NEW YORK—Governments appear overwhelmed by the mounting challenges of unwanted migration. Only so many options are available, and none are acceptable to all voters. But as the British government recently discovered, surging migration has become an ... Epoch Times, 2 weeks ago
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PIRAN, Slovenia—Anti-immigration leaders may applaud the victory in Britain favoring exit from the European Union, but many in Central Europe will regret a weakening European Union. Despite dislike for some EU policies, leaders in Hungary, Poland, ...Epoch Times, 3 weeks ago
By Nandan Nilekani BENGALURU: Conventional wisdom for the future of India is that we must grow like China, Japan and South Korea. That we must build large companies creating thousands of jobs and exporting goods. I believe that domestic ...Economic Times, 4 weeks ago Service industry will script the economic revolution, not Make-in-India: Nilekani Economic Times, 4 weeks ago
WASHINGTON—Soon after the Berlin Wall came down in 1989, followed by the disintegration of the Soviet empire, there was talk of end of history. However, after two decades of democratization and global economic integration, history is resurgent.Epoch Times, 1 month ago
By Ashok Malik* Following the recent Brexit vote and continued convulsions in Britain and Europe and, separately, in the United States it has become fashionable to talk about de-globalisation. In the US, as in Europe, unresolved economic concerns ...Eurasia Review, 1 month ago
LONDON—The British decision to leave the European Union is seen by many as a rejection of globalization, although the thumbs down was on free movement of labor within the bloc and not on free trade or unrestricted flow of capital within. At the ...Epoch Times, 1 month ago
Two years after launching the Make in India, program the Modi government has turned to the textile sector that once propelled India as one of the world's leading manufacturing powers. Recent announcements of a special package to promote textile and ...Yale Global Online, 1 month ago
Nayan Chanda Nayan Chanda is the author of Bound Together: How Traders, Preachers, Adventurers and Warriors Shaped Globalization and is Consulting Editor of YaleGlobal Online, published by the MacMillan Center, Yale University. More From The ...Businessworld India, 1 month ago
South China dream interrupted: Party Secretary General Xi Jinping on board destroyer Haikou surveys South China Sea in 2012, top; Filipino nationalists overcome with joy at the court victory, 2016 NEW DELHI: An international court's stinging ...Yale Global Online, 1 month ago
It is unfortunate that the Emerging Market Forum launched an important compendium on the future of emerging markets and developing economies just weeks ahead of the tectonic shifts ushered in by Brexit. The 472-page anthology titled The World in ...Yale Global Online, 1 month ago
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