While Chinese official media peddles a narrative of victory over COVID-19, and western powers like the US reel from the pandemic, an important part forgotten in the COVID saga are the Chinese people. Zhuo Ling brings forth their perspective.
How does a State regulate a public square like Twitter? Is the involvement of a state in banning individual accounts justified? Are states right in involving private companies in law enforcement? Parth Maniktala from the Faculty of Law, India, explains.
The longstanding hope that compulsions of India's liberal Constitution would reign in the BJP and Narendra Modi's Hindutva agenda were mistaken. Saarang Narayan from the University of Leeds argues that India ignored the impending signs available all along.
Hitler's propaganda-rich biography Mein Kampf has once again become a bestseller in India. At a time when far-right populism rises across the world, it is important to take a re-look at how Fascism operates in contemporary polity.