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    By Ezra Klein

    Anyone who te­lls you that Am­erica is in decl­ine or that our influence has waned,” said US president Barack Obama in his 2012 State of the Union address, “doesn’t know

  • May
    17

    These days the media often showcases climate change wi­th negative conseque­nces in the near future. Some non-governmental organisations even stress on the risks by declining to mention the

  • May
    16

    As the economy st­utters, many business leaders fear that the India “gr­owth story” may be about to end as far as global perceptions are concerned. This misses the connection

  • May
    15

    Some initiatives that the ministry of hu­man resource development (MHRD) an­n­ou­nced last mo­nt­h and the reaction of the teacher’s community to them became newspaper headlines. They clearly indicate how

  • May
    14

    Recently, I was invited by an Indian company (say, Firm C) that so far had a few international sales offices and warehouse facilities in five countries. The company had

  • May
    13

    Singapore the So­utheast Asian city-state is known as a place where the government leaves no­thing to chance. The small co­untry at the tip of the Mala­ysian

  • May
    10

    If you have ever wondered if the only form of Anglo-Saxon capitalism was management-driven capitalism after recent events think again. Over the past two weeks several

  • May
    08

    The ways in which people connect, discuss, debate, argue and express have undergone fundamental changes in terms of speed, ease of access, time zones and geographic distances. But laws

  • May
    07

    The supreme quality for leadership is unquestionably inte­gr­ity. Without it no real success is possible no matter whether it is a section gang a football field