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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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🎧Now on the #InterpretingIndia podcast: @srinathraghava3 & @michaelxpettis, of @CarnegieBeijing, discuss the variou… https://t.co/WeuaiIV1wg
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5/28
2020
RIP to the great Albert Memmi, revolutionary Tunisian Jewish philosopher. Greatly underappreciated. An equal to Sar… https://t.co/R736dYDyyd
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5/25
2020
Wonderful tribute to Professor Anisuzzaman. https://t.co/Wn4UCVkh9SImportant piece by Mekhala Krishnamurthy on the reforms that Indian agriculture actually needs. https://t.co/rfahj5VsOY
5/22
2020
Read the review here https://t.co/hQaWjFT0Tc
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanExcellent piece by Barbara Harris-White https://t.co/5vIhS50RB21/ The special issue of India Review on the consequences of the 2019 general election that @bilalabaloch and I gues… https://t.co/exinmvKjyk
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5/21
2020
@rohan_mukh @shashj @clary_co @NarangVipin @Mukherjee_Anit @walterladwig @nicoblar Rohan seems to be making up for all lost time on Twitter😉My article on "HUMAN CAPITAL FOR DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AFFAIRS' in Journal of Defense Studies Jan-Jun 20 @rwac48https://t.co/RqaJTh400f
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5/20
2020
Sensible piece by Lt Gen (Retd) Raj Kadyan on the army's plans for a 'tour of duty' scheme. Increasing the mandator… https://t.co/B4yemdndC7
5/19
2020
Dinyar Patel’s superb biography of the pioneering Indian nationalist Dadabhai Naoroji has just been released in the… https://t.co/OPp2NbGbWN
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan‘The overwhelming impression of the working of the government under Covid is the pleasure the bureaucracy and the p… https://t.co/y2pF7fAZDl
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5/13
2020
Happy to announce the publication in the US of my book, Naoroji: Pioneer of Indian Nationalism, by @Harvard_Press t… https://t.co/YkBGor18wL
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5/12
2020
RIP Hari Vasudevan. Pioneering diplomatic historian and a most generous colleague. He will be missed. https://t.co/KHkfEe6Vyk
5/10
2020
World War II and the “great acceleration” It is VE Day, but how do we think 1945 without falling into escapism? F… https://t.co/FvYBqHgZb7
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanNew article - Vidhya raveendranathan and I lay out the case for examining colonial public works as 'infrastructure'… https://t.co/E4Gh1pnnWj
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5/8
2020
🎧Now on #InterpretingIndia: @srinathraghava3 and Reetika Khera discuss the impact of India's "triple crisis" -… https://t.co/RKKWjemj2G
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5/7
2020
Applications for the 10th round of fellowships are now open. Open only to Indian nationals, including those curren… https://t.co/rIUQQS7bEC
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanExcellent news for scholars of literature and literary history: the papers of the great Girish Karnad have been acq… https://t.co/KYnojRHkpP
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4/30
2020
Some good news in these gloomy times. Prashant Kidambi’s book "Cricket Country", a deeply researched and richly rea… https://t.co/ezpK44aJyq
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4/29
2020
1/ Just published this on China and neoliberalism written long before COVID-19 but it speaks to this crisis: I argu… https://t.co/KNiwWUgv1O
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanHow might India inform the study of comparative politics? 12 authors, 3.5 years, n drafts later -->… https://t.co/XpXbHSGE42
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4/24
2020
On Tuesday, April 28, from 3:30-5:00pm, we will be hosting @Trinhnomics, @pranjulb, Adarsh Sinha, @srinathraghava3https://t.co/oTBBQHm68L
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan🎧Now on the latest episode of #InterpretingIndia: @srinathraghava3 is joined by @EvanFeigenbaum to discuss how the… https://t.co/XjPGq8UijF
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4/23
2020
Agrarian Questions @AgrarianChange has compiled weblinks to studies, blog posts and webinars on how #COVIDー19 is im… https://t.co/CTZ0UQ5QLv
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanAnother one, just for historians. 1917. Lenin is in the public bath house. Asks a guy: - Comrade, can I borrow your… https://t.co/U1NFl5GeoQ
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4/22
2020
My paper on two of the largest and most violent industrial riots in the history of South Asia just got published, h… https://t.co/ZtUIImfzkP
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4/21
2020
Applications for the 10th round of fellowships are now open. The Fellowship is only open to Indian Citizens and pa… https://t.co/ClHntB5fQh
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanThe historic Bandung Asian-African conference opened 65 years ago, April 18, 1955. It was one of the 20th C’s most… https://t.co/HmT3svEJtt
