Britain’s a Small Country. Get Used to It.
India is, and has been since independence in 1947, a liberal secular democracy. But this bill threatens it.
Is It Time to Give Up on the World Bank?
The results of Bangladesh’s “over-managed” election should dismay its friends and well-wishers.
A smart, laissez-faire approach to charging infrastructure should boost innovation and uptake.
By taking all the credit for the country’s stunning economic rise, the Communist Party is threatening its continued prosperity.
A compliant RBI might bolster the prime minister’s reelection chances, but at the expense of the country’s long-term prospects.
Over the past four years, passenger growth in India has been rapid, yet almost every Indian airline is struggling.
A closer look at what we know transpired suggests that, in fact, the government won a victory. And the loser wasn’t just the RBI.
If Beijing needs to compromise to get regional talks across the finish line, so does New Delhi.
Bailouts now are more likely to spread contagion than contain it.
The very idea of independent, technocratic leadership flies in the face of strongman politics.
Democracies in the region, no matter how small, aren’t going to swing into either India’s or China’s camp.
India’s government is caught in a bind.
In a world starved for long-term finance, Riyadh represents a motherlode.
A program meant to draw countries into China’s orbit may just end up pushing them back into Western arms.
If the government wants the rupee to rise, fuel prices must as well.
India still hasn’t figured out how to pay for the billions in infrastructure it needs.
A Supreme Court ruling is a victory for the Aadhaar system, but not necessarily for citizens.
New research suggests the poor, especially Muslims, are stuck.
Forcing companies to store data locally will only hurt consumers and startups.