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India and Indonesia pursue different economic paths
Wed, Apr 23 2014. 11 58 AM

India and Indonesia pursue different economic paths

Markets have responded exuberantly to the prospect of Narendra Modi and Joko Widodo assuming power in New Delhi and Jakarta
Revisiting manufacturing policy
Tue, Apr 22 2014. 06 46 PM

Revisiting manufacturing policy

Industry and the government must implement a reform agenda together to revive the manufacturing sector
India needs ambitious national projects
Tue, Apr 22 2014. 06 45 PM

India needs ambitious national projects

Grand initiatives can take the process of national integration further
International policy cooperation: No ‘effective’ advocate
Tue, Apr 22 2014. 03 39 PM

International policy cooperation: No ‘effective’ advocate

Emerging economies have long pressed for reform of the international monetary system, or non-system, as it is commonly described
Are Google and Facebook all about money?
Tue, Apr 22 2014. 11 29 AM

Are Google and Facebook all about money?

Biggest names in tech sector face $3 bn class action suit alleging they colluded to avoid bidding wars for employees
Brahma Chellaney | International law under siege
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Brahma Chellaney | International law under siege

The powerful cite international law to weaker states but blithely ignore it when it comes in their way
Climate change and the tragedy of the commons
Mon, Apr 21 2014. 06 28 PM

Climate change and the tragedy of the commons

The absence of clear liability rules allows polluters to unload costs of their action onto third parties
Jagdish Bhagwati deserves the Nobel
Mon, Apr 21 2014. 05 23 PM

Jagdish Bhagwati deserves the Nobel

For his contributions to the theory of international trade Jagdish Bhagwati deserves the Nobel prize in economics
Disregarding fascism
Mon, Apr 21 2014. 03 37 PM

Disregarding fascism

The danger posed by fascism to India’s parliamentary democracy is not so much about one man as about the masses that currently favour him with their support
Ferry disaster shows Korea is growing too fast
Mon, Apr 21 2014. 12 58 PM

Ferry disaster shows Korea is growing too fast

The Sewol tragedy is a wakeup call for Korea to address the blind spots in its political and business culture
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