This 2014 Brookings India briefing book provides the overview and situates SAARC geopolitically; it looks at ways of further enhancing existing regional cooperation and examines the prospect of initiating cooperation on new issues.
Are the Indian government's recent targets and support mechanisms for renewable energy achievable? Rahul Tongia's new Impact Series paper explores.
Using three cities as examples, the report highlights governance challenges, infrastructure gaps, institutional arrangements, and financial tools that policymakers must consider to reach their local ambitions.
Will there be demand for 1.5 billion tonne of coal, which India is looking to produce by 2020? What role do India's growth rate, growth of renewable sources of energy, and electricity for all play?
India needs to tread with caution and avoid all controversial issues that could lead to friction at the BRICS Summit next monthRead More
The current government is some ways is relatively more immune to public pressure on this issue.Read More
Despite all the justifiable frustrations with the pace of change among many commentators, the government should be heartened by these findings – although they should not lead to complacencyRead More