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Book Review: ‘Technofeudalism: What Killed Capitalism’ by Yanis Varoufakis

"Technofeudalism: What Killed Capitalism" is a well-written, relevant, and enjoyable read, with Varoufakis's theory poised to gain accuracy and significance with each passing year.

Book Review: ‘Being Muslim in Hindu India’ by Ziya Us Salam

In conclusion, "Being Muslim in Hindu India" is not only an informative read but also a call to action for a more inclusive and empathetic society, showcasing Salam's distinctive blend of passion and factual depth.

Book Review: ‘Beijing Rules’ by Bethany Allen

"Beijing Rules" by Allen explores China's tactics to exploit Western vulnerabilities, such as linking market access to political compliance, deploying punitive tariffs, conducting disinformation campaigns, using private firms for global surveillance, and using vaccines as geopolitical bargaining chips.

Book Review: ‘Who Cares about Parliament’ by Derek O’Brien

"Who Cares about Parliament" by Derek O'Brien, a politician, quizmaster, and Rajya Sabha member from West Bengal, critiques how the Indian Parliament has been undermined and disrespected in the last decade by the ruling party and its allies.

Book Review: ‘She, The Leader’ by Nidhi Sharma

The profiles within "She, the Leader" cast a luminous spotlight on the outstanding contributions that women politicians have made to the vibrant tapestry of Indian politics.

Anuradha Bhasin on Article 370 and her latest book “A Dismantled...

In their book, "A Dismantled State: The Untold Story of Kashmir after Article 370," the author Anuradha Bhasin sheds light on the profound impact of the Indian government's engagement with the region...