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Threats that India faces in a post-globalised world
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Threats that India faces in a post-globalised world

India should plan its strategies on the assumption that the rightward swing will stay and the West will retreat into an economic fortress, says Nitin Desai. One month of the Donald Trump presidency has confirmed the fears that were expressed after his surprise victory. His acts are as extreme as his views and have been restrained only by the checks and balances in the US political system. In Europe too, the far-right may well be legitimised in the forthcoming elections in the Netherlands ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

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Davos darling Xi not practising what he preaches: analysts

Xi Jinping's hymn to globalisation at Davos may have won acclaim from the meeting's well-heeled elite, but Chinese experts say it was distinctly out of tune with an administration that is increasingly closed and hostile to the outside world. In his highly ...
 Business Standard2 months ago

How neo-nationalism went global

For more than ten years, the world has been witnessing a sharp spike in nationalist tensions , coupled with flare-ups in xenophobia and nativism . But it took Brexit and the election of Donald Trump to spark a real conversation about the global rise in ...
 catchnews.com1 week ago
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Why investors are increasingly confident about India

They now believe their money will be repaid after completion of the tenure of the instruments they have invested in, says Anup Roy. The central government and regulators have stepped up engagement with foreign investors in order to enable home companies to raise funds from the international market, said senior executives of the London Stock Exchange.   According to Darko Hajdukovic, head of analytics, funds and fixed income, and Lillian Georgopoulou, fixed income product specialist of the ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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'Modi is hologramming himself into every state'

'If you are in Punjab, Modi is omnipresent as if he is going to be chief minister of Punjab.' 'If he is in Uttarakhand, he presents himself to be the chief minister of Uttarakhand.' 'When he is in UP, he is touted as the chief minister of UP.' 'There is a personality cult which is being built around a person... that he is the panacea of every democratic exercise in India, from panchayat to Parliament.' 'Modi at some point will pay the price for trying to build a very ambitious personality ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Bharati Mukherjee: A Sense of Belonging

WHEN I FIRST began corresponding with novelist Bharati Mukherjee in New York, it was spring of 2015 and a time of dreaming. ‘I am so honored by your interest in my work,’ Mukherjee had written graciously in her letter; this became a precursor to a few ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago
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The end of the world, as we knew it

'An isolationist US and a disintegrating European Union will create a power vacuum that only China is in a position to fill -- a conclusion that is uncomfortable but unavoidable,' says Nitin Desai.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com   On January 20, 2017 a speech delivered from the steps of the Capitol in Washington, DC signalled the end of the post-war world order. The country that led the development of this order elected a president whose inaugural speech rejected practically every ...
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Nationalism? What's that got to do with Trump and Brexit?

Nothing, according to Deepak Lal. He argues that the contemporary attempts to control immigration in the US and UK are not nativist. IMAGE: On a derelict building in Bristol, England, is a mural of former London Mayor Boris Johnson, right, one of the biggest names leading Brexit campaign, and Donald Trump, who supported Brexit. Photograph: Matt Cardy/Getty Images. Nativism has been an important feature of the US -- though a nation of immigrants. It was characterised by John Higham, in his ...
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Will Trump's 'America First' kick the world into a recession?

'Trump's anti-trade, anti-immigrant rhetoric reminds me of Chinese history,' says A V Rajawade.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Since the 2008 crisis, global trade growth, in absolute terms and also as a percentage of the global output, has been uneven and well below the trend line of the previous three decades. Global trade registered a sharp fall in 2009. But there was a revival in 2010 and 2011, and stronger growth in the following three years. Trade has registered a drop in 2015, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Foreign business sceptical of China's promised opening

By Michael Martina and John Ruwitch BEIJING/SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Beijing has some way to go to convince foreign businesses that it is serious about liberalising China's economy, despite President Xi Jinping's speech at Davos on Tuesday and new proposals to ...
 Sify2 months ago
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