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Pragati February 2008: What Kautilya would say

Issue 11 - Feb 2008

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

Issue Contents


Common interests Rory Medcalf

Closer Australia-India relations need greater political will

A disarming argument Nitin Pai

Non-proliferation isn’t working too well. Will disarmament fare better?

Beyond marking time R Hariharan

The problem with India’s Sri Lanka policy is there is no common agreement on it


On sovereign wealth funds and West Bengal politics


African technology goes brown”; Leaky Bottom; The new Big Three?; There is a story in the nuances


What Kautilya would say Balbir S Sihag

Some aspects of the relevance of the Arthashastra in the contemporary world


Getting ahead in the rankings Deepa Vasudevan & Mukul G Asher

Many small things can make a big difference in business friendliness

The Nano opportunity Rohit Pradhan & Pratik Mhatre

Time to address urban transport in a holistic manner

America’s command capitalism V Anantha Nageswaran

…and its economic consequences


Down the Red Corridor Chandrahas Choudhury

A review of Sudeep Chakravarti’s book Red Sun: Travels in Naxalite Country

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