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Professor @ Ashoka University; Sr Fellow @ Carnegie India. Latest book - Fierce Enigmas/The Most Dangerous Place: A History of the United States in South Asia.

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@NH_India Nobody asked my permission before transcribing this lecture and using it as an opinion piece. Expect bett… https://t.co/fW8R4JNTtoGreat power rivalries and nationalism are stifling innovation. As China and the United States hold emerging techn… https://t.co/F4Q0zPHJ5H
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanNegation of the Negation https://t.co/8JUm0AFIX1
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11/15
2019
Reposting for Nehru’s 130th birth anniversary: Sunil Khilnani, “Nehru’s Judgement,” in ‘Political Judgement: Essays… https://t.co/GiswV8rj7r
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanLove the cover of Munshi Mohammad Ibrahim’s WW1 Play from Lahore “Jang-e Jarman “ (The German War), circa early 193… https://t.co/ft1uN0GuJj
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @MohanCRaja Note the very Marxist opening sentence:)"Techno-nationalists, irrespective of their nationality, take a strategic view of industry and technology," argues… https://t.co/LLzJWl3n1K
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanMy essay on Brexit and the end of British national capitalism is now online https://t.co/l8FD19PCkE
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11/14
2019
@Lydia_Walker_ Delighted to have you over!Ten years on from the beginning of the Greek debt crisis, with @BMF_Bund Scholz’s banking union initiative hanging… https://t.co/31Hj1rZ2FS
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11/12
2019
Ornit Shani’s ‘How India Became Democratic’ wins the Rs 15-lakh New India Foundation Book prize https://t.co/E04gHPOWjO via @scroll_in
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11/10
2019
My novel ACCIDENTAL MAGIC will be launched tomorrow at 5.30 pm at @BlrLitFest. I’ll be in conversation with… https://t.co/GlQM9cCCWt
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanCarrying a prize purse of INR 15 lacs and a citation, the second annual book prize was announced at the Bangalore L… https://t.co/UKF8ctEmt4
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11/9
2019
Many congratulations @anandspandian! https://t.co/TOXDk2OKRB
11/7
2019
This superb social history just arrived. It is the product of a New India Foundation Fellowship. ⁦@newindiafndtion⁩… https://t.co/D0HHCv6MX6
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11/6
2019
Wondering why India pulled out of RCEP and what it means for us? Rajat Kathuria of @ICRIER lucidly explained to me… https://t.co/45LMrJgWYC
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanProvocative and rich essay by senior colleague @tomrgriffiths on climate change, protest, and history https://t.co/lzREGWtCFU
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanWondering why India pulled out of RCEP and what it means for us? Rajat Kathuria of @ICRIER lucidly explained to me… https://t.co/45LMrJgWYCLet us, first implement an Honour Code or Code of Conduct for our serving senior officers. Keeping 'arm's length' f… https://t.co/HMvpD1KdV8
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11/5
2019
Pleased to announce that the open-access version of ‘India in a Warming World’ is now live! https://t.co/epeindsxLPhttps://t.co/sEUeXEBSaj
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11/2
2019
Videos of global econ history conference with an amazing lineup ( Irigoin, Prados de la E., Bishnupriya Gupta, Sugi… https://t.co/Dqcss7C7ey
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanIf you want to learn more about the upcoming #RCEP summit, @CarnegieIndia has you covered! Listen to… https://t.co/lvImGEA0hJ
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10/31
2019
This is Bruno Kahl, boss of Germany’s BND spy service. CDU member. Personal confidant of Schaeuble. Did his PhD in… https://t.co/LqJ0nkmLmD
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10/30
2019
Love’s labour of 2 years. Midnight’s Machines, a political history of (all) technology in independent India, is out… https://t.co/KsMfxboirt
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanCool interview with Prof John Roemer on exploitation, “algorithmic fairness,” the nature of Kantian equilibria and… https://t.co/EmF5dkVHcj
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanJoin us for a roundtable discussion with @karthiknach and @srinathraghava3 to discuss 'India in #Multilateral Negot… https://t.co/eppRKtiG33
