India Seethes But Fighting Corruption Is Hard
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  • Cocklebur

    Mr. Mead I must disagree with your assumption, history favors the bold and that is almost always the case. Endemic corruption that pervades India can only be cured by extreme measures.

  • “Observers often think about the ways that social and political unrest could interfere with China’s rise to world power; the other emerging Asian superpower is also at risk.”

    Good heads-up. And all the more timely if your desire – like mine – is that social and political unrest succeed in strengthening India’s democracy. And that the same problems succeed in weakening the Communist Party’s political monopoly in China.

  • Toni

    “Just because there is a problem doesn’t mean there is a solution.”

    Would you please print that up, all in capitals and boldface, and send it to all our elected representatives in Washington? And also to every cabinet member and the head of every federal agency.

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