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Why Can’t India End Police Brutality? 
July 01, 2020

Why Can’t India End Police Brutality? 

By Sumithra Prasanna
A horrifying case from Tamil Nadu once again demonstrates the lack of accountability for India’s police.

The Strategic Implications of Indian Corruption
May 13, 2020

The Strategic Implications of Indian Corruption

By Cleo Paskal
The massive network of corruption now being unraveled has major geopolitical and security implications that reach far beyond India.
How the Modi Administration Is Hamstringing the Indian Economy
January 10, 2020

How the Modi Administration Is Hamstringing the Indian Economy

By Shezad Lakhani
Uncertainty and fear are sapping India’s economic potential.

Will Modi Resume the Battle Against Corruption?
August 17, 2019

Will Modi Resume the Battle Against Corruption?

By Yifei Yan and Alfred M. Wu
It would be costly not to. So how can Modi 2.0 advance anti-corruption efforts?

India’s Big Defense Acquisition Challenge
December 22, 2018

India’s Big Defense Acquisition Challenge

By Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
Occasional concerns about corrupt defense deals are merely the symptoms of broader structural issues that need to be addressed.

Is India Really 'Winning Its War' on Open Defecation?
May 09, 2017

Is India Really 'Winning Its War' on Open Defecation?

By Gaurav Tyagi
The "Clean India" campaign may have good results on paper, but the reality does not match the numbers.

How the Indian National Congress Lost India
April 13, 2017

How the Indian National Congress Lost India

By Martand Jha
India’s Grand Old Party has decidedly lost its grandeur. What happened?
India's Demonetization: Can the Opposition Parties Still Stop it?
December 19, 2016

India's Demonetization: Can the Opposition Parties Still Stop it?

By Padmapriya Govindarajan
It just became much harder to offer a concentrated takedown of demonetization.

The Trouble With India’s Demonetization Gamble
November 18, 2016

The Trouble With India’s Demonetization Gamble

By Padmapriya Govindarajan
The country is in uproar following the bold and risky move.

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