Modi is in the rare position of holding the trust of America as well as Iran. Can he get India’s two friends to re-engage?
India exiles itself from sub-WTO deals unless all members participate. It needs to reverse course and engage in plurilateralism.
India’s e-commerce policy risks making it an outcast in the emerging international digital class system, writes Raj Bhala.
To start a trade war over autos and auto parts would be a reckless driving offense.
The U.S.-China trade war neither a ‘New Cold War’ nor a ‘Thucydides Trap’, but an ‘Open Society War’, writes Rah Bhala.
Economic, political, legal rationales support a relationship between Delhi and Taipei as robust as that between Delhi and Beijing.
England’s partition from the EU is India’s opportunity for integration with the Continent.
The pattern of protective measures free trading nations have taken since January 2018 shows that import substitution is back.
The insecure lend. The self-interested invest. The great give. How America can outdo China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
The world’s largest free-market democracy has a chance to plant its flag on the trade agendas of businesses across the world.
As Trump’s trade war unfolds, India needs to separate itself from the embrace with America.
Why cast the deal into the trash bin when Iran complies in exchange for meaningful relief from crippling sanctions?
America and China are exporting invective to each other, and each can inflict considerable damage on the other.
America has confirmed it has launched a trade war. How the world responds will decide how long and bloody it is.
Unlike what Trump says, the era of America’s economic surrender to the TPP 11 has just begun, writes Raj Bhala.
Until 1955-56, India was Pakistan’s biggest trading partner, writes Raj Bhala.
Raj Bhala rewrites the itinerary for a Trump-Modi meeting, to make it more substantive.
Iran does not pose an existential threat to the United States, writes Raj Bhala.
Can international trade be paired with national security, as the Trump administration has?
There’s a fundamental contradiction in defining America First as setting the nation apart to make it great again.
Lessons for Donald Trump; from past American presidents and Britain’s reign over India.