Indian democracy

In Praise of the Indian Voter

Shashi Tharoor

The redeeming surprises of a volatile democracy

Was Emergency Inevitable?

Indira Gandhi was planning it from January 1975, long before the Allahabad High Court judgment

In Defence of the Absolute Citizen

In a constitutional democracy, politics cannot be reduced to the advocacy of pre-set interests

Constitution Vs Democracy?

Is India at a moment where its democracy is in battle with its Constitution?

The Revenge of Religion

Constitutionalism and the cult of protest

India’s move on Kashmir undemocratic, provocative: Ayesha Jalal

The scrapping of Article 370 has destabilized the entire region, says historian and a grandniece of Saadat Hasan Manto

Indian Republic: A Matter of Choice

The evergreen legacy of India’s Independence movement is its conferring on the Indian Republic the right to self-determination

An Inspiration and a Journey

It's complicated: India's Experiments with the ideal

Dont’t Burn the Book of Freedom

Has Indian democracy fully tapped the creativity of the Constitution?

A Thought for the Fettered

The importance of resistance in an India where religious nationalism embraces global capitalism


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