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Modi’s ideological project in Jammu and Kashmir

Curfews, internet shutdowns and house arrests: is this the ‘darkest day in Indias democracy?

By Ned Donovan

Narendra Modi is the powerful leader India craves

He spearheads large projects that project his image across India in a presidential way

By Ned Donovan

How Trump changed his tune on Saudi Arabia and Qatar

Today marks the first anniversary of an ongoing embargo more familiar to the 19th Century than the 21st. Last June, Saudi Arabia – and its allies the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt – imposed a ‘land, sea, and air blockade’ of its tiny neighbour Qatar. The embargo, Saudi Arabia claimed, was in response to Qatar supposedly funding Islamic […]

By Ned Donovan

Six facts about the royal wedding you really didn’t need to know

There are less than 24 hours to go until Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle. It is the wedding that no one in Britain seems to care about, but has transfixed the rest of the world. So to keep you informed on the big day, here is The Spectator’s idiot’s guide to the royal wedding: 1. What […]

By Ned Donovan

Faith

Is Piers Morgan the only Catholic offended by the Met Gala?

It will come as no surprise that something in the news has Piers Morgan deeply troubled. For the past two days, Morgan has been incandescent over the Met Gala and its dress code. In a column for MailOnline he claims that, as a Catholic, he has become a victim of cultural appropriation due to fancy […]

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