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The emergence of the New Development Bank
Jayshree Sengupta
25 July 2014
The BRICS' National Development Bank is not trying to replace the IMF-World Bank. It will play a complementary role, catering to the needs of developing countries.
India should worry over West Asia flareups
Vikram Sood
24 July 2014
India should worry over the claim of Ansar-ul-Tawhid ul-Hind, a terrorist organisation, that Anwar Bhatkal, one of their brethren and related to Riaz Bhatkal, the founder of Indian Mujahedeen, attained what they call martyrdom battling in Afghanistan. We also cannot ignore the claims of Maulana Salman Hussaini Nadvi that he would raise a force of 5,00,000 to support Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi.
Ineffective strategy to fight insurgency
Deepak Sinha
24 July 2014
All insurgencies are political movements supported by the local population and can only be resolved through political means. The military establishment can only ensure that the rebel movement is sufficiently neutralised and violent action curtailed.
Changes required in CSR clauses in Companies Act
Prashant Kumar
24 July 2014
While mandating CSR operations for large companies was a more justifiable social policy programme by the UPA-II than others, some of its provisions and recommendations reflect a lack of understanding of the Indian social and economic environment and of the real needs on the ground.
Knowing India's nuclear credentials
Samir Saran & Abhijit Iyer-Mitra
24 July 2014
Through concerted attack on India from the usual suspects in recent days, India is first being made the whipping boy for the failure of the American non-proliferation lobby in their own country. Then it has to accept blame for the complex relations the U.S. shares with Pakistan and China that is driving these Asian allies to increase their arsenals. Can we get real, please?
Cementing the BRICS as an effective economic bloc
Garima Sahdev and Geethanjali Nataraj
24 July 2014
The BRICS is growing more relevant and increasingly institutionalised. Economic growth rates continue to outpace the rest of the developing world. According to the UNDP, Brazil, China and India's combined GDP will be greater than the combined GDP of the US, the UK, Canada, France, Germany and Italy by 2020.
Why is India's West Asia policy ineffective?
Ravi Joshi
23 July 2014
Does India's foreign policy towards West Asia have to be as fragmented as the region? Probably not. One could start by enunciating a few guidelines that are minimalist; that we are against religious extremism, toppling established states and condemning disproportionate use of force by Israel.
Japan-Australia agreement to take ties to new level
K.V. Kesavan and R. Sruthi
23 July 2014
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's visit to Canberra will be remembered for signing the long pending bilateral trade agreements between Australia and Japan. The agreement is expected to take the bilateral economic relations to a new and a much higher level.
Where does the US-China relationship stand?
RS Kalha
22 July 2014
Will the globalization of the economic relationship trump the geo-politics that is being played out in East and South East Asia? For the US, the dilemma is acute, for it cannot ignore the pleas of its allies in the region nor allow an incremental drift to take place in the relationship.
BRICS Bank: Shifting powers from West to developing nations
Geethanjali Nataraj and Richa Sekhani
22 July 2014
The major achievement of the recent BRICS Summit was the decision to create the long-awaited (BRICS) New Development Bank. The bank can be seen as a growing influence of the BRICS which together represents 18% of the World trade and accounts for 40% of the global population with a combined GDP of $ 24 trillion.
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