'The News Industry is a Public Service'

Interview of: Manjeet Kripalani

As part of the Edward R. Murrow Press Fellowship 60th Anniversary initiative current and former fellows discuss the stories that have had the most impact and present ideas for sustaining serious international journalism. Former fellow Manjeet Kripalani talks about spotting the early trends in globalization towards India and her coverage of that trend. She goes on to propose a shift in the news industry that would see news organizations from countries like India and Mexico take on the void left by western organizations that are increasingly deprived of funding. For more on the initiative, visit

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Foreign Affairs Article

Letter From New Delhi

Author: Samanth Subramanian

The BJP's Hindu nationalism may have won it votes in the past, but the party now faces an identity crisis that is imperiling its future.

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India's Climate Change Forecast

Jairam Ramesh interviewed by Jayshree Bajoria

Environment minister Jairam Ramesh says India plans to outline unilateral greenhouse gas emissions cuts soon. But he says rich states must commit to greater cuts of their own before developing countries can agree on binding global targets.

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Balancing India and China

Amid a new round of India-China border talks, regional specialists Sumit Ganguly and Minxin Pei discuss relations between these rising powers and how they affect U.S. interests in Asia.

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