For DW's #NewNationalism series, Fanny Facsar visits India to find out what "India First" means to supporters of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his BJP party. For some young people, Modi's Hindu nationalism holds a special appeal.
Following her trip to the US, DW's Fanny Facsar headed to India to find out what's driving nationalism in one of Asia's most populous countries. She discovered that religion there can run deeper than democratic values.
The ascent of populism is a problem not just in the West, but also in Asian nations like India, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been whipping up populist sentiment for electoral gains.
DW's Fanny Facsar was born in Hungary. She lives in Germany, but sees herself as European. Perceiving a resurgence of nationalism around the world, she's set off to explore what "Nation" means to different people.
Follow DW reporter Fanny Facsar as she investigates the resurgence of nationalism. She'll travel across Europe, where populist parties are on the rise, before arriving back in Germany for the elections in September.
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