PM Narender Modiji is proceeding to US for a dialogue with the President Trump on matters ranging from world geopolitics, regional stability in Asia as well as South Asia, possibilities of joint production of military hardware including F-16s, membership to UN Security Council & Nuclear Supplier Group, US inaction towards terror heavens being operated from… Read More Why India should not cosy up with US
A state run Chinese tabloid, Global Times, a few days back slammed recent reformist agenda of Modi government in India and criticised the November 2016 Indian ban of old currency notes as too harsh an action for a developing economy like India. Interestingly, the same tabloid had earlier praised India, quoting Chinese government, in November… Read More Is Modi Ji becoming popular in China too?
Multiple studies published in peer-reviewed scientific journals show that 97 percent or more of actively publishing climate scientists agree: Climate-warming trends over the past century are extremely likely due to human activities. Climate change is only one of the boundaries which human activities might have already crossed beyond repair. A group of scientists led by… Read More Hunt for a new world governance model
The colour of world trade is changing. And it is changing fast. From colonial era’s mercantilism to Porter’s diamond model, no economist has ever contested the benefits of free trade among equals or among not so equal. And world trade has been shaped around these principles in letter and spirit. The world should salute the… Read More Big brothers looking for equal partners for trade
One of Thomas Friedman’s thesis states that individual countries must sacrifice some degrees of economic sovereignty to global institutions such as capital markets and multinational corporations for high performance, a situation he termed as ‘golden straitjacket’. Most ‘miracle countries’ like Singapore, UAE and others have done it commendably by making their economies resilient, free of… Read More Towards a ‘Tax Free’ India