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Galwanized Mood: How India’s Hindu Nationalists Have Reacted to the India-China Crisis
June 30, 2020

Galwanized Mood: How India’s Hindu Nationalists Have Reacted to the India-China Crisis

By Krzysztof Iwanek
The RSS’ mouthpieces spoke of Beijing in belligerent words, but did not admit failures or formally suggest any new policies to counter China.

No, the ‘Self-Reliant India Campaign’ Is Not About Protectionism
June 23, 2020

No, the ‘Self-Reliant India Campaign’ Is Not About Protectionism

By Krzysztof Iwanek
The campaign is a mixture of an anti-crisis packet and a continuation of liberalization measures.
How Will COVID-19 Impact the BJP’s Electoral Chances?
May 19, 2020

How Will COVID-19 Impact the BJP’s Electoral Chances?

By Aditi Dayal
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the political dynamics in India -- how much will it matter?

Union Against Unity: Labor Law Suspension Drives Rift Between India’s Government and Labor Unions
May 18, 2020

Union Against Unity: Labor Law Suspension Drives Rift Between India’s Government and Labor Unions

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Why is India’s ruling party’s own trade union protesting against the government’s policies?

US Religious Freedom Watchdog Highlights ‘Campaigns of Harassment and Violence’ Against Minorities in India
April 29, 2020

US Religious Freedom Watchdog Highlights ‘Campaigns of Harassment and Violence’ Against Minorities in India

By Ankit Panda
The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom gave India its lowest rating in the annual report for 2020.

Which Indian Opposition Politician Has the Best Chance of Defeating Narendra Modi?
April 27, 2020

Which Indian Opposition Politician Has the Best Chance of Defeating Narendra Modi?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
India’s main opposition party today lacks a leader who could challenge Narendra Modi. Who would stand a better chance?

The Idea of India—And a Transition Toward Violent, Exclusionary Nationalism
April 02, 2020

The Idea of India—And a Transition Toward Violent, Exclusionary Nationalism

By Nazir Ahmad and Muneeb Yousuf
What the nation meant for Tagore, Gandhi, and Nehru differs from what it means for the BJP and RSS.
Why India’s Ruling Party Is Cultivating the Memory of Deendayal Upadhyaya
March 30, 2020

Why India’s Ruling Party Is Cultivating the Memory of Deendayal Upadhyaya

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Upadhyaya’s Integral Humanism looms large over today’s BJP.

Ahead of Holi Holiday, Indian American Students Protest Hindutva
March 13, 2020

Ahead of Holi Holiday, Indian American Students Protest Hindutva

By Bansari Kamdar
After an outbreak of violence in Delhi, the young Indian diaspora in the United States is speaking out.

Critics of India’s Modi Government Face Sedition Charges
March 06, 2020

Critics of India’s Modi Government Face Sedition Charges

By Associated Press
Freedom of political expression remains under siege in Modi’s India.

A Free and Open Indo-Pacific Needs a Free and Open India
February 19, 2020

A Free and Open Indo-Pacific Needs a Free and Open India

By Aman Thakker
India's ability to contribute to a "free and open" Indo-Pacific will require a course correction at home first.
The Second Death of Mahatma Gandhi
February 12, 2020

The Second Death of Mahatma Gandhi

By Angel L. Martínez Cantera
The same ideology that assassinated Gandhi is defaming his legacy en route to reshaping India’s socio-political past, present, and future.

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