Ravi Agrawal, Foreign Policy

Ravi Agrawal

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New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Ravi:

The Global South Is Shifting Geopolitics in 2023

From climate negotiations to sports to diplomacy, the global south is becoming more powerful. → Read More

Pakistan’s Foreign Minister: We’re Not a ‘Geopolitical Football’

Bilawal Bhutto Zardari on Islamabad’s relations with Beijing and Washington and how his country is dealing with deadly floods. → Read More

Maria Ressa Wants to Save Journalism

The Filipino American journalist and Nobel laureate explains what it’s like to be a government target—and how to safeguard a free press. → Read More

John Kerry: ‘We’re Behind. We’re Way Behind.’

America’s climate envoy on what it will take to turn things around for the planet. → Read More

Pakistan’s Protests: Why Opposition Leaders Are Criticizing the Military

Opposition parties have united to call for Imran Khan’s resignation—and for the army to stay out of politics. → Read More

The United States Cares About the Quad Because it Unites Australia, India, and Japan Against China

The United States may shun multilateralism, but it is successfully uniting Australia, India, and Japan against China. → Read More

Why India Is Considering a Probe Into Facebook

A report suggests that the social media giant ignored its own hate speech rules to further its business. Now it faces a crisis in its biggest market. → Read More

Margrethe Vestager Is Still Coming for the Big Tech Group of Apple, Google, and Facebook

The coronavirus pandemic has made the world more reliant on technology. The EU’s competition commissioner says that makes her fight more urgent. → Read More

Megha Majumdar’s ‘A Burning’ Sets the Indian Dream on Fire

Megha Majumdar’s bestselling novel “A Burning” begins with a train in flames. But what really gets torched is the Indian Dream. → Read More

Delhi’s Violence Could Presage Something Far Worse for India

After last week’s riots, experts say that police complicity could breed impunity among Hindu mobs across India. → Read More

Is South Asia Prepared for China’s Coronavirus?

While there are few reported cases in South Asia so far, an outbreak of China’s new coronavirus could overwhelm the region. → Read More

Deadly Protests in India Over Modi and Shah’s Citizenship Bill That Excludes Muslims

Modi’s new citizenship act challenges secularism by injecting religion into national policy. As nationwide protests mount, has the prime minister gone too far? → Read More

India’s Economy Is Stalling. Critics Blame the Modi Government for Creating a Climate of Fear.

Modi’s government defends its stewardship even as it seeks to reverse a sharp economic slowdown. → Read More

In India, Kashmiri Businesses Can Finally Access the Internet but With Strict Conditions

New rules force companies to give up their privacy and steer clear of social networks and Wi-Fi if they want their internet back. Regular citizens still have no access, 113 days into a digital blackout. → Read More

Amid a Floundering Economy, Protesters in Pakistan Are Marching Against Imran Khan

The economy is floundering despite a recent IMF bailout, and structural problems make it hard to envision a turnaround. → Read More

India Weighs Trade Action Against Malaysia After Kashmir Criticism

New Delhi is weighing retaliation against Kuala Lumpur and Ankara after recent criticism over Kashmir. → Read More

Pakistani PM Imran Khan Visits Beijing as China's Xi Jinping Prepares for India and Nepal Trip

Why Xi Jinping is meeting the leaders of Pakistan, India, and Nepal this week. → Read More

The Great Indian Streaming Wars

The battle over the country’s future is being waged one TV screen—and smartphone—at a time. → Read More

Can India Give Up Coal?

As world leaders make bold speeches at the United Nations Climate Action Summit this week, the question is whether their countries can wean themselves off dirty sources of energy. → Read More

Why the Failed U.S.-Taliban Talks Represent a Victory for India

New Delhi has never recognized the Taliban as a legitimate political actor. → Read More