- Following the announcement that he will retire after the elections this year, what will Manmohan Singh's legacy look like?
- Meanwhile, the Congress Party has hired a PR firm to revamp Rahul Gandhi's public image. Saubhik Chakrabarti argues that Rahul should decline to be the Congress candidate for prime minister, and instead focus on reforming the way Congress chooses its candidates.
- Was 2013 the worst year in Indian foreign policy?
- After Delhi's state elections last year failed to yield a parliamentary majority, the anti-corruption Aam Aadmi Party has formed government with the support of the Congress Party. What does this mean for Indian politics, and what challenges lie ahead for AAP?
- Teresita and Howard Schaffer ask how Narendra Modi is likely to approach foreign policy.
- Foreign Policy speaks to Sadanand Dhume, Philip Oldenburg, and Ashutosh Varshney about India's race to the polls.
- India's economic woes are threatening to reverse the trend towards urbanisation.
- Why the public discourse on secularism in India mustn't dwell on Modi.
- On national security, C Raja Mohan argues:
The Indian political classes, both old and new, are gravely mistaken if they think national security is fair game in the elections and the contest for power at home can be conducted without reference to the world outside.