Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

In the New York Times, Varshney comments on restoring the Ganges River and India’s search for a new prime minister.

Ashutosh Varshney, professor of political science and director of the Brown-India Program, comments on the pledge by Narendra Modi, a front-runner in the race for prime minister in India, to clean up the Ganges River. Varshney says that while all would embrace the idea, it wouldn't necessarily get Modi more votes.

May 16, 2014