That is the one headline the world is reading about India, and it is a potentially damaging story...
More than a million Indians are joining the labor force every month, and that process is going to continue for the next couple of decades.
Worldwide inflation and a global economic slowdown will impact India’s import bill and constrain Indian exports—a driver of growth.
The start of a new year creates a unique opportunity to appreciate the areas in which India has made concerted progress in recent years.
The host of Carnegie’s podcast on Indian politics shares his three favorite reads from 2022.
It would be daring of the Opposition to make public service delivery the leitmotif of its general election campaign in 2024. But one thing is for sure: Until and unless the Opposition forges an affirmative agenda that goes beyond attacking Modi and the BJP, its collective post-election analysis in 2024 will look a lot like 2019.
Since its independence in 1947, India’s leaders have sought to grasp the greatness that the country seemed destined for.
One, the socioeconomic agenda may stage a comeback. There is certainly a limit to identity politics, when it does not deliver or when it results in more poverty.
Please join us for a lively discussion between Ambassador Sandhu and Ashley J. Tellis on the current and future prospects of U.S.-India ties.
In today’s episode, Milan helped us unpack this uneasy balance by exploring why political parties give tickets to criminals, why people continue to vote for them and whether this status quo is likely to change.