An important state election in Himachal Pradesh and the electoral campaign in Gujarat – the votes take place in December and the results for both states will be declared on the 18th of December - will determine the course of Indian domestic politics for 2018/19. In the new chapter „Economic Developments“, the focus is on „buisiness sentiments“ and the impact of the General Service Tax. Modi's tour to the Phillippines and India's relations with Afghanistan are the main focus in the regional and wider international relations.
Part I Domestic developments in India
Himachal Pradesh: Can the BJP defeat the Congress?
Gujarat: Is the BJP-citadel loosing strength?
Part II India-Economic Developments
Economic situation in November 2017: „Business Sentiment“
GST: Trials and tribulations
Part III India - Foreign Policy Developments
Modi at the ASEAN-India Summit
Part IV South Asia
Ghani’s Visit in the Context of Trumps’ South Asia Strategy
Will China resume building roads in Doklam?
Rediff.com, August 29, 2017
· Is the Narendra Modi Bubble About to Burst?
Prem Shankar Jha
The Wireonline, September 05, 2017
· Degrees of Separation
C. Raja Mohan
The Indian Expressonline, September 09, 2017
· Plight of Rohingya
S Nihal Singh
The Tribuneonline, September 16, 2017
· How does BJP succeed in relentlessly acquiring power, state after state?
Hindustan Times online, September 16, 2017
· Recalibrate Pak policy, reach out to the world
K. C. Singh
Deccan Chronicleonline, September 25, 2017
· Why India-Pakistan ties will remain 'frozen for the foreseeable future'
Daily Mailonline, September 25, 2017
· Mani Shankar Aiyar On Ram Madhav's Offer Of Dialogue To Kashmir
Mani Shankar Aiyar
NDTVonline, September 26, 2017
· The frenemies within
Business Standardonline, September 27, 2017
· Here’s why India did the right thing by refusing to send troops to Afghanistan
Economic Timesonline, September 27, 2017