Narendra Modi has been reelected. In part, that's because Indian leftists, like American leftists, have been trying to imitate right-wingers rather than countering them.
The author and activist talks to The New Republic about Narendra Modi, the decimation of India's opposition, and the way forward.
As the country heads to the polls, the current prime minister is declaring victory in his "Clean India" campaign. His party still won't acknowledge that the real problem is inequality.
A new policy in India displays imperialism's disastrous aftershocks—but also the way in which legal language is increasingly used, around the globe, to mask what is in fact ethnic cleansing.