October 2008 – After the bailout

Issue 18 - Sep 2008

Issue Contents
PERSPECTIVE
Asian growth in an American vaccuum
A stronger rupee is the path ahead for India
V Anantha Nageswaran
Frontline worry in the war on terror
Washington must learn to do without a friendly Pakistani general
Nikolas Gvosdev
Fewer laws, more efficient enforcement
There are no shortcuts in the battle against terrorists
Ravikiran S Rao
Towards a new anti-terrorism policy
A seven-point programme
Nitin Pai
IN DEPTH
The Vajpayee-Manmohan doctrine
The moorings of contemporary Indian foreign policy
Dhruva Jaishankar
FILTER
Washington’s Pakistan strategy; Pakistan’s westward drift; The next chapter
Vijay Vikram
ROUNDUP
A new millennium in science
India’s scientific output has risen sharply since 2000
Christopher King
An electric imperative
Bringing power sector reforms back onto the national agenda
Gulzar Natarajan

BOOKS 
American Indians
A review of Vinay Lal’s The Other Indians
Chandrahas Choudhury

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