Professor Ashutosh Varshney of Brown University analyzes the current state of India's democratic system as well as the strengths and challenges in this rapidly growing nation. Full interview.
Thank you reject it actually. Talked about what's happening in India today as the Indians killed -- And what do you mean. So -- has the caller my co wrote for Financial Times. A year ago. And I was beginning to see. It's striking similarities. Between what was happening and you know what is happening. And there -- senator of America's eyes up to the civil war. And -- -- and stuff for. Good division -- for instance for America off to -- civil war. Perhaps the highest go through to achieve in human history up to that point. Roughly 7000 button for fifty years that ups and downs when best campus groups critical of England this medicine. Economic historian. And America. In the mid 1960s. Was roughly. Seventy to 75%. From the room. It was a primary and who will society as in days now. And it was -- and -- and is really quickly in amazingly quickly India is -- it -- important plus for us and I don't know. But the main point was that. That when an economy grows at 72%. In some sectors grow -- eighteen to nineteen to 20%. -- -- -- -- -- -- And in those sectors that possibilities. -- corruption and in government business confusion especially about. Lines. The possibilities ends. And if one regulation is many predicted it. And the politician and the businessmen and they didn't give credit concerns. All three of them could become want to been excellent all night. So it's.