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Retrospective of the #IndiaVotes2014 blogpost series

 

With the elections in India over, it’s time to revisit our #IndiaVotes2014 blogpost series organised by Professor Katharine Adeney for Ballots and Bullets and IAPS!

 

1)      The Continuing Importance of Regional Parties: The View from Tamil Nadu by Andrew Wyatt

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10378

2)      What’s left of the Left? by Indrajit Roy

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10364

3)      Modi-fying India? A presidential campaign and the challenge of parliamentary governance by Dr James Chiriyankandath

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10339

4)      Modi and the United States by Profesor Sumit Ganguly

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10337

5)      A historic election or business as usual? by Professor Katharine Adeney

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10332

6)      Beyond the Trishul and the Tamasha: Hindu Nationalism in Different Places by Ketan Alder

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10325

7)      India’s election: The View from China by Dr David O’Brien

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10322

8)      “It’s the economy, stupid”: How the poor economic performance of the UPA regime is a key issue in the Indian elections by Kunal Sen

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10317

9)      Modi and non-Muslim minorities by Sajeda Momin

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10313

10)   Diverse Development Narratives in the Indian Elections of 2014 by Dr Aseema Sinha 

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10308

11)   Plus ça change…? Women candidates and the 2014 Lok Sabha elections by Carole Spary

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10297

12)   Tribes, Forest Rights & Political Drivers in Koraput, Odisha by Kamla Khanal and Sarah Jewitt

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10293

13)   Same Difference: The Congress, the BJP and India’s development by Indrajit Roy

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10290

14)   India’s general election: Will the South save or sink the Congress Party? By Dr James Chiriyankandath

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10285

15)   Tamil Nadu: The Southern Crucible by Andrew Wyatt

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10276

16)   A Transformed Foreign Policy? Foreign policy commitments (or their absence) in the Indian election by Sumit Ganguly

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10273

17)   A big ‘U-turn’?  The assumed shock of a BJP success to Sino-Indian relations by Lan-Shu Tseng

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10271

18)   Too little, too late – the BJP’s manifesto by Sajeda Momin

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10265

19)   Historicising anti-corruption in India’s 2014 election, Part Two by William Gould

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10263

20)   Historicising anti-corruption in India’s 2014 election, Part One by William Gould

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10260

21)   The Puzzling Case of Cash for Votes by Andrew Wyatt

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10249

22)   The Indian Elections: A perspective from Pakistan by Professor Mohammad Waseem

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10234

23)   The Making of Narendra Modi by Dr. Aseema Sinha

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10232

24)   Pre-electoral coalitions in 2014 by Dr E Sridharan

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10212

25)   Is “Programmatic Politics” Possible in the Absence of Party Programmes? Assessing the Alleged Demise of Patronage Politics in India by Rob Jenkins

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10205

26)   Aiming to defy gravity – the Aam Aadmi Party in the 2014 Indian Elections by Dr Alistair McMillan

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10176

27)   Violence, legitimacy and the Indian elections by Professor Subrata K. Mitra

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10174

28)   The alternative politics of AAP, or the anti-politics of NOTA? by Dr Bhaskar Vira

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10161

29)   There’s a Health Care Crisis in India by Roger Jeffery

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10158

30)   Does Foreign Policy Matter? by Sumit Ganguly

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10156

31)   Battle for the Regions in India’s Parliamentary Elections by Louise Tillin 

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10131

32)   India 2014: The Main Issues by Andrew Wyatt

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10129

33)   India’s general election: The Modi factor by Dr James Chiriyankandath

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10110

34)   Alliances are the key to understanding India’s general election by Professor Katharine Adeney

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10092

35)   And they’re off! 16th Indian general election given green light  by Professor Katharine Adeney

http://nottspolitics.org/?p=10083

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