What are the prospects for the expansion of liberal space in India over the next two decades? To me, this desirable objective requires both growth and equity. It’s happening, but there’s still a lot that needs to be done before we get there.
The benefits of economic growth must reach all Indians — the majority of [...]
As stage-managed elections ratify the consequences of three decades of military rule in Burma, the perspective from its neighbor India may help explain why there is continued international acceptance of the country’s long-ruling junta.
Burma was ruled as part of Britain’s Indian Empire until 1935, and the links between the two countries remained strong after Burma [...]
That his ideas still resonate today, more than a century-and-a-half after his birth, is a measure of Bernard Shaw’s lasting impact.
A summer of almost incessant travel meant that, as I dashed off my offerings for this space from assorted corners of the globe, I managed to miss a column-worthy landmark - the 150th anniversary (now [...]
India’s strength comes not from its economic or military prowess but from the world’s perception of the country.
The Indian elections are over. What is all this talk of Indian strategic power? Not so fast…
As an Indian, I have become a little concerned about the proliferation of those who speak of Indi a as a future [...]