Articles by: Alok Mukherjee

On rogue call centres and India’s reputation in Canada  

On rogue call centres and India’s reputation in Canada  

During his daily coronavirus press update on March 26, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau cautioned Canadians about what he called “a text scam.” He was referring to a message that many Canadians had begun to receive on their cell phones within hours of the government announcing financial assistance to people affected by COVID-19 in terms of loss of employment or[Read More…]

March 30, 2020 World
The US and the Rule of Law: The Cases of Meng Wanzhou and Warren Anderson, or, Different Strokes for Different Folks?

The US and the Rule of Law: The Cases of Meng Wanzhou and Warren Anderson, or, Different Strokes for Different Folks?

After much anticipation, on January 28, the United States made public its case against the Chinese tech giant, Huawei, and its representatives, including the Chief Financial Officer, Meng Wanzhou.In a display of power, a phalanx of senior officials, including the Acting US Attorney General and the FBI Director, outlined thirteen charges against Huawei and Meng. Meng is in Vancouver, out[Read More…]

January 30, 2019 World
Jeremy Corbyn And The Power Of Literature

Jeremy Corbyn And The Power Of Literature

Something strange happened to the British Labour leader, Jeremy Corbyn, and to the British public on the way to the recently held election in the UK. Once the target of widespread criticism from within his party and the mainstream media, his leadership deemed a disaster and his policies too extreme to be winnable, Corbyn surprised his critics and the pundits[Read More…]

July 8, 2017 World