Sifra Lentin, adjunct fellow, Mumbai History, Gateway House, wrote an article on the Jewish community in India for Firstpost.
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Aung San Suu Kyi anchors new democratic government, but tough challenges remain
Ambassador Rajiv Bhatia, Distinguished Fellow, Foreign Policy Studies, Gateway House wrote an article on Myanmar's new democratic government for the Times of India.
For all intents and purposes, the Union Budget for 2016 is in the right direction. But what is lacking is clarity, or the nuts and bolts of how Finance Minister Jaitley intends to achieve some of its ambitious objectives.
The problems of the power sector have been created over the last several decades and can obviously not be resolved in a hurry. Renewable energy will have to be part of the solution. It would be good to see the government think creatively about this.
Rajrishi Singhal, Senior Fellow, Geoeconomics Studies, wrote an article for Quartz India on India's Union Budget for the year 2016.
Akshay Mathur's piece 'India: A late-bloomer, not a latecomer, in global economic leadership,' initially published in The Lowy Interpreter, was republished on The Diplomat.
In recent years, India has elevated its commitments to multilateral economic institutions - demonstrating the determination to shaping economic multilateralism. The result of this has been uneven, but it has yielded important questions
The 2016 Budget could be the last chance for the government to redeem itself and find a way back into the common man’s heart. Too many opportunities have been lost in the past with policy architects focusing on the minutiae; FM Arun Jaitley has the opportunity to make enduring course corrections.
The Pathankot attack reflects a new template of terrorism and is a reminder that India needs a well-coordinated approach to security emergencies. This is particularly necessary as the country has embarked on a bold foreign policy path, daring to tread where we have not gone before, intensifying existing and new engagements and trying to functionalize dysfunctional bilaterals like Pakistan