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Masked Attackers Beat Protesting Students at India’s Prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University
January 06, 2020

Masked Attackers Beat Protesting Students at India’s Prestigious Jawaharlal Nehru University

By Associated Press
Bystanders reported that New Delhi police stood by as the attackers beat students.
The BJP and the Opposition in India: Between Narrative and Numbers
January 03, 2020

The BJP and the Opposition in India: Between Narrative and Numbers

By Niranjan Marjani
Numbers alone can’t keep the BJP out of power; a compelling alternative narrative is needed.

Thousands of Indians Welcome New Year With Spirit of Resistance
January 03, 2020

Thousands of Indians Welcome New Year With Spirit of Resistance

By StoriesAsia
On a cold evening, a diverse group of concerned Indian citizens took to the streets to protest the new citizenship law.

Asia in 2020: Trends, Risks, and Geopolitics
December 24, 2019

Asia in 2020: Trends, Risks, and Geopolitics

By Ankit Panda
What lies ahead for the Asia-Pacific region in 2020?

India’s Narendra Modi Defends Controversial Citizenship Law as National Protests Continue
December 23, 2019

India’s Narendra Modi Defends Controversial Citizenship Law as National Protests Continue

By Associated Press
As many as 23 people have been killed nationwide since the law was passed in India’s parliament.
Democracy in Digital Darkness: Internet Shutdowns, New Indian Normal?
December 20, 2019

Democracy in Digital Darkness: Internet Shutdowns, New Indian Normal?

By Bansari Kamdar
India’s frequent use of internet shutdowns is unlikely to wane anytime soon.

India’s National Cybersecurity Policy Must Acknowledge Modern Realities
December 20, 2019

India’s National Cybersecurity Policy Must Acknowledge Modern Realities

By Prateek Waghre and Shibani Mehta
India’s National Cybersecurity Policy must bolster its global ambitions.
What Does the Maharashtra Crisis Mean for India’s Ruling Party?
December 12, 2019

What Does the Maharashtra Crisis Mean for India’s Ruling Party?

By Krzysztof Iwanek
Is the Bharatiya Janata Party not as invulnerable as once thought?

2019 in Asian Geopolitics: A Year of Change
December 12, 2019

2019 in Asian Geopolitics: A Year of Change

By Ankit Panda
From South Asia to China to Northeast Asia, 2019 was a transformative year.

Understanding Maharashtra’s Political Game of Thrones
December 09, 2019

Understanding Maharashtra’s Political Game of Thrones

By Siddharthya Roy
Betrayal, chaos, and intrigue colored Maharashtra's latest bout of state political drama.

State No More: India Formally Ends Statehood for Jammu and Kashmir
October 31, 2019

State No More: India Formally Ends Statehood for Jammu and Kashmir

By Associated Press
Under the changes, no Kashmiri flag or constitution is permitted as the former state of Jammu and Kashmir becomes federally governed.
The Indian Government Seeks to Firm Up Another Peace Agreement in Disturbed Nagaland
October 29, 2019

The Indian Government Seeks to Firm Up Another Peace Agreement in Disturbed Nagaland

By StoriesAsia
Can this attempt succeed where others have not?

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