- Columnist, Wall Street Journal, 2010-present
- Indonesia Correspondent, 2000-2004; India Bureau Chief, 1999-2000, Far Eastern Economic Review
India needs to start talking about aggregate demographic trends without losing sight of individual rights.
Instead of applauding Bangladesh’s efforts to close a traumatic chapter of its past, Western governments have been lukewarm to hostile.
Pakistan’s high court has decided to release the man many believe to have orchestrated the 2008 terror attacks on Mumbai, killing more than 160 people. The ruling has faced criticism from India, causing further friction between the two countries.
Radical Sunni Islam may threaten India more directly, but the Shia variety can’t be ignored.
As Narendra Modi’s government approaches its first anniversary, three experts discuss whether he is the economic reformer he promised to be.
With China slowing, Brazil stagnating, and Russia tanking, India has once again emerged as a bright economic spot in the developing world.
India’s recent reactions to foreign opinion has only made it look small.
Narendra Modi’s first full federal budget didn’t go nearly as far as many had hoped.
A humbling state-election defeat is no reason for India’s government to resort to populism.
A contentious election in the national capital could reset Indian politics.
If Modi continues to reform the economy and revitalise Indian diplomacy, his honeymoon with Washington will only lengthen.