There is no winner in a trade war.
[T]he American drive to contain China in the battle for world leadership is real.
Trump and the U.S. political establishment perceive China, not Russia, as the main threat to U.S. interests.
A downturn is in fact possible, but is it the most likely scenario?
At a time when the multipolar international order is characterised by fundamental instability, this augurs well for India.
A Stream of Windows is a collection of Jagadish Bhagwati’s essays, op-ed articles, reviews and letters on policy domain in the field of trade, immigration and democracy. Published by the MIT Press, Cambridge, Massachusetts in 1998, the book delineated certain prophesies on trade and immigration that bears [Read more]
There is a definite, notable "Trumpcession" syndrome emerging within the U.S. economy. Transnational organizations and think tanks predict that within half a year, the global economy will sink into a large-scale recession.
In August, Donald Trump stated that he would raise tariffs by 10% effective in September on [Read more]
Data and algorithms are changing our relationships, as well as how we behave, see the world, think, live, make love and war, dream and invent.