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India’s stealth lobbying against Holbrooke's brief - Foreign Policy - January 2009
India's Financial Secret Weapon - By Arving Panagariya - Foreign Policy - January 2009
The World's Top 20 Public Intellectuals - Jul/Aug 2008 - Foreign Policy
The List: The Worst Places to be a Woman - Foreign Policy
The List: The World's Worst Religious Leaders - Foreign Policy
A Tale of Two Bhuttos by Douglas Frantz and Catherine Collins for Foreign Policy Magazine
Why We'd Miss Musharraf by Sameer Lalwani for Foreign Policy Magazine
A False Choice in Pakistan by Daniel Markey 2007 - Used with permission of the Council on Foreign Relations
Petroleum Product Pricing in India: Where Have All the Subsidies Gone? - (c) OECD/IEA 2006
Gas-Fired Power Generation in India: Challenges and Opportunities - (c) OECD/IEA 2006
Boosting Incomes and Jobs: the OECD Strategy - (c) OECD 2006
India's Democratic Challenge by Ashutosh Varshney, 2007 (summary only) - Used with permission of the Council on Foreign Relations
America's New Startegic Partner? by Ashton B. Carter 2006
Summary: Over the last year, the U.S. and Indian governments struck a deal that recognizes India as a nuclear weapons power. Critics say Washington gave up too much too soon and at a great cost to nonproliferation efforts. Perhaps. But India could in time become a valuable security partner. So despite the deal's flaws and the uncertainties surrounding its implementation, Washington should move forward with it.
ASHTON B. CARTER is Professor of Science and International Affairs at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government and was Assistant Secretary of Defense in the first Clinton administration.
Used with permission of the Council on Foreign Relations
The India Model by Gurcharan Das 2006 - Used with permission of the Council on Foreign Relations
ADB India Economic Bulletin – October 2005
Reproduced with permission from the Asian Development Bank, from the ADB website. For more information on development in Asia and the Pacific, see www.adb.org.
'Coal in the Energy Supply of India' (C) OECD/IEA 2002
'India: A Growing International Oil and Gas Player' (c) OECD/IEA 2000