Publié le 01/12/2014


The Indian People’s Party (BJP) coming to power in the 2014 legislative elections raises many questions about the country’s governance.

How will the Prime Minister Narenda Modi reconcile his centralist strategy with increased freedom accorded to States in the economic sphere? Will militant Hinduism from the Hindu nationalist nexus allow different communities to coexist? Will the economic policy of the BJP simply be a continuation of past choices coupled with greater demand for efficiency?


Article published in Politique étrangère, Vol. 79, No. 4, Winter 2014 [1]