Pravin Prakash is a Doctoral Fellow with the Heidelberg Graduate School for the Humanities and Social Sciences and the Institute of Political Science at Heidelberg University. He works on democratic backsliding, the politics of control in hybrid regimes, as well as political violence and religious nationalism in India.
A tale of two countries: interpreting The Kashmir Files
Once famed for their secular constitutions, India and Singapore have taken different tacks on religious vilification.
Competing shades of saffron in Indian politics
Recent strife in the city of Ayodhya must be seen as an omen of a shifting political agenda ahead of India’s elections.