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 India is to achieve the same sustained success as China, then it needs to take a hard look at why its urbanization process has failed so miserably in comparison.
It is up to the European Union, as the often-overlooked mediator of the nuclear talks, to make a push for regional cooperation after a possible deal.
Tunisia was the first country that underwent an Arab Spring transition to democracy and has been the most successful so far. But what challenges still lie ahead?
By unveiling an expansive action plan in Dhaka for economic integration and transborder connectivity, Modi can help Delhi end the widespread negative narrative on the subcontinent’s prospects and extend the positive dynamic in the east to the north and the west.
If China and Russia manage to coordinate the Eurasian Economic Union and the Silk Road Economic Belt, the change will mean not only a more genuine partnership between Moscow and Beijing, but China’s arrival, with Russia’s support, as a truly Eurasian power.
Hezbollah is Lebanon’s strongest political party. However, its military intervention in the Syrian conflict has put it at a crossroads.
China continues to view Venezuela as a key source of oil, but Beijing has also been strengthening its private and public energy partnerships with other Latin American countries.
Will the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) be able to secure the 10 percent threshold needed to enter the Turkish parliament?
Vacancies are hurting important institutions in India.
Food security has been eroded in Syria over the last few years, with production of main crops falling by varying degrees mainly due to the impact of the conflict on fertilizers, the disruption of trade routes, and the reduction of subsidies on fuel.
Many leaders seem oblivious to the urgent need to change their ways and those of their organizations in order to retain power.
The politics of economic reform in Turkey can be facilitated by a coalition government.
With the peace process at a standstill, it is now time to begin thinking about incremental alternatives focused on improving lives and renewing efforts with international organizations.
New technologies offer powerful tools for empowerment, yet democracy around the world is stagnating.
Morocco’s Justice and Spirituality movement has always existed outside the mainstream political arena, and there is little reason to expect that to change.
Myanmar’s military may have stepped back from direct control of key institutions, but it is poised to reestablish its authority whenever that becomes necessary.
Multinationals and Western governments should help Nigeria’s new president clean up the country’s oil sector and turn it into a model for its resource-rich neighbors to emulate.
Turkish elections have been boring since the AKP came to power in 2002. But this year’s vote is different: the outcome is unpredictable, and the stakes could hardly be higher.
The ongoing dispute threatens to drive U.S.-China relations permanently in a far more adversarial, zero-sum direction and destabilize the region.
A meeting in Paris is held to debate how best to cope with the self-proclaimed Islamic State's successes.
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