Volume LIV – Number 2


Abstract: The Indian Farmer’s Protests provide an example of the disharmony between the citizens of developing countries and their government caused by the economic turbulence of 2020. Although the roots of the issue are decades-old, new legislation passed late last year built upon the hardships farmers faced during the pandemic and created one of the largest protest movements in human history. This situation has led to an immense wave of unrest as this segment of the population loses faith in their government.

Keywords: India, Protests, Unrest, Public Policy

About the Author: Eric Ports is a Political Science and History student at Towson University. He is a member of the Towson University Journal of International Affairs and plans to graduate in Spring 2022.

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