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Gautam Sen

Gautam Sen

Dr. Gautam Sen taught international political economy at the London School of Economics and Political Science for over two decades.

Socialization, Education and Hindu Identity
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Socialization, Education and Hindu Identity

Gautam Sen- May 5, 2020

The spread of grotesque miseducation and intellectual nullity have become the unfailing handmaiden of destructive nihilistic protest in India that longs for the dissolution of ... Read More

Bengal from Bakhtiyar Khilji to Mamata Banerjee
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Bengal from Bakhtiyar Khilji to Mamata Banerjee

Gautam Sen- May 1, 2020

There is a lament among Hindu Bengalis about the decline in Bengal’s intellectual and cultural life and its rapid Islamisation under Mamata Banerjee that merits ... Read More

Conspiracy against Narendra Modi’s Government?
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Conspiracy against Narendra Modi’s Government?

Gautam Sen- April 13, 2020

If the US triggers warlike actions in the ocean and on land against China, India will be required to offer itself as an uncomplaining accessory. Read More

History, geopolitics and the Indian predicament
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History, geopolitics and the Indian predicament

Gautam Sen- March 11, 2020

Senior members of the professoriate across the Anglo-Saxon world have basically bayed for blood and dramatically incited mobs in India to do their worst, echoing ... Read More

Bringing India to heel
Archives, Identity (Distortion & Appropriation)

Bringing India to heel

Gautam Sen- January 11, 2020

In the contemporary global geopolitical setting, any Indian leader found to be negotiating in earnest with China to create diplomatic and political space for India ... Read More

Why endangered India has few well-wishers abroad
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Why endangered India has few well-wishers abroad

Gautam Sen- December 26, 2019

India has entered the stage of a quasi-civil war. It is a blunt warning to the incumbent government that it will not be allowed to ... Read More

Ayodhya as a foreign policy issue
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Ayodhya as a foreign policy issue

Gautam Sen- November 22, 2019

Ayodhya may indeed be the turning point in India’s domestic awakening and the stalled process of nation building following the passing away of Sardar Vallabhai ... Read More