When Britain begs India to keep taking handouts, you know aid is more about nourishing soulless Westerners than feeding hungry Southerners.
In demanding the utter isolation of Third World tribes, Survival International turns communities into freakshows.
James Woudhuysen reports from India on why the middle-class warriors against corruption aren’t so heroic.
The bribing of Indians to stop having babies is not that different to the moral blackmail used by Western Malthusians.
The PM’s Israel-upsetting, Pakistan-isolating world tour shows that celebrity-style badmouthing has taken the place of diplomatic nicety.
Must-reads from the past week
The elevation of the G20 over the G8 has prompted talk of an international power shift. The reality is more complicated.
Hillary Clinton’s pressure on India to shrink its ‘carbon footprint’ is little more than eco-imperialism.
Sadhvi Sharma reports from Bombay on one Indian official’s mad scheme for reducing the number of poor people.
Rebranding Indian cities, streets and landmarks with ‘authentic’ Hindi names is parochial and chauvinistic, says Bombayite Sadhvi Sharma.
Sadhvi Sharma reports from Bombay on the gimmicks and threats that were used to get people voting in the elections.