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During his seven years in office, the Indian prime-minister Modi has been accused of concentrating authority in his own hands, dismantling democratic institutions, and advancing religious majoritarianism in political and public life. Meanwhile, he and his party continue to win election after election. Why is he so popular? How do democratic challenges on the domestic front affect India’s global rise to power? With political scientist Prof. Srirupa Roy (University of Göttingen).
In collaboration with the Centre for Global Challenges and SIB-Utrecht.
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The world in motion
Journalist Sophie Derkzen (Bureau Buitenland, VPRO) interviews international experts about global power shifts.