Mili Mitra

Washington, D.C.

Editor, Global Opinions

Education: Brown University, BA in Public Policy and Economics

Mili Mitra is an editor for The Post's Global Opinions section. Previously, she was a digital producer with Opinions and an intern with the editorial board.
Latest from Mili Mitra

Why the quad revolution in women’s figure skating is a tragedy

The short, hypercompetitive cycle of women's skating prioritizes a few years of victory over long-term health and well-being.

February 11, 2022

رأي: جمال خاشقجي قُتِل قبل ثلاث سنوات؛ هؤلاء السعوديون ما زالوا يتعرضون للإخراس

نسلّط الضوء على مجرد عدد بسيط من الشخصيات التي لا تزال في السجن أو غير قادرة على العيش بحرية داخل المملكة، حيث أدت المحاكمات السرية والاعتقالات والرقابة إلى خلق مناخ من الخوف

September 30, 2021

Jamal Khashoggi was murdered three years ago. These Saudis are still being silenced.

We are highlighting just a few of the figures who remain in prison or are otherwise unable to live freely inside the kingdom, where secret trials, detention and censorship have created a climate of fear.

September 30, 2021

A tiny island nation has lessons for the next stage of the pandemic

Precautions have allowed Singaporeans to continue to take part in activities that feel unthinkable — or at least unwise — in the United States.

April 21, 2021

Netflix’s new hit ‘Indian Matchmaking’ misses the full story on arranged marriage

Arranged marriage is one of the ways Indian families self-isolate within their own social classes and groups, entrenching age-old divisions.

July 22, 2020

Lebanon’s protests are full of hope and joy — for now

Hundreds of thousands of people have marched in Beirut and other cities across the country.

October 22, 2019

This is the Modi government’s darkest moment

Indians made excuses before. They can’t afford to any longer.

August 6, 2019

The most inspiring World Cup story this month isn’t what you’d expect

Afghanistan's team has emerged from relative obscurity to make it into the world’s top 10 rankings.

June 25, 2019

Another Gandhi enters Indian politics. Here’s why I’m not excited.

Her rise is not a defining moment of political change. If anything, it will mean more of the status quo.

January 25, 2019

A Bollywood icon was accused of sexual assault. The response was chilling.

Despite India's #MeToo moment, the underlying culture that blames survivors and protects abusive men remains intact.

January 17, 2019