Kapil Komireddi

Kapil Komireddi is the author of Malevolent Republic: A Short History of the New India (Hurst)

Belarusian protestors are a more potent weapon against Lukashenko than Brussels ever has been

The grimness of my flight to Delhi bespoke the special cruelty of this crisis

Our leaders have let us down, so let’s resolve as individuals to end our dependency on the Chinese power wiping out the Uyghurs

On 99th anniversary of PV Narasimha Rao’s birth it is time to rehabilitate a traduced politician

For the Indian premier, the virus is a deus ex machina

To Lal there were no contradictions in defending classical liberalism, democracy, empire and faith in India

How Tedros Ghebreyesus and the WHO devastated the world to flatter China

The plan to remodel Lutyens’s grand capital is a monument to conceit

How the West’s fear of appearing racist obscures the blunders at the beginning of this outbreak