Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | March 13, 2015 The world’s only territorial terror state, the Islamic State, has stopped expanding in Iraq and is battling to hold onto to the city of Tikrit from a combined Iraqi-Iranian army. It is holding its own in Syria where it is ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | February 28, 2015 Since the 1991 introduction of economic reforms that signaled the end of a highly regulated, socialist economic system, India has struggled to inject market reforms into its energy sector. This has not been an easy process and the recently elected ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | February 27, 2015 Why is the Land Acquisition Bill so important? And why should its amendment be supported? There are two tales regarding the poor Indian farmer and his land. One is cited by those who support the dilution of the original bill. ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | February 20, 2015 Narendra Modi has been roaming the planet and has proven to have a real gift for international showmanship. But one part of the world that has, so far, been missing from his itinerary has been Europe. Joao Cravinho, the European ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | February 5, 2015 The new US ambassador to India, Rich Verma, speaking at the Vivekananda Foundation, noted how India and the US now even have a joint working group on carrier technology. This is not without geopolitical significance. Carriers are the most potent ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | January 16, 2015 Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s first budget was a disappointment, his first winter session of Parliament was an embarrassment, his passage of a slew of ordinances was touched by a hint of panic, and it’s still unclear if key economic legislation ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | January 9, 2015 It has not escaped notice that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s many perambulations around the world have, so far, ignored Europe – if refueling stops for his aircraft are ignored. There was at least one abortive attempt to have a summit with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, though that seems to have been somewhat poorly thought through.
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | December 19, 2014 As the rouble careens southward in value and, more importantly, capital flees Russia’s bleak economic future, the likelihood of capital controls being re-imposed by the Kremlin increases geometrically. Once that happens, the rouble will have isolated itself in a manner ...
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- Hindustan Times | January 28, 2015
- Foreign Policy | January 27, 2015
- BBC | January 21, 2015
- The Institute of Strategic and International Studies (ISIS) | June 4, 2014
- Carnegie Endowment for International Peace | April 9, 2014
- Aspen Institute India | February 19, 2013