While India-China border disengagement is welcome news, the 2020 Galwan Valley incident has destroyed the promise of peace. What is clear is that India and China are at the cusp of entering a period of increasingly armed, markedly competitive, and ever-cautious cohabitation.
The ‘digital rupee’ could be India’s chance to move away from being an economy with one of the highest cash to GDP ratios.
The Union government's recently introduced farm laws aimed at reforming India's agriculture sector have faced stringent opposition from farmers and traders. Anirudh Burman and Suyash Rai discuss the role and structure of these laws and their revolutionary potential for the country's rural economy.
As the Biden administration works towards the democratization of the American state, it is important to examine how these changes can impact the state’s apparatus. Does a more diverse voter base and cabinet make for better public institutions?
Unless the Modi government comes up with some out-of-the-box solution, the demand for recapitalization could derail its fiscal plans for the year.
While the pandemic context cannot be ignored, it would be a mistake to view this year's budget solely through a COVID-19 lens.
With China’s near-permanent presence in the Indian Ocean likely in this decade, and the growing rivalry with America, India has no choice but to pro-actively try to shape the future of the Indian Ocean in its favour.
How unregulated lending apps preyed on the financial uncertainty of Indians, and what can be done to protect borrowers in the future.
This Clingendael Report aims to contribute to a reorientation of the EU in the broad field of economic security, in the transatlantic context and with Japan, India and Australia.
The Communist Party is putting ideological battles first.