WRM to India for Three Weeks
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  • Anthony

    “It’s a way for me to learn about the world and meet interesting thinkers and policy makers” – in real time also which enables blog readers to benefit from Information Revolution.

    “Unless you get out on the road, immerse yourself in the culture and politics of other countries, and listen carefully to what other people have to say, you can get trapped in your own preconceptions.” A sentiment that applies not only to countries but also to neighborhoods, communities, cities, states, etc. – intellectual growth requires escape from trap of preconceptions.

  • Raymond R

    Enjoy your trip

  • Kenny

    While you’re away, don’t let the kiddies get out of hand, Mr. Mead.

  • Kevin

    I look forward to hearing what you find. A better understanding of India is invaluable.

    Who will oversee administering discipline to the unruly interns?

  • Have a safe trip, Prof Mead. And I’m looking forward to the input of the rest of the VM team.

  • Atanu Maulik

    I am from Kolkata, India and is a regular reader of your blogs. I really appreciate your deep knowledge and insight into world affairs. I hope you will have a pleasant trip.

  • dan berg

    Do me a favor; ask the Indians at every stop what they think about China (where I have lived for the last 7 years).

  • Varun

    Hello Sir,

    I started reading your blog with the series on “Blue economic model” of 20th century and how it can no longer be sustained in the 21st century. I think I have learned a lot about American economy and culture by reading your blog.

    I am a software engineer in Hyderabad. I will try to attend your events in Hyd.

    Best wishes,
    Varun

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