March 1, 2010AsideEconomyForeign AffairsPragatiPublic PolicySecurity

Pragati March 2010: Strategy in trade

Pragati—The Indian National Interest Review is three.

This is an archived blog post from The Acorn.

Thank you for reading us, thank you for writing for us, thank you for subscribing and thank you for referring us to your friends. And thanks to Quill Media, our fantastic franchisee, who not only deliver the print edition to your doorstep, but are also putting it in major bookstores in India.

Highlighted in this issue is an argument for India to take a strategic approach towards trade and infrastructure and the ensuing need for a co-ordinated inter-ministerial approach towards policy formulation, negotiations and implementation.

In foreign affairs: you will find perspectives on India-US military ties, governing the diaspora, diplomacy in the neighbourhood and a critique of India’s engagement with the United Nations.

On the home front, the highlight is an essay on the newly introduced Right to Education Act. In parliament, we also make an argument for parliament to regain its supremacy over the executive. Finally, there’s a review essay on the lessons from India’s long experience countering insurgencies.

And there’s a lot more. Read & Share. (Download 2.5 MB PDF)

To mark the third anniversary, may we request you to share this issue with at least three of your friends; and encourage them to sign-up for the free digital edition or Rs 800/$80 (min) for the print edition.

If you would like to share or comment on this, please discuss it on my GitHub Previous
Realism in Riyadh
Weekday Squib: Arrabiata or Bolognaise?

© Copyright 2003-2024. Nitin Pai. All Rights Reserved.