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Centralized Federalism and Autonomy in India

Nyla Ali Khan writes that increased regional autonomy will likely remain in an ambiguous state because of the “murky den of centralized federalism” in India. New Delhi’s talk of revitalized federalism should be viewed with skepticism, she contends, because the national government has repeatedly failed to address the grievances of the nation’s disaffected ethnic minorities. Read more here.