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The Normalization of Communal Politics in India

The Normalization of Communal Politics in India

By Kavita Chowdhury
From being an aberration, hate crimes are becoming an ugly daily occurrence in the country.
The Making of Brand Modi

The Making of Brand Modi

By Asim Ali
Narendra Modi has created one of the most powerful political brands in India’s history. But that centralization of power creates its own weaknesses.

Hindutva’s Realism in Modi’s Foreign Policy

Hindutva’s Realism in Modi’s Foreign Policy

By Ameya Pratap Singh
The influence of Hindutva’s unique brand of realism on Modi’s foreign policy is apparent.

India Stands With Macron – But Not For the Same Things

India Stands With Macron – But Not For the Same Things

By Mohamed Zeeshan
New Delhi wants to divorce human rights advocacy from its fight against Islamist terrorism.

Ram Temple and the Triumph of Sangh Parivar

Ram Temple and the Triumph of Sangh Parivar

By Avishek Jha
The groundbreaking on the controversial temple is a testament to the Hindu nationalist movement’s total dominance of society and politics in India.
Delhi’s Displaced Muslims

Delhi’s Displaced Muslims

By Yashraj Sharma
For many Muslims displaced by February’s violence in the Indian capital, solace and stability are remote.

Ahead of Holi Holiday, Indian American Students Protest Hindutva

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.
The Second Death of Mahatma Gandhi

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.

Jamia Millia Shooting: Making of a Hindutva Terrorist 

Jamia Millia Shooting: Making of a Hindutva Terrorist 

By Soma Basu
A look at the toxic social media circle inhabited by the young man who shot at a crowd gathered to mark the 72nd anniversary of Gandhi’s assassination.

On the Right Track in India: The BJP’s Ideological Drive Makes Perfect Sense

On the Right Track in India: The BJP’s Ideological Drive Makes Perfect Sense

By Krzysztof Iwanek
The BJP is in the right position and at the right time to push its agenda. 

US-India: Shared Values and Shared Interests

US-India: Shared Values and Shared Interests

By Emily Ashbridge
To achieve shared interests, India must uphold shared values. 
(Dis)integrating Muslims, Dismantling India

(Dis)integrating Muslims, Dismantling India

By Muqtedar Khan
India, where Muslims have been at home for more than a millennium, is trying its hardest to alienate, disenfranchise, and disintegrate them.

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