Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | December 27, 2013 Nothing succeeds like success. And the opposite is also true: once you start going down the slippery slope, the process only accelerates until you reach rock bottom. India has yet to reach rock bottom, but the ill effects of its ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | December 20, 2013 India and the US are back to squabbling. This is partly because the strategic content of the relationship is diluted these days, but also because the two democracies aren’t talking as much as they should to each other — despite ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | December 5, 2013 Much noise is being made in New Delhi about India’s difficulties in obtaining a permanent exemption from the 10% farm subsidy cap under the World Trade Organization’s existing agreement on agriculture. I am less sympathetic, and here is why: One, the ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | November 28, 2013 These days, a visit to Beijing and any major Chinese city evokes thoughts of face masks, diesel-smelling air and smoggy skies. When I arrived in Beijing two weekends ago as part of the Aspen Institute of India’s delegation to the ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | November 15, 2013 There’s a lot of scholarly work on the Third Plenary Session of the Chinese Communist Party, so I won’t pretend to have any value to add. The pessimists have said the plenum was notable for its failure to mention the ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | October 18, 2013 Prime Minister Manmohan Singh hoped to go to China next week with a new visa regime giving businessmen, workers and academics an easier time travelling back and forth. It won’t happen this trip; the cabinet reportedly didn’t have time to ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | October 4, 2013 It didn’t really take Rahul Gandhi to wreck Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s tour of the United States. It was already a farewell visit. US President Barack Obama had been reluctant to meet him, and even tried to avoid having to ...
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri | September 27, 2013 The United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs recently said 3.2 million Bangladeshi migrants had settled in India. India, it noted in its report on international migration, has the “single largest bilateral stock of international migrants in the developing ...
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- Asia Society | September 16, 2014
- The National Bureau of Asian Research | July 1, 2014
- NPR | May 26, 2014
- 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