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Founded in March 2006, the India-US World Affairs Institute is an independent, non-profit institution dedicated to promoting understanding and positive relationships between and among the peoples of India, the United States, and the world – through education, research, thought leadership, publications, seminars, conferences, travel, and strategic partnerships.

 

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The State of the International Order

The Brookings Institution, February 2014

The report assesses the state of the international order five years after the financial crisis and ten years after the Iraq war. In gauging the state of the international order, the report attempts to answer two questions: (1) What are the material realities shaping the options faced by the great powers? (2) What are the issue-by-issue interactions that are revealing or shaping the content of great power relations, and international order more generally? It identifies 11 defining characteristics of the contemporary international order, including Europe’s lost decade, trouble on the horizon for the BRICs, risk of conflict between Great Powers, and changing pattern of international trade, among others. The report concludes with the observation that the role of the United States will be crucial to help put the international order on a more stable footing. Read the full report through this link.

Culture at Work

British Council, 2013

The global movement of talent, products, and ideas has forever changed the way we do business. Our ability to engage successfully with other countries, organizations and people will depend to a large extent on whether we possess the necessary intercultural and foreign language skills to make fruitful connections, whether in trade and investment, charity/NGO programs, or as government and international organizations. This new British Council report ‘Culture at Work‘ provides insight into how employers view intercultural skills in the workplace, why these skills are important, and how they stack up next to other necessary skills in employers’ eyes. It’s based on a a survey of more than 360 recruitment decision makers at large organizations in nine countries: Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, Jordan, South Africa, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom and the United States.


Game Changers: Five Opportunities for US Growth and Renewal

McKinsey Global Institute

July 2013

A new McKinsey research report highlights five catalysts for GDP growth in the United States – energy, trade, technology (big data), infrastructure, and talent development. Click here for an executive summary of this important publication.

 

The Importance of International Students in America

National Foundation for American Policy

July 2013

International students provide a key source of talent for U.S. employers and are crucial to enhancing the ability of U.S. universities to conduct research and offer high quality academic programs to U.S. students, according to a new report released by the National Foundation for American Policy. "Foreign nationals accounting for approximately two-thirds of the graduate students at U.S. universities in electrical engineering and computer science, and a majority in other key fields, it’s clear that international students enhance the ability of U.S. universities to conduct research, recruit and retain teaching talented faculty, and offer high quality academic programs to U.S. students,” according to the report’s author, Stuart Anderson, executive director, National Foundation for American Policy, and former head of policy and counselor to the Commissioner of the INS.

 

Prices and Earnings

A Comparison of Purchasing Power Around the World

CIO Wealth Management Research, 2012

This is the latest report from UBS on comparisons of prices, wages, and domestic purchasing power in 72 cities around the world. The report is published every three years. How much working time is required to buy a 16GB iPhone in Delhi vs. Beijing vs. New York? 370 hours, 184 hours, and 27 hours, respectively. Find. Read the full report through this link.

 

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11/12/2014 » 11/23/2014
Montgomery County India Business Mission

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Maryland/Washington D.C.
District Export Council's

FORUM ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE:
COMPETING FOR A PLACE IN THE
GLOBAL ECONOMY

April 22, 2014
Rockville, MD


Maryland/Washington D.C.
District Export Council's


2014 CELEBRATION OF
INTERNATIONAL TRADE

Conference & Exposition


Matirime Institute Conf. Center
Linthicum, MD
May 22, 2014



The Smithsonian Institution's

Beyond Bollywood: Exhibition

Indian Americans Shape the Nation 

 

Government of India's website with information on investing in India

 


U.S. Department of Commerce website with information on investing in America



South Asia Hand

Ambassadors Howard and Teresita Schaffer have spent most of their careers following the South Asia region, consisting of India, Pakistan, and other countries in the region. Between them, they spent over 60 years as diplomats in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. This site is a treasure trove containing their views, analyses, and their enthusiasm for the region and its people.

 
"I do not want my house to be walled in on sides and my windows to be stuffed. I want the cultures of all the lands to be blown about my house as freely as possible."

- Mahatma Gandhi

 
“The vital mortar to seal the bricks of world order is education across international borders, not with the expectation that the knowledge would make us love each other, but in the hope that it would encourage empathy between nations, and foster the emergence of leaders whose sense of other nations and cultures would enable them to share specific policies based on tolerance and rational restraint.”

- Senator J. William Fulbright

 
“Our loyalties must transcend our race, our tribe, our class, and our nation; and this means we must develop a world perspective.”

- Martin Luther King, Jr.

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