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Economics South and Central Asia

Why women hold the key to India’s economic future

An interview with Sevi Simavi, CEO of the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women, about female empowerment in India.

Economics South and Central Asia

The Chabahar port deal: India boosts ties with Iran as regional tensions rise

A new investment deal is a significant win for both Tehran and India. But it may yet have wider consequences for the region.

Economics South and Central Asia

Power shifting as India rises above its former rulers

In the days of the British Raj, India was a subject of British rule. Fast forward 70 years and the situation has reversed with India influencing UK.

South and Central Asia

Modi’s economic reforms fail to address structural issues

In this debate series, GRI asked whether Narendra Modi and his policies can fix India’s economy. Devesh Rasgotra presents why Modi’s efforts are likely to fail to address fundamental problems, given

South and Central Asia

Modi’s gradual economic reform strategy will pay off

In this debate series, GRI asked whether Narendra Modi’s policies can fix India’s economy. Robert Shines presents the case for why Modi’s efforts are likely to succeed, as they leverage India’s

Economics South and Central Asia

BRICS bring little opportunity to India

While the BRICS were once lauded as a group of emerging economic prestige, recent economic problems within member states suggest that India can find better opportunity elsewhere. At a recent

Asia Pacific Economics Security South and Central Asia

Unraveling the China-India conflict risk

India and China held their first joint military exercise along their contested border in Aksai Chin in early February. Is this a sign of warming ties? What are the prospects