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A perspective on secondary effects of the spread of COVID19 in emerging economies
Apr 17, 2020

A perspective on secondary effects of the spread of COVID19 in emerging economies

It is essential for emerging economies to devise strategic responses that suit their specific contexts.

Capital Flows in the Quantitative Easing Era: Building Resilience in Emerging Economies
Sep 13, 2023

Capital Flows in the Quantitative Easing Era: Building Resilience in Emerging Economies

This paper highlights the risks that emerging economies are exposed to given the extended use of Unconventional Monetary Policies in advanced economies. It also explores how financial resilience of emerging economies can be increased to ensure stable economic growth.

Constrained capital: Paving the path for infrastructure investments in India and other emerging economies
Dec 18, 2018

Constrained capital: Paving the path for infrastructure investments in India and other emerging economies

Policy influencers and diplomats will have to find a way to market private investments in an appealing manner for all stakeholders involved.

Decoding AI in emerging economies
Jan 31, 2024

Decoding AI in emerging economies

AI in emerging markets has seen significant growth. Instead of steering its growth in the Global South, the Global North should forge closer partnersh

India’s Open Credit Enablement Network as a Model to Empower MSMEs in Emerging Economies
Oct 09, 2023

India’s Open Credit Enablement Network as a Model to Empower MSMEs in Emerging Economies

India’s micro, small, and medium enterprises (MSME) sector is a key driver of the country’s economic and social development by fostering entrepreneurship and generating substantial employment opportunities at comparatively lower capital costs. However, inadequate access to finance is one of the most crucial barriers to the sector’s growth. Recent developments in digital public infrastructure in India could present new solutions to boost MSM

#GST के पांच साल: भारत के वित्तीय संघवाद पर पड़ने वाला असर?
Jul 25, 2022

#GST के पांच साल: भारत के वित्तीय संघवाद पर पड़ने वाला असर?

GST व्यवस्था लागू होने के पिछले पांच वर्षों के दौरान हमने द�

#Indian Economy: आर्थिक विकास के लिए निर्यात को बढ़ावा देना कितना ज़रूरी?
Sep 07, 2022

#Indian Economy: आर्थिक विकास के लिए निर्यात को बढ़ावा देना कितना ज़रूरी?

आर्थिक विकास के लिए व्यापार घाटा कम करना ज़रूरी है. बेहतर

#NewEconomicDiplomacy: नयी आर्थिक कूटनीतिक दुनिया में ‘भारत’ होने के मायने!
Jul 30, 2023

#NewEconomicDiplomacy: नयी आर्थिक कूटनीतिक दुनिया में ‘भारत’ होने के मायने!

आर्थिक कूटनीति के नये क्षेत्रों को लेकर भारत के रुख़ पर न

#RisingIndia: उभरते हुए भारत के बारे में कुछ विचार
Jul 30, 2023

#RisingIndia: उभरते हुए भारत के बारे में कुछ विचार

आधुनिक भारत ने उस विचार को झुठला दिया है कि अत्यधिक सामाज�

#श्रीलंका संकट को लेकर चीन के जवाब को समझिए!
Aug 05, 2022

#श्रीलंका संकट को लेकर चीन के जवाब को समझिए!

दांव पर बहुत कुछ लगा होने के बावजूद श्रीलंका में आर्थिक स�

'AAP experiment' and the staying power
Dec 16, 2013

'AAP experiment' and the staying power

The indecision of the AAP since the announcement of the Delhi poll results has the potential for the national voter to prefer national parties or alliances, rendering regional parties minimal players with maximalist muscle-flexing.

'Act East' for better connectivity
Jun 25, 2015

'Act East' for better connectivity

The motor vehicles agreement between BBIN nations is a welcome development and marks a good beginning. But now what is needed is a sustainable approach to infrastructure development in the region.

'Administration of Justice' and Judicial Administration
Aug 25, 2010

'Administration of Justice' and Judicial Administration

The solution is simple in concept but difficult to implement. Judicial administration will have to be separated from the administration of justice. A separate class of court administrators, reporting to the presiding officer but not having to take orders from him, may have to be formed.

'Agreed Line of Administrative Control' can help take India-China border talks forward: former govt official
Jan 25, 2008

'Agreed Line of Administrative Control' can help take India-China border talks forward: former govt official

An 'Agreed Line of Administrative Control' in the place of the existing Line of Actual Control (LAC) could free India and China from some of current problems at the bilateral border talks, feels Mr R Swaminathan, former Secretary and Director-General (Security), Government of India.

