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18
May

Sascha Richter: Mountainland

Mountainland surveys the lives and societies of upland Southeast Asia with reference to the geographical and socio-scientific concept of Zomia,

11
May

Probal Rashid: Rohingya Refugees in Bangladesh

Approximately 70,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled from Myanmar to Bangladesh since October 9, 2016 after the Burmese military launched clearance

22
Apr

Ksenia Diodorova: In the Cold

After the civil war in Tajikistan (1992–1997) and the following economic collapse, the people of Tajikistan found themselves in a

15
Apr

Antonio Aragon Renuncio: Sanna’m

And there it was, amid the absence as a savanna. Hidden among rough rocks, among weeds and trees scattered starving

27
Mar

Sandra Hoyn: Displaced by Palmoil – Indonesia’s Last Orangutans

In 2014 I documented the disappearing Sumatran rain forest and life affected by this rapid deforestation in Indonesia. Indonesia supplies

17
Mar

Argus Paul Estabrook: School Memories – The Loss In Danwon High

Ten classrooms at Danwon High School were spontaneously transformed into memorial sites during the Sewol Ferry Tragedy on April 16,

09
Mar

Pierpaolo Mittica: Chernobyl 30 Years After

On April 26, 1986 at 1:24 a.m. a disastrous event occurred, the worst technological catastrophe of the modern age, which

07
Mar

Sergey Melnitchenko: Behind the Scenes

About his series Sergey says: Transvestites, girls bathing in tubs of beer, drunk actors and even more drunk visitors. All

22
Feb

Caique Cunha: Williamsburg

“The streets are full of sweat in the mortar of your pavement”, according to the nineteenth century Brazilian writer, João

16
Feb

Will Baxter: Rohingya

Viewed as outsiders in both Bangladesh and Myanmar, ethnic Rohingya Muslims have faced persecution for decades. Anti-Rohingya sentiment in Myanmar

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