An excerpt from former foreign secretary and former ambassador to China, Vijay Gokhale's book 'After Tiananmen: The Rise of China'
Category : big-ideas
The crucial Chinese Communist Party congress next month will likely usher in a new breed of technocrats in its highest decision making bodies. In that there are clues to shifts in the country’s domestic and foreign policy
A grandfather shares what he's learnt from his grandson on the realities of India—and his insights on how the youth can and are leading the change
Modern science is incomplete and even an imprecise tool to understand the world and the complicated problems that need solving. Instead of scientific thinking, we need systems thinking
Whose rights is the law designed to protect? And what are the values on which institutions are founded? There’s a contest between what sort of economy and what sort of democracy India will be in 2047, a 100 years after its independence on August 15 1947 when Jawaharlal Nehru declared that India had a tryst with destiny
Arun Maira, Ravi Venkatesan and Naushad Forbes discuss why the shape of economics, governance and business must change to fulfil our tryst with destiny
Why we need a new framework for economics, governance and business. An essay that sets context to an upcoming conversation hosted by Founding Fuel.
A conversation with the author of ‘Race for Tomorrow’ on how the crisis and the experiments to avert it are reshaping our world
#Beacon2022 Festival Special: Nandan Nilekani and Tanuj Bhojwani talk about digital hygiene, making tech choices, holding your own in the attention economy, enabling serendipity, cryptocurrency and more
The purpose of a good economy must be to improve human well-being. Redesigning economies to serve societies is urgent now as we grapple with the confusing challenges of getting more women into the workforce, providing care for increasing numbers of old people, and also creating more employment for young people