"Despite India’s successful overthrow of British rule, it has created a colonial occupation of its own in Jammu and Kashmir. And recently, it has been taking its cues straight from Israel’s playbook."
Shigraf Zahbi reports on misogyny in Modi's India.
From New Delhi, Shigraf Zahbi reports on how "the virus" became "the Muslim virus" in less than a week.
Tariq Ali on the situation in Kashmir
Focussing on the Indian government's counterinsurgency operations against Maoists in Bastar, Nandini Sundar examines how formal democracy works to subvert popular power.
To defeat populist-nationalist forms of communal authoritarianism we have to fight against more than just communalism.
Historian D.N. Jha describes the contradictions of the purificatory role of cows in early Brāhmaņical society.
Achin Vanaik surveys a large body of theories of the nation and nationalism, and considers them in the context of contemporary India.
From part three of The Rise of Hindu Authoritarianism, Achin Vanaik's proposed framework for evaluating contemporary authoritarianism and nationalism.
Outside of hard climate science, history should be the preeminent field for the study of global warming.