Natasha Jha Bhaskar
Natasha Jha Bhaskar is General Manager of Newland Global Group, a corporate advisory firm specialising in the Australia–India space, based in Sydney. Natasha has 12 years of experience at the Indian parliament as policy analyst, during which she was part of the parliament delegation to SAARC, ASEAN and BRICS.
What the Raisina Dialogue tells about India’s view of the world
Forging consensus on global problems is key, and the best way to find common ground is by talking.
India’s RCEP reticence
Eliminating various tariff and non-tariff barriers to trade must be balanced against domestic needs.
The bittersweet pill in the Australia-India sugar stoush
The WTO fight over India’s sugar subsidies is a chance for New Delhi to encourage farmers into more profitable crops.
Modi’s drive for Brand India
Attracting foreign direct investment to transform India’s sluggish economy has been one of the BJP’s big achievements.
Australia–India ties: closing the gap between intent and action
The potential of this relationship is often overshadowed by a severe lack of enthusiasm and episodes of prejudice.