India’s road to global recognition is paved with collaboration
Thu Jul 19, 2012
Indian politician Shashi Tharoor advocates multiple alignments with global powers across the world
For global investors, India seems to be a fallen angel. The
country, once on the path of being a global superpower, seems
to be mired in socio-political and economic upheaval. In a
conversation with Aradhna Dayal, editor of AsiaHedge, noted
Indian diplomat and politician Shashi Tharoor - highly regarded
for his progressive socio-economic and foreign policies in the
international circuits - advocates that multiple alignments
with various global powers across the world, should be the way
forward for India
India seems to be struggling on all fronts. GDP growth
is at a nine-year low at 6.5%, inflation is escalating, while
social unrest and the policy paralysis at government level has
shaken the confidence of foreign investors. Is there a light at
the end of the tunnel?
Shashi Tharoor: I think today's pessimism is as overblown as
yesterday's boosterism was exaggerated. Our GDP growth may not
be as high as it has...
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