July 26, 2021
Blinken Must Urge Modi to Repeal Repressive Laws
By Carolyn Nash
While in New Delhi, Blinken should press Modi to repeal and amend laws that jeopardize human rights.
April 30, 2021
China Is No Excuse for Biden to Ignore Human Rights in India
By Justin Sherman
The increasing inseparability of offline and online rights abuses is manifestly clear in India.
October 27, 2020
Why Is India Silent on China’s Human Rights Record at the UN?
By Arkoprabho Hazra
New Delhi’s domestic compulsions shouldn’t prevent it from taking a harsher line on China’s human rights abuses.
September 25, 2020
Empty Fields: The Use (and Abuse) of UAPA in Kashmir
By Qadri Inzamam and Mohammad Haziq
From cricket players to journalists, Kashmiris are being booked under a law critics say is designed to stifle all dissent.
August 24, 2020
India’s Hopes for Kamala Harris
By Pranay Sharma
Her nomination as the Democrats’ vice presidential candidate evoked a wide range of emotions in an already polarized society.
August 13, 2020
America’s Diminishing Democracy Is Hurting India’s Too
By Manish Dubey
America is no longer inspiring India. Instead, it is providing a justification for the political overreach and social polarization in Indian society.
July 24, 2020
A Robust EU-India Partnership Must Depend on ‘Values and Principles’
By Antti Tulonen
The EU can’t make the same mistake with India it made with China: Ignoring rights concerns until it’s too late.
April 17, 2020
COVID-19 and India’s Addiction to Colonial-Era Laws
By Ameya Pratap Singh and Dhruva Gandhi
India’s lockdown raises concerns about the legitimacy of colonial-era laws that have been used to administer emergencies.
January 31, 2020
Is India Becoming an Elected Autocracy?
By Prabhash Ranjan
Looking at recent events in India through the lens of How Democracies Die.
June 16, 2017
Brazil’s Shameful Silence About Kashmir
By Dawisson Belém Lopes
Brazil needs to take India to task for human rights abuses in the disputed Kashmir region.