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Sanjaya Baru: Energising growth

The quest for energy security is central to national security and the national interest

Sanjaya Baru: A tale of three partitions

Germany, British India and Korea were all partitioned. But each divided nation has had a vastly different experience

Sanjaya Baru: Anchoring Australia

A continent adrift in the western Pacific is seeking a new Indo-Pacific home

Sanjaya Baru: Merkel's moment

Germany has deployed geoeconomics to alter the geopolitics of the euro zone

Sanjaya Baru: Festival mood and economy

In 2008-09 boosting consumption helped sustain growth. Now it's investment that needs a boost

Sanjaya Baru: India and Vietnam

This is perhaps the most well-rounded bilateral relationship that India has with any country

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