India's election 2019

India’s national elections have come to a close, and the votes are ready to be counted. Amid the election process, Time magazine put India’s Prime Minister Modi on its cover and called him the country’s “Divider in Chief.” So, what are the results of five years of Modi’s rule in the world’s largest democracy? And what will happen if he’s given another five years?

Guests: Atul Aneja, associate editor with The Hindu; Rong Ying, vice president and senior research fellow at the China Institute of International Studies; and Xu Qinduo, senior fellow at the Pangoal Institution

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