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We Are All Calibans Today

Kaveree Bamzai

The culture of Americanisation

What’s the Deal?

It is in India’s interest to heed America’s desire for a larger trade pact

Who’s Afraid of Pax Americana?

The shape of the world tomorrow hinges on the strategic choices the US makes today

Mimic Nation

India’s ambivalent relationship with technology and business has made us perpetual consumers to US producers

An Idea Between the Covers

America was the New Jerusalem. It is still the Promised Land. That is not a complete picture but it is how the America we know began. From Henry James’ wilderness with ‘nothing’ in it, the US quickly grew to lead the world, economically, militarily and intellectually. A big country, a lot of things have happened in its brief timeline, and everything has mattered. Below is a list of 10 books, fiction and non-fiction, that span most of the country’s history as the ‘United’ States of America and explain how it was made—and continues to be remade

Trusting in Trump

The strengthening American ties with democratic India have assumed greater geopolitical importance for Washington, given that US policies in this century have counterproductively fostered a partnership between the world’s largest nuclear power, Russia, and the world’s second-largest economy, China

Inside the President’s Mind

Donald Trump will arrive in Delhi in the most angry and aggrieved state of his presidency

In Light of India

There is a lot on offer for Donald Trump beyond business

Americans in Search of A Nation

What has happened to the religiosity in the original idea of America?

Coronavirus: How Vulnerable Are We?

Even if the human toll of the Coronavirus is contained, the economic disruption in India could soon be substantial

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