• Event

    Modernizing India’s Transportation Infrastructure for Sustained Growth

    India’s transportation infrastructure needs are enormous. After decades of underinvestment, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has embarked on a concerted effort to upgrade all elements of India’s transportation networks.

    • Event

    Assessing the Progress and Promise of Economic Reform in India

    To discuss the Indian government’s economic progress to date and its vision for the future, join us for a special Google Hangout featuring Jayant Sinha, India’s union minister of state for finance and Lok Sabha member of Parliament.

    • Event

    India’s Maritime Diplomacy

    • Milan Vaishnav, Yogendra Kumar, Iskander Rehman
    • November 18, 2015
    • Washington, DC

    As India expands its maritime capabilities, new questions have arisen as to whether it has a coherent maritime strategy or the institutional foundations necessary to secure India’s equities, particularly in an increasingly contested Indian Ocean region.

    • Event

    Why India Is Not a Great Power (Yet)

    • Ashley J. Tellis, Bharat Karnad, Lisa Curtis, Daniel Markey, Richard Rossow
    • November 12, 2015
    • Washington, DC

    What are the deficits in India’s military capabilities and in the ‘software’ related to hard power, and how have these shortfalls prevented the country from achieving great-power status?

    • Event

    Afghanistan in 2015: Ripening Investment or Regressive Turns?

    Although President Barack Obama has extended U.S. military presence in Afghanistan, stability in the conflict-torn nation is elusive and close to one and a half decades of Afghan and international investment are at risk.

    • Event

    Creating a New Medina: The Quest for Pakistan

    Contrary to the received wisdom, Pakistan was not simply a vague idea that serendipitously emerged as a nation-state, but was broadly conceived as a sovereign Islamic state—a new Medina.

    • Event

    Does India’s Congress Party Have a Future?

    In the 2014 general election, the Indian National Congress party suffered its worst electoral defeat on record. This decline has raised questions about whether India’s “grand old party” can recapture its past glories.

    • Event

    The Pakistan Paradox: Who Rules the Country Today?

    Nearly seven decades after the Partition of the Indian subcontinent, Pakistan faces a daunting series of existential challenges ranging from ethnic strife to Islamism and terrorism.

    • Event

    India and Pakistan: From Talks to Crisis and Back Again

    The last few months have witnessed nascent efforts to restart high-level bilateral talks between Delhi and Islamabad dashed again by political maneuvering in both capitals. Are the two states doomed to a perpetual state of “not war, not peace,” or is there hope for a way forward?

    • Event

    U.S.-India Economic Ties: Ready for Takeoff?

    • Ashley J. TellisWilliam J. Burns, C. Bergsten, Michael Burke, David Cote, Charles Kaye, Pravin Krishna, Edward Luce, Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw, James McNerney, Sunil Mittal, Cyrus Mistry, Penny Pritzker, Nirmala Sitharaman
    • September 21, 2015
    • Washington, DC

    To initiate an exciting week of efforts between the United States and India to strengthen bilateral relations, Carnegie hosted a half-day conference to discuss the prospects for transformed economic ties between the two countries.

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