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Vivek Dehejia & Rupa Subramanya: Why no centre-right political party in India today? It is perhaps a direct fallout from the misreading of the causes of the defeats of Chandrababu Naidu in Andhra Pradesh and the National Democratic Alliance at the centre in 2004

The Democratic Alliance will lay criminal charges against... just about everyone The DA acting like Oprah with laying charges: you're getting charged, you're getting charged, everyone is getting charged.

Zuma running scared as Madonsela prepares to release state capture findings The Democratic Alliance has lashed out against what it calls a ,coordinated campaign by Zuma and his loyalists to discredit Thuli Madonsela, just as the outgoing Public Protector prepares to release the findings of her state capture investigation.


Rand Paul's Crazy Dream of a Libertarian-Democratic Alliance on Civil Rights Is Actually Happening

In crime bills, signs of that rarest Washington unicorn: bipartisanship.

Four basic food items that have doubled or almost doubled in price since 2015 The Democratic Alliance wants the drought to be declared a national disaster and, by looking at how much food has increased in the last 12 months, it's quite obvious why.

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Manmohan Singh and the politics of decency

A supporter of India's opposition National Democratic Alliance holds a poster of Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who has been criticised for inaction.

Mmusi Maimane addresses UK audience on protecting South Africa's democracy The Leader of the Democratic Alliance gives his views on the state of South Africa's democracy and whether Mandela would have voted for the DA.

The cost of Zuma’s presidency between 2009 and 2016. According to the DA The Democratic Alliance recently published an infographic that brings Zuma’s seven-year tenure into stark focus… for all the wrong reasons.