Rani D Mullen

The writer is visiting senior research fellow, Institute of South Asian Studies, National University of Singapore, associate professor, College of William & Mary; and director, Indian Development Cooperation Research, Centre for Policy Research

Articles By Rani D Mullen

Any terror attack traceable to Pakistan undercuts its economic stability, IMF deal

If institutions such as FATF continue to keep Pakistan on the grey list or even blacklist it, and IMF imposes more stringent conditionalities, global investor confidence in Pakistan could nosedive, deepening the economic crisis.

Refocusing on Africa

Slow delivery of aid, low credit disbursement can undo India’s strategy

New Great Game in the Indo-Pacific

It’s a one-sided project. While China has been drawing up strategies, India and other major powers have done nothing but talk

From Beijing to Kabul

It is time for India and China to make common cause on Afghanistan

Holding back on soft power

While India’s development assistance has increased markedly since 2000,it remains moderate in relation to the country’s size and growing stature

Golden promise

India’s pledge to the IMF fund for eurozone makes economic sense