Since the mid-twentieth century, Asia’s two giants have represented alternative models of political modernity. The dramatic political rise of Narendra Modi and Xi Jinping, two self-avowed strongmen, has seen remarkable changes in the aims, structure and exercise of power in both regimes. This seminar examines striking commonalities and the ramifications of these historic developments.
Experts on American politics explore the issues at stake in the US federal election 2020
Clifford Orwin Professor, University of Toronto
Lori Hausegger Associate Professor, Boise State University
David Macdonald Professor, University of Guelph