India squanders its comparative advantage
India is squandering its comparative advantage in labour-intensive manufactures, writes John West.
India Has a Modi and a BJP Problem
Modi’s initiative is undermining the very idea of India as a secular and multicultural liberal society, writes John West.
Why Did India Suddenly Pull Out of the World’s Largest Trade Deal?
John West explains India's concerns about joining the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership.
Britain’s shameful colonisation of India
In “An Era of Darkness”, Shashi Tharoor demolishes many myths harboured by a Britain which still wallows in “imperial nostalgia”, as John West reviews.
India leads on inclusive innovation
India is leading the way on inclusive innovation, according to a recent study by the Bertelsmann Stiftung, writes John West.
Book Review: The Anarchy
John West reviews William Dalrymple's new book on the East India Company. This small trading company in London became a mighty army and conquered India.
India after Gandhi — a book review
Ramachandra Guha’s “India after Gandhi” is a masterpiece of modern history, writes John West.
Democratic Accommodations — a book review
The recent book, Democratic Accommodations, makes a critical contribution to our understanding of social cohesion, inclusive development and multiculturalism, writes John West.
India’s long road
Vijay Joshi’s book, “India’s Long Road”, is a masterpiece of economic analysis, writes John West.
Time to mobilise India's human potential
As the Indian economy is slowing down, it is now high time for the country to mobilise its full human potential for the next phase of its development, argues John West.
Democracy, Indian style
Ruchir Sharma's recent book, Democracy On The Road, reports on a wonderful 25 year journey through 27 Indian elections, as John West reviews.
India’s time has come
John West reviews Alyssa Ayres' recent book, “Our Time Has Come: How India is Making Its Place in the World”.
Indo-Canadian Paradox : Understanding Asianization in Canada
Canada needs to better exploit the talents and potentials of its Asian Canadians, especially Into-Canadians, writes John West.
The Asian Century Could Belong to India
There are strong reasons to be optimistic about India’s future—the country could well emerge as Asia’s leading power, writes John West.
Asian Century Could Belong to India
India is a slow burner compared with China, but it is moving decisively ahead. The Asian Century could well belong to India, writes John West.
NaMo’s new Nordic Diplomatic paradigm
Anil Trigunayat highlights India's renewed relationship with the Nordic countries.
Israel’s India Journey, and Netanyahu’s visit to India
Ambassador Anil Trigunayat analyses Netanyahu’s visit to India in the framework of Israel’s India Journey- 25 Years on and beyond.
Freedom from to freedom to
Jayasri Priyalal argues that In this Asian century an intellectual study should be initiated to learn how the Asian civilisation evolved with the influence of various Asian philosophies.
More FDI could boost Bhutan’s happiness
Bhutan's “gross national happiness” is improving. But if the country can diversify its economy, it could attract FDI that would improve its fortunes still further. John West reports.
The Growth Triad – India-Japan-Africa
Ambassador Anil Trigunayat reports on the Asian contest for Africa.
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