manvsnature

Humans cannot win the war against nature

The nature is rebelling against exploitation by human beings through wild fires, tsunamis, hurricanes, massive floods, and now with the dreaded coronavirus. Read more »
globalisation in coronavirus days

Strong state, attacks on freedom, protectionism will mark post-Covid world

The governments and leaders will attain commanding heights during Covid response, but the economic crisis and job losses will take the sheen off the leaders. Read more »
RCEP will aid Chinese emergence over world trade

Covid-19 contagion: How will it play out on world economy

A multilateral policy dialogue is essential to evolve appropriate control and policy measures to limit the economic cost of the pandemic. Read more »
Covid vs climate change

Fall in CO2 emissions not enough to stop climate change

The fall in air and water pollution due to the lockdown is a temporary phenomenon and should not prompt the world to lower the guard in the fight against climate change. Read more »
free-trade agreements

Lessons for India from global manufacturing hubs

To become a global economic powerhouse, India should engage foreign companies in a mutually beneficial partnership. Read more »
South Asia trade

Can India match Chinese success in post-Covid global economy?

India looks like an automatic choice to be a manufacturing hub that could emulate the Chinese miracle. Here’s how it can match China. Read more »
Indian port trade

Amid coronavirus gloom, a great opportunity beckons India

The world’s dependence on China has resulted in a huge disruption in production. India should promote itself as an alternative manufacturing hub. Read more »
Coronavirus impact on human life.

In depth: Seven ways coronavirus outbreak will change human life

John Samuel lists political, economic and social consequence of the covid-19 pandemic. Read more »
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New coronavirus: Spread to poorer countries pose big threat

The real test of the world’s resilience to fight the virus will come in Africa where there could be huge casualties. Read more »