This month’s edition draws on a variety of domestic challenges that grapple India. The spate of brutal child rapes and the dilemma of death penalty, problematic Parliament, upcoming Karnataka elections, fake encounters, CPI/M, etc. The economic performance of Karnataka is also covered under the economic development section.
PM Modi’s triple European tour attempts a balanced relation between traditional and new partners. Great bonhomie presented by Modi and Xi at Wuhan. Also PM Oli of Nepal resets relations with India albeit with a different equation.
Part I India – Domestic developments
Karnataka: a ‘hung’ Parliament?
Karnataka: Lingayat as a separate religion?
The security situation in Karnataka
Party Congress of the CPI/M
Violence in North- and Central-India
]Standstill in Parliament
Naidu’s open critique of the BJP
Yogi Adithyanath’s ‘Encounter Raj’
Politics of Rapes
Death sentence for rapes of children
Part II India – Economic Developments
Karnataka—an economic profile of the state
Part III India – Foreign Policy Developments
Modi in Sweden and the Indo-Nordic Summit
Modi’s visit to UK: bilateral talks and the CHOGM
Modi-Xi talks at Wuhan Summit
Part IV South Asia
Visit with a twist by Prime Minister Oli of Nepal
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.
What are Hungary’s conditions for lifting its Ukraine Facility veto?
by Euractiv 12/01/2024
In this episode, Evi Kiorri asks Andriy Korniychuk, policy analyst and expert on Ukraine matters at the Foundation for European Progressive Studies: what are Viktor Orbán's conditions, and why is Hungary considering changing its position?
Une réforme de l’UE qui intéressera forcément les Suisses
by Le Temps 24/11/2023
'EU reform bound to be of interest to the Swiss', an opinion piece in Le Temps on EU Treaties changes by Maria João Rodrigues, FEPS President, Guillaume Klossa, Director of think tank EuropaNova and Daniela Schwarzer, Executive board member Bertelsmann Stiftung
« Le moment est venu de lancer un débat sur la réforme de l’Union européenne »
by Le Monde 22/11/2023
'The time has come to launch a debate on the reform of the European Union', an opinion piece in Le Monde on Eu Treaties changes by Maria João Rodrigues, FEPS President, Guillaume Klossa, Director of think tank EuropaNova and Daniela Schwarzer, Executive board member Bertelsmann Stiftung
A Europa em tempo de guerras
by Público 06/11/2023
'Europe in times of wars'. With two wars unfolding in the European neighbourhood, FEPS President, Maria João Rodrigues, reflects in Público on the EU's capacity to play its role as a major international actor and exert its own strategic autonomy
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