India Has a Key Role to Play in a Possible New World Order
In the first half of April 2022, India’s External Affairs Minister Subrahmanyam Jaishankar made some revealing remarks at a press conference in Washington, D.C. He was standing beside US Secretary … Keep reading »
Canadian Diaspora Condemns Anti-Muslim Violence in India
We, the undersigned, strongly condemn the recent wave of violence against the Muslim community in India unleashed by Hindu right wing groups affiliated with the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). … Keep reading »
Planning, Democracy, Socialism: Learning from Kerala
The 20th and early 21st centuries have witnessed numerous projects that link planning praxis to strategies of structural change. For the last two generations, the state of Kerala, India has … Watch video »
Neoliberalism’s Toll: Impacts on India’s Peasants and Workers
This article deals with the impact of the neoliberal policies pursued since 1991, on the working people of India, and in particular on poor peasants and wage labourers. It is … Keep reading »
India: Statement on Repeal of Farm Laws
After over 15 months of farmers protests, Modi has finally been made to accept defeat and to come out and announce the repeal of the three farm laws. Keep reading »
What Does India Get Out of Being Part of ‘The Quad’?
Australia has joined the US and UK games to contain China, leaving India unclear in the Quad and isolated in Asia. India is gradually losing strategic autonomy. Keep reading »
Whither Farmers’ Struggles in India?
The ongoing struggle of farmers in India is the most significant mass mobilization in decades and represents the biggest challenge to the government of Narendra Modi since it first came … Keep reading »
Indian Farmers Against Neoliberalism
What are the triggers, and the historic context of the massive farmers’ protests in India. Keep reading »
India’s Pandemic Disaster: The Responsibility of Modi and the BJP
As infections and deaths mount at a terrifying pace in India, the prime minister’s culpability for the crisis has become startlingly clear. Keep reading »
How India’s Farmers’ Protests Could Upend the Political Landscape
For the past three months, Indian farmers and agricultural workers have been in the middle of a difficult struggle against the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Tens of thousands … Keep reading »
Solidarity with Farmers of India
In a full-page ad in the Toronto Star on February 27, labour, community and civil society organizations in Canada and elsewhere expressed their support for India’s farmers. This Declaration of … Keep reading »
Why Are People Going Hungry in India Despite a Massive Grain Surplus?
The Indian intelligentsia has an incredible propensity to swallow the self-serving arguments of metropolitan capitalism that are typically supposed to constitute ‘economic wisdom’, and nowhere is this more evident than … Keep reading »1 2 3 Next Page »