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What Influences Electoral Politics in Southern India?

New entrants to South India's political sphere threaten to break the decades–old hegemonies of regional parties.

Elections 2019: Looking beyond the Smokescreen

This reading list enumerates the pressing issues that India faces today which ought to have been the primary focus of electoral debate.

Investigating Police Brutality: A Reading List

Despite police reforms being formulated and implemented, India still has not managed to deal with police brutality adequately.

What Makes A ‘Free and Fair’ Election? Examining the Election Commission of India

The conduct of elections in India hinges upon the impartiality of the Election Commission of India (ECI) to ensure a level playing field to candidates.

Elections Alone Do Not Make a Democracy

The ideals of democracy and capitalism are antithetical to each other.

Is India Ready to Tackle Climate Change?

Global warming is taken up by Indian politicians only as a way to earn international appreciation; the government is not taking adequate measure to address the climate crisis.

The AAP Audit: Can ‘Alternate Politics’ Work?

The Aam Aadmi Party was founded on the belief that Indian politics could be transformed. This reading list examines if this political project has been a success, or if the party's idealism is incompatible with the way politics in India functions.

Does Every Vote Count? Assessing India’s Electoral System

The Indian electoral system is fraught with difficulties that obscure the democratic ideals of an election.

What Will It Take to Rebuild Afghanistan?

This reading list assesses the possible course ahead for Afghanistan after the United States' withdrawal from the region.

How Many People Will We Continue to Displace In the Name of Development?

This reading list looks at why we need to conceptualise an inclusive model of development that does not shortchange marginalised communities.

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