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.
To combat Boko Haram, U.S. officials need to get tough on Nigerian leaders for their flagrant effort to control the outcome of the election.
Prior to Australia’s pending negotiations with India over terms to facilitate implementation of the nuclear cooperation agreement, India has weakened the information-sharing provisions in such arrangements with Canada and the United States.
The time has come for political India to put the second World War in its proper historical context and celebrate the extraordinary contributions of the Indian people in defeating fascism and making of the modern world order.
President Obama’s new national security strategy is many things but a strategy isn’t one of them.
If uranium supplier states are deterred from accounting for their uranium in India, that would inform all NPT parties that have pledged to renounce nuclear weapons that it doesn’t matter whether nuclear goods, sold on condition that they will be used peacefully, might be used to make deadly arms.
Syrian jihad will not be replicated by Central Asian combatants returning home, but fundamentalist ideals are long-established in this region and will not go away.
In Europe and the West at large, the likes of the Kouachi brothers are the product of a long and sinuous history tying the two shores of the Mediterranean together.
A strategy of political openness and economic opportunity must be put hand-in-hand with the military campaign against the Islamic State.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo faces two huge challenges. The first is political and has mesmerized the country for the last fortnight. The second is economic, less well known and less urgent, but will also test his leadership mettle.
The Assad regime’s belief that, by hanging tough, it will compel the United States both to accept its terms and make its regional allies follow suit is a high-risk gamble.
Jordan’s revenge marks a major shift in the war against the Islamic State and is likely to change the nature of the actors in the Syrian conflict.
Undoubtedly, the Syrian civil war will find its place in the history books as the ultimate example of cynical realpolitik.
Jordan is currently calling for intensified strikes against the Islamic State in response to the execution of Jordanian pilot Moaz al-Kasasbeh.
Commodity price drops and the U.S. diplomatic breakthrough with Cuba are affecting China’s relations with Latin American countries.
Russia is backing a new offensive in the Donbas and economic sanctions are not stopping it. Should U.S. military aid to Ukraine be the next step?
The proposal to send lethal aid to Ukraine is both inadequate and dangerous. There needs to be a wider discussion on the consequences of such a move by the United States.
The fight against the Islamic State is an ideological battle as much as it is a military one.
Those who worried that Modi might be provoking China by drawing too close to the United States have reasons to be reassured as External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj concludes a very successful visit to Beijing.
Unless a farsighted Central government can champion campaign finance reforms, the after-effects of the ill-fated 1969 ban on company donations are likely to be felt long after its 45th anniversary.
European nationalists have successfully convinced the world, against all logic, that the European crisis is a conflict among nations, and not among economic sectors.
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