An economic force waiting in the wings.
A history retold about India and China from 1949 to 1962, a formative and yet self-destructive phase in a troubled relationship.
The extremes of the political spectrum are crushing the political center and breeding radicalism
Three large Asian nations — China, India and Indonesia — are polyphonic and geographically diverse. They all made different choices on their national language.
What explains the disappearance of erotic sculptures from Hindu temples in modern India?
Protesting the atrocities of the past should not become an excuse for ignoring the injustices of the present.
A changing global context, a more transactional world and China’s assertiveness increase India’s pool of potential friends.
De-humanizing the “other” is a daily practice in both India and South Africa.
The Indian example is an innovative alternative to Africa’s better known projects.