This month, the section on political developments in India focuses on the dysfunctional parliamentary democracy, the shocking bye-election results in north India and the escalations in Kashmir perpetrated largely by Pakistan. The developments include an economic component in the form of farmer protests in Maharashtra.
On the foreign policy front, India-France and India-German ties from the EU have gained salience with the visits of respective European leaders to India. The visit by the King of Jordan and the unfolding political crisis in Sri Lanka are the other topics that are covered.
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Part I India – Domestic developments
Standstill of parliamentary democracy?
Political earthquake in North India?
Current political developments
Escalation with Pakistan and in Kashmir
Impasse in Kashmir?
Part II India – Economic Developments
Farmers March in Maharashtra
Part III India – Foreign Policy Developments
India’s re-‘new’-found partner
German President seeks further ties
King of Jordan visits India
Part IV South Asia
Cracks in the ruling alliance in Sri Lanka
Part V Press Articles on major domestic and foreign policy issues
As always, a number of complementary articles provide the reader with a much wider and deeper understanding of the politics in India, South Asia and across the wider region, through an Indian-centred perspective.
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