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.
Where Do India’s Farmers Go From Here?
By Sandeep Kandikuppa and Pallavi Gupta
Why did the anti-farm law movement succeed where so many others have failed? And what goals will the farmers’ movement pursue next?
Farmer Anger Will Test Modi as Punjab, India’s ‘Grain Bowl,’ Votes
By Sheikh Saaliq
Protesting farmers forced Modi to repeal controversial farm laws last year. Will they defeat him now in the state assembly election?
The Problem With Modi’s Repeal of India’s Farm Laws
By Roshni Kapur
Both the laws’ passage and repeal demonstrate the Modi government’s lack of parliamentary procedure and public consultation. That means similar issues are likely to recur in the future.
Modi’s Repeal of Farm Laws Isn’t Enough, Say Indian Farmers
By Naila Khan and Uzair Usmani
At the protest site, farmers are celebrating the government’s decision to roll back the farm laws but they will not end their protest until parliament revokes the laws.