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4/19
2020
Honoured to feature in this. Thank you @Ram_Guha https://t.co/ppxpFlJDQv
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4/18
2020
An excellent and characteristically lucid essay by Robert Pippin on Hegel and the irrationality of modern economy: https://t.co/jlhFteU29V
4/17
2020
@tariqthachil @Penn @CASIPenn Congratulations Tariq - great news!New Report: 21 Days and Counting- COVID-19 Lockdown, Migrant Workers and the Inadequacy of Welfare Measures in Indi… https://t.co/rXeqP8mLcw
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanA terrific & seriously thought-provoking listen: @ananthkrishnan & @srinathraghava3 on China & COVID-19 on the… https://t.co/uYZ8FiG9iV
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4/16
2020
Replug on Ambedkar: https://t.co/RimQC7mg6x And also a reminder on this ocassion of the indecency of a state that… https://t.co/eGutT7iV9a
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4/14
2020
@howtomakeaclass @jacobinmag @gabrielwinant Thompson did serve in WW2 - was a tank commander in North Africa and Italy.In a chapter of our new video book "Six Crises," former Treasury Secretary Hank Paulson draws lessons for the coron… https://t.co/JEy6oBDz11
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanHistorical lessons for #India to combat the COVID-19 Pandemic by Professor @srinathraghava3 in Tamil. #கொரோனா-வை… https://t.co/sdyNJalebd
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4/11
2020
@amitabhmattoo Thanks - kind of you! Must say, though, that the community of scholars working on international hist… https://t.co/0aQrLvP65qA short commentary I wrote, published by @thewire_in "Instead of data transparency, we inhabit a world of data ty… https://t.co/VVKPRnmn9l
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4/10
2020
🎧Now on #InterpretingIndia: @srinathraghava3 & @AnirudhBurman discuss how different countries are leveraging #datahttps://t.co/jwk95ctsmA
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanSeems an apt moment to recall Eric Hobsbawm's warning of "the grave risk of confusing conviction with the pursuit o… https://t.co/OLNJbTVThB
4/9
2020
Shockwave on the pandemic’s consequences for the world economy A long-read in @LRB https://t.co/dWR7VUxESu https://t.co/TuZbm3Wbbm
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanThis poster below is doing the WhatsApp circuit. As Dr B. R. Ambedkar warned us: “Bhakti in religion may be a road… https://t.co/SZmUuteNkG
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanNew episode of #GrandTamasha out: India-Pakistan relations are, to put it mildly, icy. Did it have to be this way… https://t.co/kNeIw7SqMb
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanMartin Wolf: "abandon outworn shibboleths. Already governments have given up old fiscal rules, and rightly so. Cent… https://t.co/9ZrJlHcggS
4/8
2020
@PatPorter76 Congratulations - looks terrific!Dominance or hegemony? Discuss. https://t.co/CT0fhjc35x
4/7
2020
What, if anything, can we learn from India's history in dealing with COVID-19? I look back at three important episo… https://t.co/qXrsc4HhIC
4/6
2020
War and pestilence are not the same thing - my thoughts on WW2 analogies now in the New Statesman @kingshistoryhttps://t.co/dBBgmMmNCa
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4/3
2020
Ellis Marsalis (1934-2020). https://t.co/ErDSilJaQj
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan🎧On the latest episode of #InterpretingIndia podcast: @rudra_81 joins @srinathraghava3 as they talk about the globa… https://t.co/hbOdwiBVDA
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4/2
2020
@PermanentBlack Congratulations!Against all rational projections & logical expectations, this little press in the mountains turns 20 today. About 3… https://t.co/DyjKaH2Fks
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @Roshanjnu @nandinisundar @Ram_Guha Yes, Harvard University Press has an Indian edition. @CafeEconomics @andymukherjee70 Excellent one Niranjan! Though I think WW2 was slightly different because it also o… https://t.co/FYeZjCKmvhImportant and thoughtful piece by @PalshikarSuhas https://t.co/jm2GaryOuY
4/1
2020
Fed launching a repo facility for foreign central banks. This lets central banks with large stocks of Treasuries u… https://t.co/5827Wbt2IN
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanWe're in it for the long haul. @kanmahajan @sabya_economist @asanishasharma Aparajita Dasgupta, Bharat Ramaswami, A… https://t.co/qzCqyeoQpc
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3/31
2020
COVID-19 could fundamentally change India’s pol economy as the state has inflicted a huge hit to economic fortunes… https://t.co/OLCoKJBd0z
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanStarting today, Scholar V.Geetha is giving lectures on Reading Ambedkar. Perceptive talks on his views on Caste, Na… https://t.co/s2b5Vud0ur
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @postcolonialist Follow Senator Aiken's advice: declare victory and go home.Rather than a unified world wide web, in the future citizens could be forced to connect to a patchwork of national… https://t.co/pcmTTq4wSM
