India's Modi Facing Urgent Economic Challenges After Win
"My sense is that the BJP was effective in keeping macro issues about the economy, such as unemployment or growth rates, outside the narrative of this election campaign. It was partly able to do so by leaning on emotive issues such as national security and Hindu nationalism," said Nikhil Menon, an assistant professor of history at the University of Notre Dame.
Update: Students plan to raise nuclear weapon dangers in fall return to campuses
It was coordinated by the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame in cooperation with the Catholic Peacebuilding Network and Georgetown University's Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs.
India's Modi Paints Image of Hindu Ascetic Called to Power
"The BJP re-election campaign has been a presidential-style one — a relatively new phenomenon in Indian politics," said Nikhil Menon, a historian focused on South Asia at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana.
Explainer: China's rare earth supplies could be vital bargaining chip in U.S. trade war
Since 2010, the government and private industry have built up stockpiles of rare earths and components that use them, according to Eugene Gholz, a former senior Pentagon supply chain expert, who teaches at the University of Notre Dame.