Last March, President Obama vetoed the “Keystone XL Pipeline” bill, to the relief of environmentalists and anti-pipeline stakeholders. But were the environmental and social costs of the pipeline ever really in doubt?
The BBC documentary “India’s Daughter” has helped expose the disturbing level of sexual assault that women in India face every day. But the Indian government has banned the film in a desperate attempt to save face.
Despite the growing friendship between Barack Obama and Narendra Modi, the subject of religious intolerance remains an irritant in US-India relations.
Arvind Kejriwal’s watershed victory in Delhi’s elections this Tuesday comes after the political failure of his short-lived administration in India’s capital last year.
Puneet Brar dissects the recommendations and concerns detailed in the most recent OECD Economic Outlook report.
Puneet Brar examines the challenges facing the global community in the wake of the IPCC’s report on climate change. She advocates a de-politicization of the issue, as it is overshadowing the dangers and intricacies of the issue.
We are accustomed to hearing the same news about oil: a disruption of global supplies by members of OPEC lead to an increase in the already soaring prices of oil. Since August of this year, however, the story has changed. Puneet Brar considers the impact of falling oil prices on global affairs.
Puneet Brar comments on Narendra Modi’s recent visit to the United States, analyzing its likely effect of economic and political relations between the two countries.