Exasperated India heads for the polls

A tired Congress Party looks unlikely to win this year’s national election, writes Robin Jeffrey

12 Feb 14 | Comments (0)

Gloriously improbable India

Robin Jeffrey reviews a richly researched wake-up call from two distinguished India-watchers

18 Oct 13 | Comments (0)

The middle-aged mobile

The mobile phone turned forty last month. Ramon Lobato reviews three recent books about the worlds it has created

17 May 13 | Comments (0)

Mobile phone nation

With subscriber numbers heading for a billion, the disruptive impact of mobile phones in India could be enormous. In this extract from their new book, Robin Jeffrey and Assa Doron look at how the technology is unsettling domesticity, sexuality and morality

14 Feb 13 | Comments (0)

How the world warmed to a nuclear India

India has pursued two curiously contradictory approaches to nuclear proliferation since independence, writes Kate Sullivan

03 May 12 | Comments (0)

“Asianising” education: the China option?

If we want to engage or compete with universities in Asia, we need to be clear about the aims of our own education system, writes Antonia Finnane

26 Mar 12 | Comments (3)

Among Asia’s giants

With the right leadership Burma could undoubtedly use its position between China and India to its advantage, writes Nicholas Farrelly

21 Dec 11 | Comments (1)

How Labor finished Bush’s uranium script

The debate over uranium exports to India has ignored the most important argument of all, writes Andy Butfoy

23 Nov 11 | Comments (1)