Edmund Burke

The Unruly Road to Revolution

Siddharth Singh

The emergence of constitutional politics in America has a larger story to tell

India’s Crisis of Representation

The diminished role of the parliamentarian

Warren Hastings ‘Loved India a Little More Than His Own Country’

On the 70th anniversary of India’s independence, let’s redeem Warren Hastings from the worst trial of history

Burke and India

Edmund Burke, the 18th century English philosopher-statesman, believed that Indians were systematically exploited by the East India Company, whose abuse of power led to the creation of one of the most degenerate species of government that the civilised world had ever seen

The First Predator

It was not the British government that seized India, but a dangerously unregulated private company headquartered in one small office in London


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