South Asia Archive

Claire Naylor, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Women LEAD Nepal.
37(2) Winter 2016, Education, Human Rights, Interviews, South Asia

Women LEAD Nepal: An Interview with Director Claire Naylor on Empowering Young Women

Claire Naylor is the co-founder and executive director of Women LEAD Nepal. Naylor grew up in Nepal, and her experiences observing the lives of...
Indian cartoonists at the Press Club of India in New Delhi voice solidarity after the Charlie Hebdo attacks. Photo accessed via Wikimedia Commons, CC-BY-SA-4.0.
Blog, Politics, South Asia

The Hypocrisy of Democracy: Press Freedom in India

According to the Committee to Protect Journalists, nearly 30 journalists have been murdered for their work in the last two decades in India. Dharmendra...
Carter Roberts, President and CEO of WWF. Photo by Kent Dayton.
37(4) Summer 2016, Americas, Asia, Environment, Interviews, South America, South Asia

The World Wildlife Fund: Innovative Private Sector Partnerships and the Road Ahead: An Interview with Carter Roberts

Carter Roberts is President and CEO of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in the United States, a position he has held for the past...
Dambisa Moyo is an international economist and NY Times bestselling author who hails from Zambia. Photo by davidgrundy, via Wikimedia Commons. CC BY-SA 3.0.
Americas, Asia, East Asia, Economics, Environment, Interviews, North America, Politics, Science & Technology, South Asia

A Look at Global Economic Growth: An Interview with Dambisa Moyo

Given your experience, what do you think is the appropriate role of intergovernmental institutions in international economic development? First of all, thank you for...
37(1) Fall 2015, Africa, Caribbean, Central America, Economics, Health, Human Rights, Interviews, Middle East, South America, South Asia, Southeast Asia

The MDGs’ Fight to Combat Malaria: Reflections of Special Envoy Ray Chambers

Since your appointment as special envoy for Malaria, over US$4 billion has been raised to combat the disease. To what do you attribute that...
London, 11th July 2012. Melinda Gates  speaking at the opening of the London Summit on Family Planning
36(4) Summer 2015, Africa, Asia, Health, Human Rights, Interviews, Politics, South Asia, West Africa

Contraceptives on the Global Agenda: Melinda Gates

The Harvard International Review sat down with Melinda Gates to discuss her work in making contraception and family planning available in underdeveloped countries through...
Two photos taken in the same location in Beijing in August 2005. The photograph on the left was taken after it had rained for two days. The right photograph shows smog covering Beijing in what would otherwise be a sunny day. CC BY-SA 2.5, via Wikimedia Commons.
Americas, Asia, East Asia, Economics, Environment, Interviews, North America, Politics, South Asia

Development or Environmental Protection?: The 21st Century Climate Dilemma

Considering your expertise in both United States foreign policy and climate change, what do you see as the the greatest challenges for the US...
36(3) Spring 2015, Americas, Asia, East Asia, Economics, Environment, Europe, Features, North America, Politics, Security, South Asia, Western Europe

Some BRICS in the Arctic – Developing Powers Look North

In an age of rising powers, there remain few purely regional affairs. With ascendant powers eager to assert their growing influence overseas, many national...
Analysis, Asia, Environment, Global Notebook, Health, Human Rights, South Asia

The Sterilized and Subjugated: Population Control and The Plight of Indian Women

Surgeries are hastily performed in a dirty, abandoned hospital as engrossed doctors and medical workers scurry with their unhygienic surgical instruments, barely taking the...