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Is India Still a Rising Superpower?
February 26, 2020

Is India Still a Rising Superpower?

By Muhsin Puthan
India’s international relations have become a hostage to its own domestic political and social chaos.

Violence in Indian Capital Casts Shadow Over Trump’s Visit
February 26, 2020

Violence in Indian Capital Casts Shadow Over Trump’s Visit

By Associated Press
At least 10 people have been killed in Hindu-Muslim clashes in New Delhi.
India’s Modi Cancels Second Northeast Visit Amid Protests Against Citizenship Law
January 27, 2020

India’s Modi Cancels Second Northeast Visit Amid Protests Against Citizenship Law

By StoriesAsia
India’s northeast remains in the throes of protest.

Why Is India’s Right Wing Defaming the Women Protesters of Shaheen Bagh?
January 23, 2020

Why Is India’s Right Wing Defaming the Women Protesters of Shaheen Bagh?

By Avishek Jha
Pro-government media and politicians have cast the protesters as paid anti-India agents, but that’s far from the reality driving the demonstrations.

Battle for India’s New Citizenship Law Moves to Top Court
January 22, 2020

Battle for India’s New Citizenship Law Moves to Top Court

By Associated Press
The Indian Supreme Court will hear arguments for and against the controversial citizenship law, which opponents say discriminates against Muslims.

India’s Citizenship Moves May Impact Relations With Its Neighbors
January 22, 2020

India’s Citizenship Moves May Impact Relations With Its Neighbors

By Amit Ranjan
The CAA and NRC will echo across India’s borders, particularly in Bangladesh and Nepal.

Is India’s BJP Government Set to Create a ‘Hindu Pakistan’?
January 16, 2020

Is India’s BJP Government Set to Create a ‘Hindu Pakistan’?

By Sumithra Prasanna
The BJP's recent moves have fanned fears that it is enacting long-held dreams to create a Hindu nation.
High Australian Hopes for India, But Is the BJP the Right Partner?
December 30, 2019

High Australian Hopes for India, But Is the BJP the Right Partner?

By Grant Wyeth
Describing India as a “like-minded power” increasingly lacks credibility as the Modi government pursues contentious ideological policies.

Violence in India’s Northeast Forces Delay of Japanese Prime Minister Visit
December 14, 2019

Violence in India’s Northeast Forces Delay of Japanese Prime Minister Visit

By Associated Press
Japanese PM Abe postponed a planned summit with Modi in Assam and Manipur, where protests are raging.

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