Murtaza Hussain of The Intercept joins host Arif Rafiq to discuss India’s global assassination campaign and its geopolitical implications.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi opened the 2023 G20 Summit in New Delhi by stating that “India’s G20 presidency has…
Hailed as the world’s largest democracy, India risks becoming the world’s largest autocracy, with consequences for the whole world.
Bangladesh’s Sheikh Hasina has written the playbook on how smaller, authoritarian regimes can survive and thrive in a multipolar world.
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India deploys riot police to enforce its ban on the BBC documentary implicating Narendra Modi in the Gujarat anti-Muslim pogroms of 2002.
Bolstering satisfaction in democracy will require addressing multiple issues. But acknowledging that democratic discontent has deeper roots is a necessary starting point.