Tag: narendra modi

Has India signalled the end to its long-held doctrine of strategic restraint?

Military occupation of Kashmir has eroded India’s historic passivity, Josie Gardner writes. In February, the world was plunged into several days of nervous hand wringing […]

In the state but not of it: The newly stateless people of Assam

India’s decision to strip over four million people of citizenship in the North-Eastern state of Assam is a form of gerrymandering aimed at alienating the […]

Why the death penalty will not solve India’s rape crisis

India’s introduction of the death penalty for the rape of a child does not solve its crisis of sexual assault. Alexandra Smith argues.

India’s Internal Security Crisis of Sexual Violence

Words by SUCHARA FERNANDO. According to John Baylis, security can be defined as freedom from threats to core values for both groups and individuals. Thereby, […]