India has the chance to enact real reforms under Prime Minister Modi, but the BJP will first need to address its falling domestic popularity.
The growing illiberal sentiment among Indian society is especially concerning at a time when the values that gird the modern Indian state are in extreme flux.
Once conflict erupted in Yemen, India and China wasted no time in evacuating civilians of all stripes. What does this moment mean for the future of Sino-Indian relations?
The Indian Home Ministry’s recent decision to extend the notorious Armed Forces Special Powers Act to the far-flung state of Arunachal Pradesh reflects an alarmingly heavy-handed and illiberal approach to quelling social unrest.
As the locus of India’s foreign policy shifts eastwards, it is ironic that the Indian northeast remains as neglected as ever in New Delhi’s domestic policy calculations.
The BBC documentary “India’s Daughter” has helped expose the disturbing level of sexual assault that women in India face every day. But the Indian government has banned the film in a desperate attempt to save face.
Despite the growing friendship between Barack Obama and Narendra Modi, the subject of religious intolerance remains an irritant in US-India relations.
Arvind Kejriwal’s watershed victory in Delhi’s elections this Tuesday comes after the political failure of his short-lived administration in India’s capital last year.
Conna Walsh discusses the implications of the recent trade pact between India and Vietnam, and its significance for territorial conflict in the South China sea and China’s regional hegemony.