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India: The Pen Defeats the Sword (on One Street at Least)
September 07, 2015
India: The Pen Defeats the Sword (on One Street at Least)
The renaming of Delhi’s Aurangzeb Road as APJ Abdul Kalam Road would be a masterstroke in the politics of history.
India: The Pen Defeats the Sword (on One Street at Least)
India's Anti-Corruption Warriors Are Losing Steam
June 12, 2015
India's Anti-Corruption Warriors Are Losing Steam
Recent events show that India's much-hyped Aam Aadmi Party is losing its steam.
India's Anti-Corruption Warriors Are Losing Steam
Death of an Idea: New Delhi's 'Common Men' Fall From Grace
April 02, 2015
Death of an Idea: New Delhi's 'Common Men' Fall From Grace
With the leadership of the organization at odds, the biggest supporters of India’s Common Man Party are defecting.
Death of an Idea: New Delhi's 'Common Men' Fall From Grace
India's 'Common Men' Face an Existential Crisis
March 14, 2015
India's 'Common Men' Face an Existential Crisis
India's Aam Aadmi Party faces a political crisis at its highest levels.
India's 'Common Men' Face an Existential Crisis
Delhi Chooses the 'Common Man'
February 12, 2015
Delhi Chooses the 'Common Man'
The 'Common Man's' Party returns in New Delhi, jolting the BJP in the process.
Delhi Chooses the 'Common Man'
The Aam Aadmi Party Stalls Modi Juggernaut in India
February 11, 2015
The Aam Aadmi Party Stalls Modi Juggernaut in India
The 2015 Delhi state elections are a wake-up call for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in India.
The Aam Aadmi Party Stalls Modi Juggernaut in India
India’s Smart New Electorate
October 08, 2014
India’s Smart New Electorate
Recent electoral turnarounds show a steep learning curve for populist politicians.
India’s Smart New Electorate
India Sets Dates for 2014 General Election
March 06, 2014
India Sets Dates for 2014 General Election
India has set a date for its 2014 general elections.
India Sets Dates for 2014 General Election
Kejriwal Resignation: Failure or Strategy?
February 19, 2014
Kejriwal Resignation: Failure or Strategy?
The Delhi Chief Minister steps down, raising concerns about the AAP’s viability as it plans a national campaign.
Kejriwal Resignation: Failure or Strategy?
Kejriwal Resigns In New Delhi: What Next For the AAP?
February 15, 2014
Kejriwal Resigns In New Delhi: What Next For the AAP?
Arvind Kejriwal's decision to resign as Chief Minister throws the future of the AAP into flux.
Kejriwal Resigns In New Delhi: What Next For the AAP?
Kejriwal’s Antics Cost Him His Honeymoon With The People
January 23, 2014
Kejriwal’s Antics Cost Him His Honeymoon With The People
Is Arvind Kejriwal not ready to lead New Delhi? His preference for protests over governance indicates as much.
Kejriwal’s Antics Cost Him His Honeymoon With The People
Battle Lines Drawn for India's 2014 Parliamentary Elections
January 22, 2014
Battle Lines Drawn for India's 2014 Parliamentary Elections
As India gears up for parliamentary elections, what can voters expect?
Battle Lines Drawn for India's 2014 Parliamentary Elections
Does an Upset Await the BJP?
January 16, 2014
Does an Upset Await the BJP?
Narendra Modi and his BJP are confident of victory in the coming elections. But the landscape is changing fast.
Does an Upset Await the BJP?
Indian Politics: Get Rid of the Vampires
January 13, 2014
Indian Politics: Get Rid of the Vampires
India’s politicians enjoy some astonishing perks for occasionally dubious contributions.
Indian Politics: Get Rid of the Vampires
AAP: Activism Becomes Authority in Delhi
January 04, 2014
AAP: Activism Becomes Authority in Delhi
The AAP’s electoral success is an inspiration for activists everywhere. Now it has to govern.
AAP: Activism Becomes Authority in Delhi
Aam Aadmi Party: A Turning Point for Indian Democracy?
January 03, 2014
Aam Aadmi Party: A Turning Point for Indian Democracy?
The Aam Aadmi Party could be transforming Indian politics. The Diplomat's Sanjay Kumar reports from Delhi.
Aam Aadmi Party: A Turning Point for Indian Democracy?
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