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @SauravK1890 Not at all. Thanks! @itihaasnaama @Daanibhai Where is this from? Fascinating
10/29
2019
Who visits Khorgos, the trade zone on China-Kazakhstan border — Quartz https://t.co/zFsJUAC86C
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanOn November 4, we will be co-hosting a day-long workshop in partnership with the Department of International Relati… https://t.co/pRY1M55RLg
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan*Thirty* major texts in labor studies reissued, with new contextualising forewords, and free to download. So much f… https://t.co/xYJc7Satu0
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanRIP Stephen P. Cohen. https://t.co/6GCFeJqebn
10/28
2019
@NMRatnam Where is this from?! @SoundaryaSrini Nice!The best interview in Indian media of Abhijit Banerjee by @Roshanjnu. Well prepared thoughtful questions after read… https://t.co/izly2XDuHE
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10/27
2019
"Not only could these numbers be questioned and would thus make the Army look similar to Pakistan military’s propag… https://t.co/F5s4v0ilHYhttps://t.co/OrCbfzcHSaMy study of the making of modern India is now ready and available for pre-order: https://t.co/y6KBzT72ny @Harvard_Press
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10/26
2019
My version of Bharathiar's Chuttum Vizhi Chudardhaan - A composition with a myriad of versions and tunes! https://t.co/O6iF9NwOa1
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @shafqatmunir Thanks:)‘Unbridled global expansion’ over for banks, says Deutsche US boss - https://t.co/EaAdyB75sI
10/25
2019
Folks: my book is now available for pre-order on Amazon (US). Fateful Triangle: How China Shaped US-India Relatio… https://t.co/MDU4yqfI8E
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanExcellent analysis by @pstanpolitics. Must read. https://t.co/o0lneaAs4EHow history matters even now in a ‘post-truth’ age. Sumit Guha's new book is out: History and Memory in South Asia.… https://t.co/KRseGwGpds
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanThe Office of the Historian just released Foreign Relations, 1969–76, Volume E–9, Part 2, Documents on the Middle E… https://t.co/pEx2sW5f2L
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanThrilled (and more than a little terrified) to finally be able to announce that my novel Accidental Magic will be p… https://t.co/CHPRx8jGqM
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10/24
2019
Join us for the #GlobalTechSummit, from December 4-6, as we convene policymakers, industry experts, and scholars to… https://t.co/UDV6HZtL6L
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan200 Years Later. Retracing Francis Buchanan's Journey through southern India. https://t.co/Blfv4vH7PN https://t.co/1IBhFEW2Ox
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanNew episode of #GrandTamasha out today: the incomparable Yamini Aiyar--President & CEO @CPR_India--on the hits and… https://t.co/WhZmYyavcN
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10/23
2019
Wonderful roundtable on "Empire of Guns" in the Journal of Global History: A thousand thanks to Simon Jackson for o… https://t.co/5laYGgPHg6
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10/22
2019
On his 87th birth anniversary, I am launching my father, R.K. Hazari's (1932-1986) website which contains articles… https://t.co/fFl9XWUdSZ
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanThe South Asian Open Archives are one of the most exciting tools for historians and those interested in South Asian… https://t.co/4BwuvSZp8i
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan"Tuccu divulged that the Indo-Naga talks are facing hurdles on the issues of Naga flag and constitution, despite co… https://t.co/KgYaLokFYE
10/21
2019
As Official Historian of Falklands can i note that Europeans showed solidarity with UK from the start (with sanctio… https://t.co/pIeGeRaCRQ
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @srutihari Thanks Shruti!What Next for the Bretton Woods Twins? Excellent piece by Devesh Kapur. https://t.co/LTGvwsHcoI
10/20
2019
How long before the US Fed joins the global bandwagon on central banks and greening finance? With her finger on the… https://t.co/Z7Are7zzY3
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanWork at @AshokaUniv as a part of an exciting new centre: Centre for Economic Data and Analysis: CEDA. We are lookin… https://t.co/JkZsqjHXRx
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10/18
2019
@pstanpolitics @Bhayankur Pity the historians who will work with such documents in the future:) @Bhayankur Is this real?!
