不被看见及被看见的身体-疫情下的大马非公民群体

Article by Lim Jian Xing. Abstract On Migrant communities during the global pandemic, Italian scholar Sandro Mezzadra in his What Happens to Freedom of Movement During a Pandemic pointed that “Migrants embody in the harshest way the contradictions and tensions surrounding the freedom of movement and its denial today” and “ …

State Regulation, Pandemic, and Africans in South China

Article by LI Qi. Header image by LI Qi. Abstract During the Covid-19 pandemic, African diasporas were maltreated in Guangdong Province, China. African students and businessmen were forced into additional quarantine and nucleic acid tests. Meanwhile, they were unwelcomed on streets, working places and even at their accommodations. In opposition …

The Aporia of Sino-Africa Power Relationship During the Covid-19 Pandemic

Article by Stanislas Lukusa Mufula. Abstract This article focuses on the Guangzhou racial incident to examine the possibility of authentic love between Chinese and Africans in the era of Belt and Road Initiative. China has defined its relationship with Africa as a mutual and respectful friendship. But, the Guangzhou discrimination incident,  …

The Reaction of the Government, Social Media and Citizens in the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Lesson from Vietnam

Article by Nguyen Thi Trang Abstract: In December, 2019, the novel Coronavirus broke out in China; Vietnam was predicted to suffer serious infection from this pandemic. However, this country has carved its own exceptional story with only 332 infected cases on its territory and no single death. To explain this …

Trepidations and Ramifications of COVID-19: Rohingya Refugees in India

Article by Monika Verma. Abstract: The COVID-19 refers to coronavirus disease, worldwide recognized as the most significant health catastrophe, which led the world to cope with enormous difficulties and challenges. The novel coronavirus outbreak affected the whole world and increased the environmental, economic, and social challenges around the globe. The …

Understanding the Discourse of Populism and Nationalism in India

Article by Feeza Vasudeva. Abstract The article aims to explore the concepts of nationalism and populism within the Indian context. Populism and nationalism are two of the main issues plaguing democracies around the globe. The academic debate regarding the correlation between these two concepts has been intense. One strand of …

Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019: The Pernicious Outcomes of the Altering Equation of Citizenship in India

Article by Monika Verma. Abstract: Citizenship has been a vital issue in addressing societal alteration over the past few years. The law of citizenship establishes the legal and constitutional recognition of a nation. This paper briefly argues that the Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019, leads to the pernicious outcomes of the …

The ‘turmoil’ of Internal Migration in India during the Covid-19

Article by Dr. Poonam Sharma Abstract: While the world gets enveloped by the menacing shadow of the Covid-19, India as a nation is also struggling to prevent itself from the impact of the new coronavirus. This article highlights the ‘turmoil’ of internal migration that erupted in India after a three-week-long …