Rahul Gandhi (R), India's ruling Congress party Vice President and son of Congress chief Sonia Gandhi, attends an interactive session with the rickshaw pullers ahead of the 2014 general elections in the northern Indian city of Varanasi (REUTERS/Jitendra Prakash).

Past Event

India’s 2014 General Election: A Preview

April 8, 2014

On Tuesday, April 8th, the India Project hosted a discussion previewing India's 2014 General Elections. Panelists looked at the context in which the elections are taking place, Indian public opinion in the run-up to the elections as reflected in a new Pew survey, the potential outcomes, as well as the impact on U.S.-India relations.

  • Interview | La Razón

    The Rise of Anti-Politics

    February 24, 2013, Carlo Bastasin

  • In the News

    It's pretty clear that at the last minute, a lot of women made a decision that Obama really understood what their economic concerns were. Yes, they want control over their own body...but decisions over health care can limit their ability to control economics as well.

    November 9, 2012, Elisabeth Jacobs, CBS News
  • In the News

    Rated on energy, charm, and political smarts, Michelle Obama is the most important and successful first lady in a presidential campaign since 'Lady Bird' Johnson in 1964.

    November 7, 2012, Stephen Hess, The Washington Examiner
  • In the News

    [Obama had a] decisive Electoral College win of at least 303 votes and more than half the popular vote with a 2.5 million margin, while the Republicans lost three Senate seats...It points to an exacerbation of partisan voting and no new coalition building.

    November 7, 2012, Thomas E. Mann, Government Executive
  • In the News

    I think [Mitt] Romney was done in by the fact that he could not get far enough to the center credibly enough. He had to go too far right in the primaries. And the reason for that is you have some fierce constituencies in the Republican Party that do not want the party to change.

    November 7, 2012, Jonathan Rauch, Voice of America
  • Expert Q & A | Beth Akers

    Obama Versus Romney: The Cost of Higher Education

    November 5, 2012, Beth Akers

  • Expert Q & A | John Hudak

    What Polling Really Tells Us

    November 5, 2012, John Hudak

  • Expert Q & A | Elisabeth Jacobs

    Women and the Economy: Key Election Issues

    November 5, 2012, Elisabeth Jacobs

  • Expert Q & A | Philip A. Wallach

    Campaign Platforms: What the Candidates Failed to Address

    November 5, 2012, Philip A. Wallach

  • In the News

    Even among Catholics who attend church once a week or more, a group that is often considered more socially conservative...A majority believe the Catholic Church should emphasize issues related to justice and our obligations to the poor.

    October 25, 2012, E.J. Dionne, Jr., America Magazine

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