340 Autocratic India

Dilip Simeon is a historian in Delhi who discusses the current political trends in India as the current version of the Hindutva nationalist movement.


• Dilip Simeon

• Subir Guin


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Indian Farmers’ Revolt
It is good to know that the Indian farmer’s rejection of Modi’s plan to give power to corporation is the most promising opposition to that regime. They may win, and one surely wishes them well. However, it is also true that the Indian farms are vastly less productive than modern farms elsewhere. This is a problem for the country. It is not clear how to overcome it.

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