The original article is available here George Orwell once remarked “Whoever is winning at the moment will always seem to be invincible.” China’s long-running growth juggernaut has resulted in a steady conversion of China skeptics into believers, so much so that a Pew Global Attitudes report released in July 2011 indicated a widespread perception that … Read more
Samir wrote one chapter in the new ORF publication “The Global Economic Meltdown”. Please find here the original link Please find here the full document (PDF version): Deconstructing India’s Inclusive Development Agenda The Global Financial Crisis (GFC) of 2008 is widely recognized across the globe as the most severe economic downturn since the Great Depression. … Read more
by Samir Saran and Dr. John C. Hulsman 30th of November 2012 Please find here the link to the original article Second term presidencies, like second marriages, can be seen as the triumph of hope over experience. George W. Bush met with calamity in Iraq, Bill Clinton was impeached over the Lewinsky scandal, Ronald Reagan … Read more
Samir attended Cambridge Central Asia Forum roundtable on Kazakhstan, OSCE and New Opportunities, 2010
February 12, 2010, UK Link to roundtable summary For more information on the Cambridge Central Asia Forum, please visit this website.
In Economic Crisis, Conference Points to New Needs in Global Governance and Redistribution of Wealth
March 15, 2009 Brown University, RI, USA Link of the video of Samir Saran speaking at the event (video II, 4.09 min onwards) In the runup to the economic crisis meeting of the Group of 20 nations in April, a major international conference at the Watson Institute last week looked into global governance issues hindering the … Read more
by Nandan Unnikrishnan and Samir Saran Macmillan Publishers India, 2010 Summary The BRIC countries are today an increasingly cohesive group of nations with a common vision and shared commitment to collaborate and shape a more equitable and prosperous world order. All four nations are leading economies, large markets and emerging knowledge creators; their interactions within … Read more