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Reviving India’s Economy

Given the Indian economy’s massive size and extensive global linkages, its growth slowdown is a source of serious concern not just domestically, but around the world. The good news is that carefully crafted policies that address both short- and long -term impediments can reverse the downward trend.

Read Here – Project Syndicate

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Indian PM, Chinese President Feel Need For Closer Communication Between Defence, Security Personnel Of India & China

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi attends the welcome banquet with other BRICS members, in Xiamen, China on September 04, 2017.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chinese President Xi Jinping Tuesday identified the need to have closer communication between defence and security personnel of the two countries at the first substantive bilateral meeting of the two leaders after the tense standoff in Doklam. The meeting came on the sidelines of the 9th BRICS Summit in Xiamen, China.

Read Here – The Indian Express

Even With Modi Back On Board, China Will Find It Hard To Keep Emerging Markets Club Together

The confirmation that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will show up in the coastal city of Xiamen has cleared a major obstacle to a “successful” BRICS leader summit – an event that China has been preparing for months to showcase its global influence. However, a ceremonial summit may not heal deep cracks in the club of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa.

Read Here – South China Morning Post

Also Read: Five Things To Watch Out For At The BRICS Nations Summit

When Will China And India Start Talking About The 1962 War Honestly?

The wider world has largely forgotten that short border clash 55 years ago, playing out as it did in the shadows of the more momentous Cuban missile crisis at the peak of the cold war. But in this part of the world, the ghost of that war still lurks – it is the key to how the world’s two most populous nations imagine one another.

Read Here – South China Morning Post

Why 2017 Is Not 1987

More than the global and domestic situation, the biggest difference between the two stand-offs is their respective locations. Forty years ago, the two armies were confronting each other on territory claimed by both India and China. Now the face-off between India and China is in a plateau contested between Bhutan and China.

Read Here – The Indian Express

America’s Future Is With India And Israel

From the Indo-Pacific to the Mediterranean, a diplomatic transformation is underway. The winds of change are blowing not from Beijing, but from Delhi. President Donald Trump has an opportunity to harness some of that power to help fill the sails of America’s global leadership.

Read Here – The National Interest

India & US, Spot The Difference

Donald Trump and Narendra Modi both rose to power as the result of popular rage against longstanding political elites. Corruption, insider politicking, and common people’s perceived lack of access to power were prominent themes in both campaigns. Both campaigns fed, as well, on the real distress of the have-nots in our respective societies.

Read Here – The Indian Express

This Standoff Is China Telling India To Accept Changing Realities

China’s creeping encirclement of India confronts New Delhi with the choice of either accommodating itself to Chinese primacy or of hedging in partnership with the US and Japan against China’s advances, fuelling the regional rivalry even further.

Read Here – South China Morning Post

Also Read: This is India’s China War, round Two

Lovefest With Israel Signals India’s Final Rejection Of The Raj

Narendra Modi’s arrival in Israel marks not only an epochal moment in India-Israel relations, but also the final rejection of the psychological Raj that has hampered Indian diplomacy for so long – since independence in 1947. While Jawarhalal Nehru, India’s first prime minister, fought for freedom from Britain, he and the wider political establishment that surrounded him were very much creations of the British and inheritors of their limited thinking.

Read Here – Haaretz

What China Means When It Says India Needs To ‘Remember The Lessons From History’

In the last three weeks, as the Modi government’s dispute with China has become increasingly more acerbic, Beijing has been issuing a series of warnings to New Delhi, the most serious of which has been its observation that India has not learned the lessons of history and has not forgotten its humiliating defeat in 1962. These are a small step away from an ultimatum.

Read Here – The Wire

Also Read: Six Expert Views on How India Should Look at the Latest Border Stand-Off With China

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