Rashmee Roshan Lall Rashmee Roshan Lall
Total 83 Posts
  • London, UK & Tunis, Tunisia.
Journalist by trade & inclination. World affairs columnist.

A Northern Ireland photo powerfully represents a hazy concept: Peace

4 min read
Michelle O’Neill and Emma Little-Pengelly, political rivals in Northern Ireland, exemplify unity for a shared political goal despite ideological differences. Their collaboration marks a positive step towards peace and cooperation.

The Palestinians won’t cease to exist just cause they don’t have a refugee agency

3 min read
Several Western donor countries have suspended funding to the UN agency for Palestinian refugees based on Israeli accusations of staff involvement in Hamas attacks, impacting millions of Palestinians in Gaza, despite ongoing investigations.

NATO’s biggest exercise since Cold War could poke Russian bear

3 min read
The start of 2024 witnesses escalating global threats: the ongoing conflicts in Gaza, Iran-Pakistan exchanges, China’s tensions with Taiwan, North Korea’s strategic shift, and a concerning prospect of Russia using nuclear weapons to deter NATO.

‘Deploy diplomats to deal with Houthis, war is no recipe for peace’

2 min read
The Houthis hold freedom of navigation hostage to press for a ceasefire in Gaza. The West responds with bombs on Houthi facilities in Yemen. How is this conducive to peace in our time?

Bangladesh polls no longer make ‘battle of the begums’ headlines and that’s sad

5 min read
Bangladesh’s 2024 election resulted in PM Sheikh Hasina’s anticipated win, as the main opposition boycotted, alleging a sham to maintain ruling party dominance and raising concerns about democratic decline, underscoring global challenges to democracy in the year ahead.

Rishi Sunak and Giorgia Meloni’s Rome tryst on migration

4 min read
The UK media sensationalised a political meeting between Rishi Sunak and Giorgia Meloni, labelling it a “love-burst”. Instead, the event in Rome focused on migration controls and blurred lines between the Conservative and far-right politicians.

Is Javier Milei Argentina’s Liz Truss?

3 min read
Javier Milei, Argentina’s president-elect, resembles Britain’s short-serving PM Liz Truss in their shared goals of low taxes and a reduced state. Both faced economic challenges, raising concerns about the potential consequences of their radical policies.
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