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.
There are many ways to make Pakistani military leaders conclude that the cohesion, security, and progress of their own country will be further jeopardized if they fail to act vigorously to prevent terrorism against India.
Narendra Modi’s greatest momentum has been in foreign policy. But the external opportunities he has successfully created for India could be undermined by potential domestic failures.
Cheap oil hurts OPEC member states in the short term. But Saudi Arabia has a long-term view, and the kingdom is trying to expand its share of the global oil market.
Is scholarship relevant to the policymaker? Is the academy preparing people to go into the policy world?
Political dysfunction is doing serious damage to U.S. economic power.
Is it time to think of China less as a trading partner and more as a threat?
Recent major territorial gains by the self-proclaimed Islamic State are making many players very nervous.
An enhanced Common Security and Defense Policy needs all EU member states to show strong political will and a clear vision of what they want this policy to be.
Egypt’s real challenge is ensuring political as well as economic inclusion for the broadest array of social groups and classes possible.
A year after the momentous general election of 2014, some significant changes in Indian political landscape can be seen emerging.
If Europeans do not act resolutely on Ukraine, they risk losing the battle of democratic and economic transition in the East of the continent.
Although geography limits New Delhi’s role in East Asia, Modi is betting India can win friends and partners through active engagement.
Questions clearly remain about whether the Obama approach in the Middle East reflects applied wisdom or over-learned lessons.
India needs to industrialize, but can it do so at the expense of its food security?
Economic integration is crucial in order to achieve rapid and sustainable growth. However, instabilities in the Middle East and North Africa and the recent plunge in oil prices may stifle economic progress.
Nikola Gruevski is fighting for his future as Macedonians take to the streets to protest against his government.
The EU needs to realize that its neighborhood policy is a political not a technical tool, operating in a politicized environment where major conflicts take place.
The value placed on current and future growth says a lot about the quality of that growth. It also has important policy implications, especially for reforms.
The Ukraine crisis was not just about Ukraine, or even Europe. It was about the global order, which promises a long competition with a yet-unforeseen result.
Talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Chinese President Xi Jinping last week ended with the signing of several deals. Perhaps the most important document concerns the leaders' joint declaration on their readiness to unite the Moscow-backed Eurasian Economic Union with the Chinese Silk Road Economic Belt.
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