Why India’s warnings about Sikh separatism don’t get much traction in the West


People hold flags during a Sikh rally outside the Indian Consulate in Toronto to raise awareness in the wake of the Canadian prime minister

The current India-Canada crisis has exposed a sharp disconnect between India and the West on the issue of Sikh separatism. Michael Kugelman of the Wilson Center’s South Asia Institute explains why.

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