This report generated by Lowy Institute Program Director Rory Medcalf, argues that a mix of flawed policy and flawed perception is holding back a truly strategic partnership between Australia and India.
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India needs to bulk up its institutes of International Studies because "no other institute can understand India better than an Indian one." India should capitalize on its scholars and academics in the foreign policy field
Achieving scale and rapid growth in emerging markets requires moving beyond the comfort zone of addressing the very top segment of the market and serving the large and growing middle class.
The attacks on Indian students in Australia, controversies over uranium and supposed Chinese affiliations has impaired the usually tepid Indo-Australian relationship. Kevin Rudd, the Australian PM, moved into damage control by visiting India in 2009
This report examines the controversies that have threatened to derail New Delhi's relationship with Canberra and prescribes certain diplomatic steps that ensure energy security for India and commit to common interests
A panel was convened at George Washington University to explore the impact of globalization on states and societies and determine if globalization and democracy can co-exist
A Blue Ribbon Panel was created to review the state of the Australia's instruments of international policy. The report finds that Australia's diplomatic service is overstretched and hollowed out. The finding and recommendation of the report devises ways to improve Australia's diplomatic infrastructure.
A report of trade policy in BRIICS (including Indonesia as well) brings up many questions. How big is the rise of protectionism in the BRIICS? How can it be contained? How necessary is further reform of their trade and FDI regimes? What are the links between external liberalisation and domestic regulatory reform?
This paper compares the BRIICS (including Indonesia as well) to show how politics and institutions interacted with economic conditions, and shaped the relative success or otherwise of trade-policy reforms. It also sheds light on the prospects for further external liberalisation and associated regulatory reform.
New Delhi has sympathy for the troubled nation, but energy needs and relations with China are complicating the equation