India’s elections show that right-wing Hindu nationalism has achieved total hegemony over Indian society.
Achin Vanaik is a writer and social activist, a former professor at the University of Delhi and Delhi-based Fellow of the Transnational Institute, Amsterdam. He is the author of The Painful Transition: Bourgeois Democracy in India and The Rise of Hindu Authoritarianism.
Atal Bihari Vajpayee, India’s “statesmanlike” far-right leader, died this month. The praise showered on him by Indian liberals shows how far to the right the country has moved.
In India, Modi's Hindu nationalist BJP is consolidating its power through vigilante violence, censorship, and state repression.
Recent regional elections in India handed Modi’s BJP important new majorities. How can it be stopped?
What would justice for those suffering under Indian occupation in Kashmir look like?