Brookings India Policy Brief


  • Deepening democracy through diversity: Improving cooperation with India and non-Western democracies 

    Jaishankar, Dhruva (Brookings India, 2019-02-28)
    The policy literature on democracy often overlooks a number of factors that have important implications for democracy’s future. First, it frequently exaggerates the decline of democracy globally, often by conflating reverses in liberalism with reversals ...
  • Regional Development in Tunisia: The Consequences of Multiple Marginalization 

    Sadiki, Larbi (Brookings India, 2019-01-15)
    This paper attempts to bring back the concept of regional development into the debate on marginalization, with special reference to Tunisia. The ensuing discussion has three aims. Firstly, the paper seeks to critically assess how the brand of development ...
  • RE "versus" coal in India – A false framing as both have a role to play 

    Tongia, Rahul (Brookings India, 2018-10-30)
    A number of publications proclaim Renewable Energy (RE) is cheaper than coal. A newspaper will often show two cost curves, a rising one for coal, and a falling one for RE, especially solar (Figure 1). At some point they cross-over, an intersection ...
  • Marginalized youth: Toward an inclusive Jordan 

    Milton-Edwards, Beverley (Brookings India, 2018-06-15)
    This policy briefing explores the impact of political, social, and economic marginalization on Jordan’s youth. It highlights the growing tensions between the government and its increasingly agitated young citizens over the matter. Those tensions manifest ...

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