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Nandan Nilekani
, 26 July 2016
The India Stack – connecting bank accounts, unique ID numbers and mobile phones – will deliver massive productivity in services
Richard Weitz
, 21 July 2016
Amid rising nationalism, the democratic powers of the West struggle to retain openness and economic integration
Marc Grossman
, 19 July 2016
Failed coup attempt in Turkey ushers in harsh response, reducing chances for reforms
Nayan Chanda
, 14 July 2016
With its hard line, China has painted itself into a corner while increasing the chance of conflict with its neighbors
Dilip Hiro
, 12 July 2016
India joined global markets with its 1991 New Economic Policy, lifting GDP, but the income gap widened
Debalina Ghoshal
, 7 July 2016
China rushes to invest in Iran, a Middle East pivot, as the US stubbornly sticks to sanctions
Saroj Kumar Rath
, 5 July 2016
ISIS reverses course: Jihadists leave Syria, putting countries like Bangladesh under siege and driving wedges amid political squabbling
Joseph Chamie
, 30 June 2016
Median age gaps of 10 years and more between sending and receiving nations add to migration pressures
Farok J. Contractor
, 28 June 2016
More truth-telling is needed in a complex world where the disgruntled try to cherry-pick among regulations, globalization
Daniel Twining
, 23 June 2016
The UK votes to leave the EU, and fury over cross-border economic and political cooperation won’t subside
Bennett Ramberg
, 21 June 2016
The 70-year-old Baruch Plan to eliminate nuclear weapons could prevent another arms race
Azeem Ibrahim
, 16 June 2016
Myanmar’s fledgling democracy is marred by denying rights for a Muslim minority, urging foreigners to avoid historical term “Rohingya”
Nick Frisch
, 14 June 2016
China’s leaders moved ahead with economic reforms soon after the Tiananmen crackdown, but silenced politics and memories
Alan Stoga
, 9 June 2016
The shocks of Brexit could galvanize a smaller EU toward integration, common institutions and direct elections
Harsh V. Pant
, 7 June 2016
Modi envisions India as a leading power in shaping global outcomes and seeks US support
Harry J. Kazianis
, 2 June 2016
US naval excursions are temporary response to Beijing’s permanent islands and equipment in the South China Sea
Mohammed Ayoob
, 31 May 2016
Ambitions of Turkey’s President Erdoğan are damaging the nation’s standing with regional and international partners
Ian Shapiro and Nicholas Strong
, 26 May 2016
Boycotting Israeli firms that hire Palestinians won’t deliver peace; business-housing programs like New York’s Co-op City offer an alternative
Murray Hiebert
, 24 May 2016
The US lifts an arms embargo for once nemesis Vietnam, but the latter does not want China to worry
Yoichi Funabashi
, 19 May 2016
Boosting and training coast guards is a civilian-power solution to tensions in the East and South China Seas