The World’s Most Thriving Art Form

‘What is art’ is a serious question, because as with so many things, it’s about you. We have long abandoned the view that art...

Donald Trump, House Speaker?

“Indeed, the Speakership’s visibility would return Trump an essential political asset: the power to shape the news cycle and, by extension, the political landscape to his advantage.”

Our Sporting Heroes And The Question Of Accountability

Questioning Tribalism and the Cult of Ronaldo

The Nation In Olympia

Unpicking the narrative around bodies, sport and statehood

The Woes of Celebrity Activism

On the rise of commodified philanthropy, consumerism and capitalistic stardom

The Unfulfilled Promises of Meritocracy

On the frustration of a stratified India, its meritocratic institutions, and educational mobility

The Death of an Activist

The recent demise of Father Stan Swamy presents us with an ugly picture of the ramifications of dissent in India

India On The Brink: The Folly Of Poor Economics

"Covid-19 merely exacerbated structural shortcomings in the economy, which had been ailing long before the coronavirus reached India’s shores."

The Case For Dissent: Shrinking Spaces For Free Speech On Campuses

The preservation of discourse at universities requires us not to speak out, but to listen