Sanjeev S. Ahluwalia

Sanjeev S. Ahluwalia is currently Advisor, Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi. [New Delhi, India]

India After the G-20 Summit

How does India fit into the world economy? Does the world’s soon to be most populous nation have a viable economic strategy?

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Connectography: Mapping the Global Network Revolution

Parag Khanna’s latest book brings together masses of information anecdotally in a narrative format.

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Britain’s Royalty, India’s Royalty: A Comparison

What can India learn from Britain’s William and Kate and the House of Windsor? We have our own “royals.”

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President Hollande’s Musings on India

In contrast to France, disruption rather than continuity is the order of the day in India today.

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The Modi Marathon

Can Modi transcend pain and stress and focus on the goal?

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India: When Populism is Not Sustainable

Why is the Delhi’s Chief Minister Kejriwal’s popularity plunging?

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India: Maneuvering Among China, the US, Europe and Russia

Prime Minister Modi faces a real foreign policy “trilemma.”

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India’s Economy: Embedding the Next Steps into the FY 2015-16 Budget

How to shape the economic structures of the world’s second most populous nation.

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Empowering India’s Poor

What Modi’s BJP Party can learn from the upheaval in Southern Europe.

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India’s Maidan Moment: A Sea Change for Politics?

In Delhi, the Common Man Party finally tries to tackle the inequities of the world’s largest democracy.

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