When Christian Power Was Arrayed Against a Judeo-Muslim Ideology

Judeo-Muslim multicultural bonds were tested by Christian Portuguese rulers in 16th century India
Jonathan Gil Harris
July 30, 2015

Modi’s Visit to China Marks New Tone, But No Concrete Progress

During a trip to China, India’s Prime Minister Modi wins publicity points, but fails to narrow strategic differences
Neelam D Sabharwal
June 16, 2015

China’s Global Governance Challenge

AIIB’s founding members, led by China, could develop new standards for global governance
Stephen S. Roach
June 9, 2015

India – A Silicon Valley for Emerging Markets?

India’s tech firms target consumers in fast-growing emerging markets – and attract acquisition attention, too
Dinesh C. Sharma
June 4, 2015

Nepal Earthquake: Prelude to Bigger Disaster?

Poverty, weak governance, unchecked urbanization increase Himalaya region’s vulnerability to earthquakes and other natural disasters
Alark Saxena
June 2, 2015

UN Credibility on Trial in Cambodia

UN hybrid tribunal in danger of becoming irrelevant as donor nations overlook Cambodian government’s interference
John D. Ciorciari
May 14, 2015

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It’s Just a Stealth Reform

Subsidies to encourage labor reforms won’t protect India’s textile industry from onslaught of automation trends
Nayan Chanda
July 25, 2016

Week of Terror Underscores a “Desperate” Islamic State

The Islamic State, losing militarily, shifts tactics toward conventional terrorism
Jessica Durando and Jim Michaels
July 4, 2016

Time to Review FDI Rules

The gap between government demands for FDI jobs and modern workplaces looms large
Nayan Chanda
July 4, 2016

Modi in America: Strategic Convergence Alone Won’t Deflect Scrutiny on Treatment of NGOs and Minorities

The US presses for more reforms even as relations with Vietnam and India improve
Nayan Chanda
June 6, 2016

India’s Education Deficit

Modern workplaces confront a skills mismatch
Nayan Chanda
May 30, 2016

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