'Anonymity' in cyber world important for protecting dissenting voices
Jan 22, 2014

'Anonymity' in cyber world important for protecting dissenting voices

Experts at a conference on "Internet Governance and India: The Way Forward" have unanimously agreed that "anonymity" in cyber world is important for protection of dissenting voices. They also accepted that internet stands on three basic tenets of openness, freedom, universality.

'Blue Revolution' must follow the 'Green Revolution'
Jun 08, 2012

'Blue Revolution' must follow the 'Green Revolution'

Experts at a discussion on Indus Water unanimously agreed that a 'blue revolution' must follow the 'green revolution' so that the human possibilities for development are not compromised in the basin.

'Brand Maldives' caught in radicalisation?
Jan 16, 2015

'Brand Maldives' caught in radicalisation?

Reported jihadi threats forcing the down-grading of a New Year Eve entertainment programme and those regarding seven more Maldivians joining the civil war in Syria have revived the on-again-off-again national discourse on religious radicalism in Maldives.

'Chinese dream' will haunt the new world
Mar 18, 2013

'Chinese dream' will haunt the new world

By ratcheting up tension, China is causing alarm in other countries that use the busy South China Sea as the shortest and most convenient link between the Pacific and Indian Oceans. The Chinese could well end up the losers as the countries affected could band together to offset Chinese aggressiveness. Worse, it could well trigger off Japanese nationalism and rearmament.

'Dinakaran Case' and the Politics of Alienation
Aug 18, 2010

'Dinakaran Case' and the Politics of Alienation

What was not acceptable to Karnataka have been made acceptable to Sikkim now. Naturally, advocates in Sikkim too would not want to have a judge, allegedly tainted by misdemeanour, to be their Chief Justice.

'Disaffection', criminal acts & democracy
Nov 29, 2011

'Disaffection', criminal acts & democracy

The attack on Union Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar at a function in New Delhi, where a kirpan-wielding individual popped up to hit him, should be viewed not as a stand-alone case.

'Externalising' the national agenda ?
Oct 04, 2004

'Externalising' the national agenda ?

There is a lot to feel hopeful about the maiden meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and Pakistan President Pervez Musharaff in distant New York. If the two nations needed to move ahead with the peace process, set in motion by predecessor Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee, Manmohan Singh needed the personal chemistry working with Musharaff. At the end of the day, both said it did work.

'Genocide' and 'equivalent'
Feb 04, 2014

'Genocide' and 'equivalent'

At this rate, the TNA can become 'untouchable' in national politics, as they were earlier. It does not serve the Tamil cause - and certainly not the moderates' cause. It is the hardliners alone, many of whom are outside the country forever that will be happy.

'Green taxes'  for  cleaner  India?
Oct 06, 2016

'Green taxes' for cleaner India?

Is green tax an answer for a cleaner India? The author contemplates if taxation is an answer

'Honeymoon over' for Hasina Government
Feb 11, 2011

'Honeymoon over' for Hasina Government

In Bangladesh, the municipal elections held last month (January 2011) provided an opportunity to assess the trends in the country's politics. The results showed that the ruling Awami League is on a declining graph as far as its popularity is concerned.

'How China sees its role in the world'
Apr 16, 2014

'How China sees its role in the world'

Chinese foreign policy statements may seem sloganistic, ritualistic and without content but one has to realise it need not be articulated in the Euro-American way, says Prof. Geremie Barme of Australian National University College of Asia and Pacific.

'India was our friend'
Sep 29, 2005

'India was our friend'

Tehran has responded in a carefully structured, calibrated fashion to the resolution passed by the IAEA Board of Governors last Saturday regarding Iran's nuclear programme. We may not have heard the last word yet, but are quite close to it.

'Lok Pal' does not mean it has to cover all Indians!
Jun 17, 2011

'Lok Pal' does not mean it has to cover all Indians!

The Government and the political and bureaucratic class should be sensitive to the cause professed by the civil society and acknowledge that absence of accountability and responsibility could lead to anarchy of a more militant kind.

'Memogate' raises questions over civilian government
Dec 15, 2011

'Memogate' raises questions over civilian government

Pakistan's "memogate" controversy has raised questions about the strength of the country's civilian government. This has been admitted even by Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar.

'One year after 26/11'
Nov 28, 2009

'One year after 26/11'

Proceedings of the weekly interaction in the Chennai Chapter of the Observer Research Foundation

'Party-ing' against corruption: too little, too early?
Oct 04, 2012

'Party-ing' against corruption: too little, too early?

The IAC is at the cross-roads now. That it has also been the fate of most such organisations over the past years in various parts of the country should not also be lost sight of. Many have come and gone, but very few have remained as an electorally successful political outfit.