Book Reviews

Divided Why We're living in an age of walls

By Soham Joshi
We always hear that populism is the future, our political narratives are going to be defined by populism. Populism is on the rise, whether it is left-wing or right-wing. However, populism is not just created out of thin air.

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The Indian Democracy and its Treatment of Islamic Minority

By Shefali Mahtre
In Visible Muslim Invisible Citizen, Salman Khurshid addresses the identity of India’s largest minority and its relationship with the Indian democracy. The book is filled with Khurshid’s ideas.

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Understanding the Post-Truth

By Soham Joshi
Delusional Politics which is written by career diplomat Hardeep Singh Puri, as the name suggests, talks about decisions based on hubris judgements that often result in catastrophic consequences for the public at large. The book's positon on Brexit and Trump's election is informative and insightful.

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Dissecting the Layers of 21st Century Identity

By Bonita Gupta
Francis Fukuyama in his latest book explores yet another big idea, human identity, and presents to the readers a sharp warning about the rise of populist nationalism and racism across the world, particularly in Europe and the United States.

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