How to get India back on track
A playbook for how Indian policymakers can return the country to a path of high and sustained economic growth.
If Pedro Sánchez Castejón hopes to lead Spain and his party out of its current economic crisis, he must recognize that the crisis is fundamentally a conflict between the interests of Europe’s bankers and of Europe’s workers.
As negotiations on a lasting cease-fire in Gaza grind on in Cairo, it’s not only the animosity between Israel and Hamas that is complicating the talks—it’s also Egypt’s role as mediator.
The probability is growing that a relatively minor incident in the proximity of an unimportant, remote and barren islet in the East China or South China seas could plunge Asia, and perhaps even the world, into another confrontation.
The battle that pitted the Lebanese Armed Forces against Islamist extremist groups led by the Islamic State (ISIS) in the border town of Arsal in early August 2014 has exposed a web of intertwined problems in Lebanon.
Hezbollah uses its image, language, and its charismatic leader, Hassan Nasrallah, to legitimize its political aims and ideology and appeal to different target groups.
It is time for new and creative ways to deal with Asia’s strategic uncertainties.
Kyiv and Moscow are on a collision course. They may already be past the point of no return where a negotiated solution might have kept the crisis from escalating.
The world can be an awfully dangerous and unpredictable place.
The specter of terrorism in Tunisia may force a postponement of planned parliamentary and presidential elections and derail the country's political transition – the Arab Spring’s only apparent success story.
Now that Erdogan has won the Turkish Presidency, the question is how he will restore Turkey’s relationship with its allies and what the future of Turkish foreign policy will be.
New Delhi must make up its mind on Beijing’s invitation to jointly build the new silk roads in inner Asia and the Indo-Pacific littoral.
Jihadist groups operating in Central Asia pose a real threat, but they are not the only or even the primary danger facing the region’s regimes.
One of the few positive outcomes of the current conflict in Gaza is that the Palestinian Authority may have a chance to play a greater role in Gaza.
An oil production boom in the Northern Great Plains is threatening the region’s water resources. Comprehensive management is needed to mitigate the risks.
Recep Erdogan's transition to the presidency is a turning point in the nation’s politics; the question is what path he will lead the country down now.
New Delhi will have to walk a fine line between ignoring Pakistan and keeping the door to better relations open enough to provide a real incentive for Islamabad to adopt meaningful new policies.
A long-term U.S. strategy toward the Middle East must embrace not just momentarily stabilizing choices but those that will promote changes that make stability more durable.
Financial restructuring in Egypt has become a matter of urgency which can no longer be postponed.
The tragic irony in Egypt is that while fuel subsidy programs benefit the higher income brackets, lowering them will more negatively impact other groups.
Political changes in the Middle East have reduced the importance to the Obama administration, and perhaps to future American administrations, of resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
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