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The Aam Aadmi Party Stalls Modi Juggernaut in India

The Aam Aadmi Party Stalls Modi Juggernaut in India

By Harsh V. Pant
The 2015 Delhi state elections are a wake-up call for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in India.
India’s Smart New Electorate

India’s Smart New Electorate

By Abhirup Bhunia
Recent electoral turnarounds show a steep learning curve for populist politicians.

India Sets Dates for 2014 General Election

India Sets Dates for 2014 General Election

By Sanjay Kumar
India has set a date for its 2014 general elections.

Kejriwal Resignation: Failure or Strategy?

Kejriwal Resignation: Failure or Strategy?

By Ram Mashru
The Delhi Chief Minister steps down, raising concerns about the AAP’s viability as it plans a national campaign.

Kejriwal Resigns In New Delhi: What Next For the AAP?

Kejriwal Resigns In New Delhi: What Next For the AAP?

By Sanjay Kumar
Arvind Kejriwal's decision to resign as Chief Minister throws the future of the AAP into flux.
Kejriwal’s Antics Cost Him His Honeymoon With The People

Kejriwal’s Antics Cost Him His Honeymoon With The People

By Sanjay Kumar
Is Arvind Kejriwal not ready to lead New Delhi? His preference for protests over governance indicates as much.

Battle Lines Drawn for India's 2014 Parliamentary Elections

Battle Lines Drawn for India's 2014 Parliamentary Elections

By Sanjay Kumar
As India gears up for parliamentary elections, what can voters expect?
Does an Upset Await the BJP?

Does an Upset Await the BJP?

By Mohit Uppal
Narendra Modi and his BJP are confident of victory in the coming elections. But the landscape is changing fast.

Indian Politics: Get Rid of the Vampires

Indian Politics: Get Rid of the Vampires

By Romi Jain
India’s politicians enjoy some astonishing perks for occasionally dubious contributions.

AAP: Activism Becomes Authority in Delhi

AAP: Activism Becomes Authority in Delhi

By Romi Jain
The AAP’s electoral success is an inspiration for activists everywhere. Now it has to govern.

Aam Aadmi Party: A Turning Point for Indian Democracy?

Aam Aadmi Party: A Turning Point for Indian Democracy?

By Sanjay Kumar
The Aam Aadmi Party could be transforming Indian politics. The Diplomat's Sanjay Kumar reports from Delhi.
The Politics of Coalitions in India

The Politics of Coalitions in India

By Ram Mashru
The rise of the Aam Aadmi Party offers important lessons on the salience of coalition politics in India.

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