A resurgence of the idea that India belongs to those of ‘Indic faith’ drove the riots, which killed 44.
But Washington and New Delhi have growing differences over trade.
And vice versa. The two countries are too different for their populist leaders to be meaningfully compared.
The Amazon chief gets the cold shoulder from Modi. Other foreign companies may feel the chill.
Imran Khan supports protests against the new citizenship law, and hurts the cause in the process.
Unemployment is at a 45-year high as thousands of Indians protest his policies toward Muslims.
A new citizenship law gives ‘special consideration’ to most every other religious minority—and Hindus.
The Rajapaksa brothers’ return in Sri Lanka is the latest blow to liberalism and Western influence.
With a slowing economy, nationalists in India may target other places they claim for temples.
Accepting Huawei would save money for New Delhi, but only at the cost of strategic autonomy.
The scapegoating of a Nobel Prize-winning native demonstrates the pitfalls of nationalism.