The Nobel Committee may have awarded this year’s Peace Prize to an Indian and a Pakistani, but the problems in young Malala Yousafzai’s country are all its own.
While the peaceful and democratic transfer of power marks a milestone in Afghanistan’s tumultuous history, the country faces mounting security and governance challenges as international support is diminishing. To ensure long-term stability, the following five priorities should top the new government’s agenda.
For a country long led by socialists steeped in crude antibusiness sentiment, Mr. Modi is a welcome improvement. But it may also be a good idea for prospective investors to press the prime minister and his team on how exactly they intend to achieve their goals.
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At the end of September Modi is due to make his first state visit to America. Despite Modi’s 2005 visa ban and India’s rocky relationship with the US to date, it is possible to be cautiously optimistic about the future relations between the two democratic giants.
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We welcome you to join us at AEI for a discussion of what’s next for the Common Core.
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