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India: The Dying Home of Hume
October 07, 2016
India: The Dying Home of Hume
The house of the founder of the oldest party in India is slowly turning into ruins.
India: The Dying Home of Hume
Illuminating Old City Dhaka
October 16, 2015
Illuminating Old City Dhaka
Festival organizers hope to put a spotlight on the old city’s beautiful bones.
Illuminating Old City Dhaka
Should India Thank British Rule For a Free Press?
July 29, 2015
Should India Thank British Rule For a Free Press?
The British were instrumental in creating the one institution that, like nothing else, helped bring down their rule in India.
Should India Thank British Rule For a Free Press?
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
July 24, 2015
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
There are good reasons why Britain doesn't owe India reparations.
Sorry, the United Kingdom Does Not Owe India Reparations
Was Double Government in Afghanistan a Folly?
June 18, 2015
Was Double Government in Afghanistan a Folly?
During and after the First Anglo-Afghan War, the British embarked on a hybrid form of colonialism, it didn't work.
Was Double Government in Afghanistan a Folly?
Review: <i>The Tears of the Rajas: Mutiny, Money and Marriage in India 1805-1905</i>
May 23, 2015
Review: The Tears of the Rajas: Mutiny, Money and Marriage in India 1805-1905
An excellent new book considers some of the less salutary aspects of Britain's history in India.
Review: The Tears of the Rajas: Mutiny, Money and Marriage in India 1805-1905
Wellington in India: A Great Commander in Embryo
May 11, 2015
Wellington in India: A Great Commander in Embryo
One of the greatest Britons had his formative experience in India.
Wellington in India: A Great Commander in Embryo
Winston Churchill in India
March 29, 2015
Winston Churchill in India
The great statesman’s literary career was shaped by fighting in some familiar territory.
Winston Churchill in India
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