Category: India

Indo-Pacific the most vital region for enhancing democratic partnership

     

The Indo-Pacific is quickly becoming the most important region for democracy support activities, as it embodies both growing support for democracy and recent evidence of backsliding, according to a new… Read more »

Is partisanship driving pandemic polarization?

     

Reuters Institute analyst J. Scott Brennen draws on sample of 225 pieces of misinformation rated false or misleading by fact-checkers, drawn from a collection maintained by First Draft, to explain… Read more »

COVID-19’s new pretexts for consolidating autocrats’ power

     

Authoritarian-minded leaders around the world have used the coronavirus emergency to consolidate power. In Europe, the governments of Poland and Hungary have done that and more. They have managed to… Read more »

Can India’s ‘most surprising democracy’ stave off an authoritarian turn?

     

In the last two months, widespread protests over a controversial new citizenship law in India have raised the prospect of a constitutional crisis, writes Madhav Khosla, Ambedkar Visiting Associate Professor of… Read more »