Narendra Modi and Populism: A Constructive Step for DemocracyRead more: Narendra Modi and Populism: A Constructive Step for Democracy
Populism has been a much debated and detested phenomenon in democracies. This article provides an opposing view to the general consensus for the harmful effects of populism in democracy by exploring the reign of Narendra Modi.
Institutional Illusion: The ‘Flawless Façade’ of IMF’s zero Interest LoansRead more: Institutional Illusion: The ‘Flawless Façade’ of IMF’s zero Interest Loans
This article analyses the IMF’s 0 interest loans and provides an insight into the structure, lending exercises, and policy governance practices of the IMF. Simultaneously it evaluates the truth in IMF’s claims of uplifting poor/distressed states.
SC Judgement on Prashant Bhushan: Justifying Contempt of CourtRead more: SC Judgement on Prashant Bhushan: Justifying Contempt of Court
Prashant Bhushan was held guilty of contempt of court for his tweets criticising the supreme court. His conviction was perceived as a serious blow to the freedom of expressing criticism of democratic institutions. However, this conclusion isn’t warranted. Aman Khullar explores the merits of the case to show why Bhushan’s comments amount to contempt of…
Who is responsible for the humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen?Read more: Who is responsible for the humanitarian catastrophe in Yemen?
Quite a few factors can bring instability in a country and make a country tough to manage — one of them being variable geography as Yemen is a land that has mountains, deserts and canyons.
What will the post-COVID ‘New Normal’ look like for the World Order?Read more: What will the post-COVID ‘New Normal’ look like for the World Order?
This article builds a case for a post-pandemic world order which is under transition today. It builds on theories of peace and security to analyse the critical U-turn countries are taking from liberal internationalism in political and socio-cultural nuances of world politics.
Blurry Borders: The LAC in LadakhRead more: Blurry Borders: The LAC in Ladakh
In this article, Amisha Singh talks about the genesis of the current standoff with China in Ladakh.
UBI or Helicopter Money: The Way Forward for IndiaRead more: UBI or Helicopter Money: The Way Forward for India
The National Human Rights Commission of India (NHRC), in its response to the UN Human Rights Commission, has mentioned that the Central government is actively considering the implementation of universal basic income (UBI) in the country.
Collective narcissism and Contemporary Right Wing PopulismRead more: Collective narcissism and Contemporary Right Wing Populism
While the phenomenon is widely analysed through the lens of macroeconomic trends and political institutions, it is also important to view it through the lens of an individual and the emotional response that he/she produces.In this article, I will try to focus on the phenomenon of narcissism.
US UNDER THE NEXT DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENT (PART 2)Read more: US UNDER THE NEXT DEMOCRATIC PRESIDENT (PART 2)
This article will look at the key policies proposed by Joe Biden and their possible effects on the American economy.
Cleaning out the War Chest- Looking into the role of Campaign Funds in US electionsRead more: Cleaning out the War Chest- Looking into the role of Campaign Funds in US elections
US Presidential elections are not only a lengthy but an expensive affair. Millions are spent as campaign funds in this battle for the white house. Time and again, the importance of campaign funding and donations in the success of a candidate has been emphasized. Often a causal relationship is implied between campaign finance and political success,…