Curbing Corruption: Doable or Dreamlike? India Pushes to Criminalize Bribery of Foreign Officials

Jason S. Levin, Vol. 37 Associate Editor August 2015 marked the release of India’s Twentieth Law Commission report, wherein Indian officials proposed sweeping changes to the country’s policy toward bribery.[1] India, the second most populous nation and the largest democracy in the world,[2] is no stranger to the drawbacks of a society rife with corruption.[3] […]

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Financing India’s Solar Energy Infrastructure

Divya Taneja Vol. 37 Business & Development Editor Vol. 36 Associate Editor India is aiming to become a renewable energy super power.  India’s current prime minister, Narendra Modi, has outlined grand plans for India to provide electricity to 300 million Indians living without power, and to prepare for negotiations ahead for a United Nations deal […]

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