India After the Elections: Inspirations for Europe
Six and a half decades after independence, India has grown into a regional power which is a member of the G20 and BRICS, has nuclear weapons and aspires to play a leading role in the global world. At the same time, India suffers from lack of electricity and water, it is constrained by bureaucracy and torn by economic inequality and social tensions. Governing India – a multi-ethnic and multi-religious sub-continent inhabited by 1.2 billion people – calls for many abilities on the part of its leaders. Their experiences could prove valuable for the political leaders of Europe – writes Malgorzat Bonikowska, phd in her analysis of post-election India.
Read full analysis here: [PLIK] M. Bonikowska: “India after the elections: Inspirations for Europe”, VI 2014 [ENG]