Identifying the Good and Bad of Globalization

Pankaj Ghemawat in “Why the World Isn’t Flat” argues that the world is not nearly as connected as many people believe; instead, we are just beginning to realize the potential of true global integration. He argues the 10% presumption, which states that there is only about 10% cross border integration…

Women, Technology and Melinda Gates’ Moment of Lift

I am blessed to be born into a society and a family that recognizes the value of an education. I never had to fight to pursue educational opportunities and have always understood it as a right. My parents played a huge role in forming this perception. Despite being born in…

Exploring the Rise of China Through a Realist, Liberal, and Constructivist Lens

The international response to the growth of China can be explained by different international theory lenses. China has sustained economic growth and has been gaining technological, political, and social power over the course of the decade. …

Looking into Some of the Troubling Beliefs Promoted by the Show

When I watched Indian matchmaking, I was angry. The show’s premise is straightforward; there is a professional Indian Matchmaker, Sima Taparia, who tries to find people their perfect match for an arranged marriage. She does this by meeting with her clients and her clients’ parents, who jointly describe their criteria…

Dipali Gupta

Native New Yorker. @Georgetown Hoya. Currently @linkedin. Formerly @EYnews

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