Successful blog series on Hindu Nationalism

By Professor Katharine Adeney IAPS was proud to organise a series of Blog posts on Hindu Nationalism. Contributors from comparative politics, history, journalism, law and political theory reflected on the various issues raised by the election of Modi and the BJP in 2014. The blog series ran in the week of Indian Prime Minister Modi’s …

The NLD wins the Myanmar elections

Written by Marie Lall. On Sunday 8th November 2015 Myanmar went to the polls. More than 90 parties contested seats for the two houses of parliament as well as the 14 state and regional assemblies.  Despite the large number of parties, all eyes were on the opposition NLD and the regime USDP. The official declaration …

An unexpected result? The Indian Election of 2014

IAPS will host (made possible by generous support from the Political Studies Association) an event to assess the Indian election of 2014.  This will be held on the 3rd July 2014 from 9.30am.  Several of the contributors to the #Indiavotes2014 blog, as well as many others, will give their considered analysis of the campaign and …

Indian Election Blog

IAPS will be running an Indian Election Blog over the next few weeks, focusing on aspects of the campaign, candidates, state level politics and personalities.  This will be run from the Ballots and Bullets Blog and will feature posts from academics working on India in the UK, Europe, America, India and Pakistan. See the first post …