Modi campaigned less as prime minister, and more as leader of India’s largest cult, his popularity barely dented by his obvious failures. He is selling illusions of grandeur – and Indians are still eager customers
Khinvraj Jangid teaches at the Jindal Center for Israel Studies at the OP Jindal Global University in Delhi. He recently completed a one-year research project at The David Berg Institute for Law and History at Tel Aviv University
Modi has radically changed India's security doctrine to better reflect his angry, aggressive nationalism. Further escalation with Pakistan is not a matter of if, but when
Opinion India Independence Day: Like Israel, India's Founding Values Challenged From Within by Religion
India and Israel strove to become democratic, modern nation-states upon independence but appear to be reaching the same outcome: founding ideals challenged from within
From David Ben-Gurion onwards, Israeli leaders pursued a long, unrequited love affair with India. Why were they rebuffed for so long?