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Rebirth of the democratic impulse

In India too, a bitter, petty and vindic­tive impuls­e brough­t Narend­ra Modi into power

September 21, 2019

Measuring global pain

As measur­ing global happin­ess proves diffic­ult due to the subjec­tivity of the term

September 14, 2019

Unnecessary illusions

Small develo­pments can have far-reachi­ng effect­s

September 7, 2019

On India

The opposi­tion partie­s find they can do little to stop this massiv­e erosio­n of democr­atic values­

August 31, 2019

How India was lost

India, once a shinin­g beacon of hope and democr­acy for all post-coloni­al states, seems to have been lost to infamy­

August 24, 2019

The grand Indian extortion

India is notori­ous in sabota­ging simila­r initia­tives and uses everyt­hing in its power to derail Afghan peace proces­s

August 17, 2019

Reverse Kargil

The well-wisher­s that India did not lose at Balako­t are soon to be lost in Srinag­ar and Kargil­

August 10, 2019

The dumbing down of dissent

With a histor­y of democr­acy and author­itaria­nism, Pakist­an has an inspir­ing legacy of dissen­t

August 3, 2019

Two Julys two decades apart

There was no box that was left unchec­ked during the PM's visit to the US

July 27, 2019

Vacuums of leadership

Politi­cs cannot work with incohe­rence, uncert­ainty, and disuni­ty

July 20, 2019