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Social Media: Asia/Pacific: Central/North Asia: India

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US, Mexico social security move has India's attention
As the US and Mexico work towards sealing a pact on social security-totalisation between themselves, halfway across the world, India is watching with interest, not just the precedent, but the obstacle... Read More...

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Patriot Games: Pak warns US of S Asia crisis
Pakistan said on Wednesday that any bid by India to buy US-made Patriot missiles would plunge the region into crisis and threaten an ongoing peace process between the nuclear-armed rivals. (2/13/2005,... Read More...

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Media violence and terrorism
This publication attempts to reveal some of the profound changes in the way that fundamental liberties such as freedom of expression and press freedom have been affected by terrorism and the efforts b... Read More...

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The Paradigm Change in World Trade
Supachai Panitchpakdi discusses how he believes India will soon become the center of a rapidly involving global trading system. (The Financial Express, 12/2/04) Read More...

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Russia Seeks Help for WTO Entry
Article discusses Russia's plan to increase positive trade relations with India in an attempt to get a bid for the WTO. By Monica Gupta (11/27/04, Rediff.com) Read More...

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What GATS Means for a Global Career
Discusses the main principles of GATS (General Agreement on Trade and Services) and why India desires decreased limitations on trade and services. (The Economic Times, 10/11/04) Read More...

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India Flays Rich Nations Violating Textiles Pact
Discusses the new quotas implemented by the US, EU, and Turkey on textiles. Article also discusses how India and other developing countries feel about these quotas. By Sanjay Jog (The Financial Expre... Read More...

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Can India Overtake China?
On the road to economic development, China relies upon foreign direct investment (FDI), while India has seen economic prosperity through homegrown entrepreneurs--a strategy which may give it a long-te... Read More...

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India — Skipping the Industrial Revolution?
Many Indians are frightened by the idea of bypassing the industrial revolution. They ask, "But won't we still need clothes to wear and cement and steel to build our homes?" This is a misguided worry. ... Read More...

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A Global Power Shift in the Making
Global power shifts happen rarely and are even less often peaceful. Washington must take heed: Asia is rising fast, with its growing economic power translating into political and military strength. Th... Read More...

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Selling to the Poor
The world’s 4 billion poor people make up the largest untapped consumer market on Earth. To reach them, CEOs must shed old, tired concepts of marketing, distribution, and research. Getting it right ca... Read More...

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India's Pro-Growth Policies Paying Off
A Goldman Sachs report predicts that India will become the world's second largest economy, surpassing China, after 2010. (National Center for Policy Analysis, 2/13/04) Read More...

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Hindu Nationalism Clouds the Face of India
(World Policy Journal, 3/1/2001)

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India in the World: Neither Rich, Powerful, nor Principled
After 50 years of independence, India appears to the world neither rich nor powerful nor principled. By Ramesh Thakur. (Foreign Affairs, 7/1/1997, $) Read More...

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India's Problem Is Not Politics
India's democracy is the glue that keeps the country together; its economy, if not reformed, could cause dangerous strains. By Marshall M. Bouton. (Foreign Affairs, 5/1/1998, $) Read More...

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India's Fine Balance
To hold on to power, Prime Minister Atal Behari Vajpayee government must also handle domestic political crises, defuse Hindu-Muslim tension, and recharge a faltering economy. By Dennis Kux. (Foreign... Read More...

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Kashmir: Redefining the U.S. Role
(Brookings Institute, 11/1/2002)

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Kashmir: Fundamentalism Takes Root
Last year's nuclear tests by both India and Pakistan brought world attention to the decades-old Kashmir conflict. Neither New Delhi nor Islamabad has ever asked what Kashmiris want. They would not lik... Read More...

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Reducing Collateral Damage to Indo-Pakistani Relations from the War on Terrorism
(Brookings Institute, 9/1/2002)

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BBC In Depth: Kashmir Conflict
BBC News Online's special coverage takes an in-depth look at the decades-old dispute between India and Pakistan over Kashmir. (8/2/2000) Read More...

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BBC In Depth: Indian Elections
The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party-led alliance has secured a majority of more than 40 seats in India's general election. BBC News Online's special coverage includes full results, post-election analysi... Read More...

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The United States and India: A Transformed Relationship
Richard N. Haass, Director, Policy Planning Staff Remarks to Confederation of Indian Industry Hyderabad, India (07/01/2003) Read More...

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