faiths. Result after result from the Saudi deserts is transforming how we think about our prehistoric ancestors.

Bosnia’s Dark Past and Murky Present, and a Vision for the Future — With Jasmin Mujanović

Bosnia’s Dark Past and Murky Present, and a Vision for the Future — With Jasmin Mujanović

Faisal Al Yafai sits down with Jasmin Mujanović for a discussion on nationhood after genocide in Bosnia and Herzegovina, its current political challenges, and Mujanović’s argument for a liberal democratic future in Bosnia. Mujanović dissects his new book, “The Bosniaks, Nationhood After Genocide,” which explores the evolution of Bosniak identity after the Bosnian War, and why the country’s postwar settlement needs to change.