Stories about The Bridge from April, 2018
Pakistan's under-threat minorities have found their voice. But will the state listen?
"I cried today after seeing this post. It is the seventh day of a sit-in in Quetta against unlawful terrorism...and yet nothing has changed."
Syria and the anti-imperialism of idiots
"This anti-war left exhibits deeply authoritarian tendencies, that place states at the centre of political analysis. . . . "
Empty Nets Syndrome: How young fishing families on Cambodia's Mekong are struggling to survive
For young parents from Cambodia's Cham fishing community, the river-based lifestyle led by their ancestors for 4,000 years is beginning to lose some of its appeal.
#KnowYourDictator: Political Emigres and Their Hashtags Haunt Azerbaijan's Re-elected Strongman
Having largely suffocated opposition at home, newly-elected President Ilham Aliyev is finding ways to hurt activists living abroad.
Confrontation and Disruption in a New Exhibition by Chinese-American Artist Xiaoze Xie
"Subjects with conflicts, struggles, and some intensity always compel me to paint, because I think they are important."
On Pakistani Activist Raza Khan, Four Months After His Disappearance
"How could a man who never raises his voice, hardly argues, politely manages disagreements, and has not hurt any being pose a threat? What would anyone gain from his disappearance?"