June 12, 2019
How India made its mark at the Bretton Woods Conference
In a real moment of multilateralism, the Bretton Woods conference was one where countries like India made their mark.
February 19, 2019
Terror attacks on India: Pakistan perfidy and global hypocrisy
In his latest, The New Indian Express column Shankkar Aiyer, Visiting Senior Fellow, opines that India’s target should not just be the instruments but the instrumentality of terror as state policy.
January 25, 2019
IDFC Institute's Work on Regional Divergence is Quoted in the Harvard Economics Review
In a blog post of the Harvard Economics Review, CAFRAL's Sujan Bandyopadhyay and Anmol Agarwal quote our work on regional divergence.
January 02, 2019
The Faustian bargain we have struck with ‘godless secularism’
When religion was forcibly ejected from the public sphere, what replaced it was a vacuum—a malaise or an ennui
August 13, 2018
From Nehru’s ‘idea of India’ to Modi’s ‘new India’
Modi’s policy actions have allowed us to fill in some of the blanks in how his new India differs from the Nehruvian idea
August 13, 2018
India and the August Republics
This week, India will observe 71 years of Independence.
July 23, 2018
India gets caught in Trump’s trade war
What should India do in a world where trade horizons are receding and the wave of globalisation that began in 1991, is almost at an end
June 11, 2018
India’s trade-off with Trumponomics
The trade-off with Trumponomics is a complex cocktail of geopolitics and economics
March 08, 2018
Reuben Abraham in conversation with Alyssa Ayres on her new book
Reuben Abraham, CEO and Senior Fellow, IDFC Institute, in conversation with Alyssa Ayres on her new book "Our Time Has Come: How India is Making its Place in the World", in March 2018, in Mumbai...
February 26, 2018
Justin Trudeau’s false fixation with ‘progressive’ trade
Trudeau’s progressive trade agenda is likely to be as damaging to the cause of genuinely freer trade as Trump’s protectionist approach to trade agreements