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The Case of a Reverse Oil Shock

Aresh Shirali

Has OPEC been rendered a relic of the past? Saudi oil price aggression suggests so, but tensions in the Middle East could flare up

Breaking New Ground

Modi seems to be re-defining the terms on which India is likely to engage with the world in the coming years

Breaking New Ground

Modi seems to be re-defining the terms on which India is likely to engage with the world in the coming years

MAKE IT IN AMERICA

Narendra Modi’s American whirlwind was a 100- hour-long non-stop performance starring Asia’s most popular politician selling his idea of India and his own legend to an enchanted audience...

The Making of an Oriental Cult

Modi’s ongoing conversation with the world provides the first draft of an Indian leader’s vision for himself as the new wise man of the Orient

Can I Lie on My Passport Form Too?

Devyani Khobragade was arrested in the US for lying on her visa application form; maybe that’s a privilege all Indians should claim

Peace Prospects and Energy Security

The US-Iran deal may open the way at last for the Iran-Pakistan-India gas pipeline

The Interpolator

In his new book, Husain Haqqani attempts to bridge the gap of understanding between the US and Pakistan

What Middle East Volatility Might Mean

The US is about to impose new sanctions on Iran, which could mean oil anxiety is back

Who’s That Girl?

American TV’s ‘new girl’ is half-Indian, proud of it, and strives to make herself ethnically ambiguous

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