Rachit Ranjan argues that it would behoove the Bretton-Woods institutions and developed countries to consider how they can become a part of the BRICS led change in the global financial regime, in order to minimize the shocks on their respective economic clout
His Excellency Ambassador Le Yucheng (Chinese Ambassador to India) on Prime Minister Modi’s visit to India and the emergence of a new chapter in Sino-Indian relationship, which is geared towards creating an Asian 21st Century.
The Web interview focuses on the effects that mega regional trade deals may have on legal regimes pertaining to trade and investment. Professor Shaffer also discusses the role played by multilateral institutions in developing domestic norms particularly in the context of trade and the strategies adopted by developing countries in filling the resource gap for a successful dispute at the WTO.
Shoikat Roy talks to foreign policy expert WPS Sidhu from the Brookings Center on a host of hot button foreign policy issues covering India-Pakistan relations, India’s nuclear doctrine and the Russia-Pakistan arms deal
The much trumpeted ‘breakthrough’ over nuclear liability at the recent Modi-Obama summit is a perfect example of hype over substance. It represents a sell-out of Indian interests and a violation of the spirit of the Civil Liability for Nuclear Damage Act.