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A review of India After Gandhi: The History of the World’s Largest Democracy by Ramachandra Guha and The Clash Within: Democracy, Religious Violence and India’s Future by Martha C. Nussbaum.
Volume 13, Issue 1
India defies the widely held view that poor societies are unlikely to remain democratic. What explains the resilience of India’s democracy in the face of long odds? The answer lies…
Volume 25, Issue 4
Modi promised “good days” to aspiring young Indians, and they voted for him in droves. But he is off to a slow start in carrying out the economic reforms necessary…
Volume 18, Issue 2
By most theoretical accounts, Indian democracy should not even exist. Yet, despite serious challenges, it shows signs of enduring and even deepening.