The Real Lesson From India’s Farm Laws Debacle
By Aditya Srinivasan
Government officials must bring interpretivism to policymaking: qualitative research methods that take into accounts the perspectives and preferences of the governed.
Amid Farmer Protests, India’s Sedition Law Is Back in the Headlines
By Sudha Ramachandran
The colonial-era law has long been used to quash dissent. It’s happening again in the wake of a violent episode in the farmer protests.
Month On, Women Hold the Fort at India Farmer Protests
By Associated Press
Nearly 75 percent of rural women in India who work full-time are farmers.
As Farmers Protest in India, Canada Weighs In – With Predictable Effect
By Abhijnan Rej
Comments by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Defense Minister Harjit Sajjan have irked BJP supporters and the Modi government.
India's Latest By-Elections Deal Modi a Rare Blow
By K.S. Venkatachalam
What do the by-election results in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar mean for the BJP's chances in 2019?
Indian Farmer Protests Show No Signs of Abating
By Padmapriya Govindarajan
India's farmers, suffering from indebtedness, take on the government at the center and across various states.