Reading Time: 14 minutes The citizens and the elites, have failed democracy and thus enabled right-wing authoritarian populism to flourish in many, ex-democracies.
Reading Time: 9 minutes In this two-part article, I discuss the personality and politics of such leaders and the social context that provided the fertile ground for their rise.
Reading Time: 5 minutes The importance of class struggle against the capital’s unbridled attack on working class was never felt as much it’s felt now, during the era of Coronavirus
Reading Time: 7 minutes Right wing populism is quickly emerging as a new dominant political discourse. It is radically re-constituting the uneven field of politics on which ideological battles are fought. Right-wing demagogues use a diversified repertoire of rhetorical tools to not only temporarily acquire dominance but to disaggregate frozen beliefs and re-configure them. To analyse this process of re-constitution, this article uses the vocabulary provided by George Orwell in his seminal book “1984”.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Recently the infamous BJP stooge and former Times Now anchor, Arnab Goswami resurrected at an event in Bengaluru, providing a brief hint about his forthcoming venture called “Republic”, which according […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes (This article was first published in May 2015 in the previous version of People’s Review. Due to an incident of hacking the old website was pulled down and we could […]