10/17
2019
We have an opening for a Research Assistant position. Please circulate, retweet and spread the word in your circles… https://t.co/AyoaPY5ZPU
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanNew episode of the #GrandTamasha podcast out today. In 2019 the BJP won 18 seats & 40 percent of the vote in West… https://t.co/i75VokCdo7
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanApropos Justice Lokur's fine piece. The debate over misuse of IB and setting it up as arbiter of judicial appointme… https://t.co/ZHlm1xHjE5
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanWhy the renminbi’s challenge to the dollar has faded https://t.co/MsQvSr6Tdk via @FT
10/16
2019
New blog post: The concept of "bias" in a polyvocal Court -- https://t.co/bu2jHUmaaf
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @hooohaah https://t.co/0HbbYdrWaUShe is welcome to disagree. Much of this lecture draws on a book I published a decade ago: War & Peace in Modern In… https://t.co/eDRXYMh6dk
10/15
2019
@beejoshi This is a comprehensive critique: https://t.co/dHTkyuraG1Esther Duflo: *Youngest person to win an economics Nobel ever *First woman to win it in a decade *Second woman to win it ever
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanCalling all scholars of the Cold War: excited to share the CFP for the LSE-Sciences Po Seminar in Contemporary Inte… https://t.co/EbZN8LKDDB
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @BahadurManmohan Thanks Sir!How has #spacediplomacy evolved over the years? Listen to the latest episode of the #InterpretingIndia podcast with… https://t.co/GfL36cdPP7
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @shal666 Will do. This was a rushed trip:( @shal666 Thanks Shalabh! Was good to be back there:)The BJP is redefining the politics around welfare in India with the help of technology & RSS cadre, I write from Ma… https://t.co/Rtau9QPabe
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10/14
2019
On love and fascism - excellent piece by @FinchelsteinF https://t.co/OcQZ33EIVu @John_Macndales Thanks @HemindraHazari Thanks! @PermanentBlack Thank you!
10/13
2019
Excellent thread on Andersontoozegate—real need is not for gestures of refusal but a “rival epistemology” https://t.co/PrsJEiT3rl
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @tanvi_madan "We should always be aware that what now lies in the past once lay in the future" - FW Maitland 😀Response to Anderson: Preface & thanks - https://t.co/KvcDbVtInh https://t.co/pO9kueo5sq
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @andymukherjee70 Thanks Andy!"the historian’s craft (to invoke Marc Bloch’s famous phrase) demands more than delightful storytelling." Brilliant… https://t.co/X43Kdhhe4T
10/12
2019
RIP Asiya Siddiqui. Her book Agrarian Change in a Northern Indian State: Uttar Pradesh, 1819 to 1833 remains a clas… https://t.co/H12dqOQmBgRIP Kadri Gopalnath. https://t.co/7I2OLRBx8c👇Thread on an important issue which needs proper discussion. These ideas are well worth debating. @prakashmenon51 https://t.co/YOMbF7aUww @thakurkehaath @theRohitBansal It might be better still if you read this book and write a critical review: https://t.co/CXmj6ungakAhead of the #ModixijinpingMeet, read two Q&A's on the perspectives in #Mamallapuram today by director @Rudra_81 an… https://t.co/BXLXDhFv4Y
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanAhead of the second informal summit between Modi and Xi, @Rudra_81 deftly unpacks the key issues in play. Must read… https://t.co/RUbNokhYyP @DuttaAnirudha Thanks!“Naoroji has at last been rehabilitated in this magnificent new biography.This is an exemplary work of scholarship,… https://t.co/hUxxdBRAzv
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10/11
2019
🎧 On the latest podcast episode of #InterpretingIndia: @raji143 and @srinathraghava3 discuss areas for competition,… https://t.co/rvB4UtmIPy
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @bceagle71 @AntonJaegermm We'll need lots more space than available here for that discussion! You may want to read the book though. @clary_co Is it substantially different from previous formulations? @bceagle71 @AntonJaegermm Not really. Tooze's first book is important to any overall assessment and conspicuously m… https://t.co/SKXqZDbUyJAksai Chin was not ceded to China by Pakistan. The 1963 Sino-Pakistan agreement dealt with the line between Xinjian… https://t.co/Pqezo1ZAXW @VC_NALSAR Thanks Sir! @ingridsrinath Thanks Ingrid!
10/10
2019

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