by Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | February 21, 2014 Professor Eswar Prasad of Cornell University is touring India promoting his new book, The Dollar Trap. In his book, Prasad says, he seeks to explain a seeming paradox: why the US economy plunged into crisis while the US dollar went from strong to strong. The US ...
by Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | February 14, 2014 The tale of Narendra Modi and the United States is also a parable of how the relationship between the two countries requires constant work. And, in this case, both countries are democracies whose respective civil societies can intrude on affairs of state, making that work ...
by Daniel H. Rosen | February 7, 2014 Debunking Eric X. Li's dangerously wrong ideas.
by Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | January 30, 2014 Though little appreciated by most Indians, one of the most important actions taken by the Japanese government of Shinzo Abe in support of the New Delhi regime he is wooing was to save the rupee in the fall of last year. Already fading from public ...
Daniel H. Rosen and Beibei Bao | January 21, 2014 Xi Jinping’s fingerprints are all over the reform agenda unveiled after the Third Plenum, but they must be implemented soon to meet the country’s 2020 deadline With the endorsement of “big bang” reforms by November’s Party Plenum, it is safe to anticipate more volatility in ...
by Shashank Mohan | January 17, 2014 A number of foreign policy commentators in India, most notably the National Security Advisor Shiv Shankar Menon, have argued that the open international economic system backed by the US and the West in general has begun to become less open — and that that change ...
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