Editorial Articles

Focus on comparative edge

Ranajoy Sen India-us bilateraltrade: There is a need for both countries to identify areas where they enjoy or develop comparative advantage in international trad When two countries confabulate for greater inter-state trade, they continuously seek to improve upon the scale and quality of it, endeavour for avenues for increased cooperation and symbiotic arrangements, paper out […] Read more

Shift in power levers

Bhopinder Singh China and the world: While China retains ties with isolated countries like North Korea, its proposition is equally seductive for histo­rical foes like There has been an undeniable increase in the Chinese strategic capabilities while those of the other ‘superpowers’ — USA and Russia — have diminished. This shift in power levers has […] Read more

More renewables, carbon tax needed

RK Pachauri Climate sceptics, who follow the strategy of creating doubt in the minds of the public to stall action for reducing emissions of GHGs, need to be asked: What if the scientific community of the world is right? The International Energy Agency (IEA) has reported that for the third year in succession, emissions of […] Read more

We shut our eyes once, let’s not do so again

Claude Arpi China is pressing India to jump on board the mega One Belt One Road (OBOR) initiative. The Global Times recently complained: “New Delhi has yet to sign up for the OBOR, and has claimed that there is a sovereignty issue with the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) passing through Pakistan-occupied Kashmir (PoK).” The mouthpiece […] Read more

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