How coronavirus threatens India — and what the country, and the world, should do next
The resistance that we saw building in India and across the world has melted overnight into a frightened retreat from a menace that for now threatens life itself. But what will follow after the scourge has had its day?
In a pandemic, a rational person would much rather live in a society governed by the norms of socialism than of capitalism, a society where people rally together to overcome a virus; than to live in a society where fear pervades
Do the Killings of Muslims Represent India’s Kristallnacht?
The fallout from two controversial changes to citizenship laws continues to rock India
The riots have been driven by a ruling party intent on painting its largely peaceful opponents as seditious sectarians
The phenomenal ingenuity of AAP has firmly put in place politics of honest hard work on behalf of the citizenry without turning away from bold social welfare measures
Interview on the demonstrations in India
The prime minister and home minister have spectacularly succeeded in cementing the Indian polity across denominations behind the founding secular principles of the constitution
It is hard to watch these young people speak with such confidence and with such chilling precision about their desire to hurt those with whom they did not agree