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3/30
2020
Crashed to Corona 2: Mapping the Global Funding Squeeze - https://t.co/9nRrPcFBBx https://t.co/de5BV6lbNP
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanRachel Cooke on criticism: ‘What is the point of a critic if not to tell the truth?’ https://t.co/RM3FiLQgPA
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanThis is a very important thread. Why a new fund when a Prime Minister’s National Relief Fund already exists? And wh… https://t.co/VIO2OqdlPA
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan"trapped at home while outside there is only the extension of police powers & din of ambulances, we are collectivel… https://t.co/sHavGQvJaM
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3/29
2020
It was a pleasure to speak with @balugnr and Jai Brunner at @clprscobserver about the history of the Supreme Court… https://t.co/rS8XyGBVnU
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @AshwDeshpande @kaushikcbasu Excellent piece! There were such disruptions in 1943, but they were not the main cause… https://t.co/XJvN9VruwT
3/27
2020
@AshwDeshpande "The 1943 famine can indeed be described as a 'boom famine' related to powerful inflationary pressur… https://t.co/o4gBbbYQst @AshwDeshpande Sure, but in that context inflation was primarily the result of monetary expansion. A full third of… https://t.co/P5XSoiErfU @AshwDeshpande Isn't this misleading? The collapse of entitlements during Bengal famine was primarily due to inflat… https://t.co/4A06HYZ6dU🎧Now on the #InterpretingIndia podcast: @srinathraghava3 and @suyashrai discuss the grave social and economic impac… https://t.co/EPS151JDIk
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3/26
2020
Attorney General for India, KK Venugopal has built a digital library of his book collection dating from 17th centur… https://t.co/nUCwcjG3og
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanOut tonight: brand new episode of #GrandTamasha with the writer Madhuri Vijay, author of the stunning novel "The Fa… https://t.co/8GVMfwDZmx
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3/25
2020
@AshwDeshpande Didn't hit a paywall!Excellent takedown by @a_n_a_berg https://t.co/JmIa6qQejJMy piece in The Hindustan Times on the economic impact of the coronavirus disease & its economic impact with specia… https://t.co/viBe9coNXb
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanThoughtful piece by @pravchak on coping with the economic consequences if this lockdown continues. https://t.co/oSUi8TrnvEIndia cannot fight coronavirus without taking into account its class and caste divisions: Anup Agarwal & Yogesh Jai… https://t.co/QHPJm09XUg
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3/24
2020
An expert view on the affects of COVID-19 on the economy by the superb @suyashrai! This is the first of the… https://t.co/TlmhIypagh
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @daniel_dsj2110 😅My take on economic impact of Corona. COVID-19's Economic Blow will be Unprecedented․ India Must Rise to the Chall… https://t.co/kWfl26nKdi
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanAs the great Jean Dreze argues here, in India the economic costs of COVID-19 will be borne disproportionately by th… https://t.co/2Qw4RsdQ0Q
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3/23
2020
@njtmulder Nice"Of course, we are not the only nation to be conducting an interesting social experiment to determine what happens… https://t.co/CZQOPz4xLx @njtmulder Where's this from?!
3/22
2020
Some of us were brave enough to describe the impact of Coronavirus on world order. https://t.co/HRCXpeR1Jc
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanIndia, let’s copy Kerala - Mumbai Mirror https://t.co/ocal4SfaAG
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanWill the 2008-model swap lines work? As @RobinBrooksIIF points v large EM like Turkey are not covered. This is the… https://t.co/99d75Bm9pF
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3/21
2020
Excellent one by @adam_tooze https://t.co/WqRp4G1NDd
3/20
2020
Really do watch this …. Its kinda mesmerizing! https://t.co/8HnShILvYM
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanThe Gogoi betrayal https://t.co/ah8MJKTxal via @IndianExpress
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3/19
2020
Is the Coronavirus Crash Worse Than the 2008 Financial Crisis? A first effort to sift through the extraordinary eve… https://t.co/Y5pFwRHuaj
Retweeted by Srinath Raghavan @vedicakant @Rukmini @MilanV @supriyan @tanvi_madan @arunmsukumar @ChinmayTumbe From a historical standpoint, the c… https://t.co/7bXFebNPfs
3/18
2020
Are you a university student? We’ve made all 700 textbooks currently available in HTML format on our Cambridge Core… https://t.co/s8BnPGRQ4E
Retweeted by Srinath RaghavanAll the Cambridge "Blue Books" tagged as text books Hobbes, Nietzsche, Rousseau, etc.) are now available… https://t.co/QEw0CTDwn9
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3/17
2020

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