This past April, the Indian government suspended the operating license of Greenpeace-India and froze the group’s bank accounts. Citing “national interest” and “ national security,” government officials alleged that Greenpeace was undermining India’s economy with its environmental campaigns. In the same month, the government placed the Ford Foundation on a security “watch list.” According to officials, the foundation was fomenting “communal disharmony” by funding Sabrang, a controversial Mumbai-b…

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