Tag Archives: Brookings India

Brookings India Column: India’s New Government

6 Jun

Excerpted from http://brookings.in/ Brookings India Fellow Dr. Shamika Ravi, and Mr. R.N. Ravi,  former Special Director, Intelligence Bureau of India, address questions on the economic and foreign policy priorities for the new government:   How will Narendra Modi govern? Is he the right person to lead India during this challenging time in its history? Narendra Modi has won […]

Brookings India Column: Student’s weigh in on India’s Challenges

1 Apr

At a recent engagement with students from St Stephen’s College, Delhi University, Brookings India conducted a series of interviews asking students on what they thought were the biggest issues India faced. Brookings Young India Election Views Courtesy of Brookings India

Brookings India Column: Changing Dynamics of International Relations

4 Mar

Courtesy of Brookings India Key Insights: Global leadership is severely lacking, even though the world is no longer unipolar and there are a number of emerging powers Regions that lack integration and non-state actors continue to undermine global security and stability Environment challenges need to become a priority in international relations, and must be approached […]

Brookings India Column: India & Global Governance

19 Feb

Courtesy of Brookings India Brookings India hosted a panel comprising Ambassador David M. Malone, Rector of the United Nations  University and former Under-Secretary General of the United Nations; Ambassador Hardeep Puri, former Permanent Representative of India to the a United Nations and Senior Advisor, International Peace Institute; and Lord Karan Bilimoria, House of Lords, UK. […]

Brookings India Column: Higher Education in India

23 Jan

On Dec 9, 2013, Experts in higher education converged at Brookings India to discuss some of the most pressing challenges confronting the sector. The panel – comprising Minister of State for Human Resource Development, Shashi Tharoor; Principal of Somverville College at the University of Oxford, Alice Prochaska; and the Vice Chancellor of O.P. Jindal Global […]