Asia and the Pacific
On May 16, after five weeks of elections, India's longtime ruling party, the Indian National Congress, conceded defeat to opposition leader Narendra Modi. In the wake of this result, Brookings experts examine what the future will hold for India, a rising global power in the midst of rapid modernization, lingering poverty, and environmental degradation.
Flags flutter ahead of the opening session of Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC) at Tiananmen Square in Beijing (REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon).
Welcome the new AIIB
April 9, 2015, David Dollar
The positive response to the establishment of the China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank is indicative of a hope that the new bank can be more efficient than the existing ones. It may even stimulate positive reforms that makes the whole development bank system more effective in achieving its aims.
Asia and the Pacific
April 6, 2015, Mark B. McClellan, Andrea Thoumi and Elizabeth Drobnick
March 5, 2015, Paul Isenman
Opinion | The Wall Street Journal
February 18, 2015, Eswar Prasad
February 11, 2015
Opinion | The Huffington Post
January 26, 2015, Tanvi Madan
Opinion | Niti Central
January 23, 2015, Tanvi Madan
Opinion | The Economic Times
January 22, 2015, Bruce Riedel
January 22, 2015
January 21, 2015, Tanvi Madan
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Local Politics Go Global - with a new preface
William J. Antholis, September 30, 2014
The India-Pakistan Conundrum
Stephen P. Cohen, May 29, 2013
William J. Antholis
Nonresident Fellow, Governance Studies
Vikram Singh Mehta
Chairman, Brookings India
Fellow, Foreign Policy
Director, The India Project
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