Bilal Ahmed is a writer and activist who has been published widely. He specializes in the greater Middle East and race theory from the perspective of intellectual history. He is an editor and columnist for the online magazine Souciant.
It was September 2008. As the Bush Administration prepared to leave office with America’s global reputation in shambles, something that seemed astonishing happened. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who had already been treating American officials like Secretary of State Condoleeza Rice with uncharacteristic generosity, stated, “the people of India deeply love you, President Bush.” ForREAD MORE