Independent economic analyst, Writer and Editor
The winds blowing from the Indian Ocean towards sub-continent brings along the southwest monsoon season in Pakistan. Now-a-days, dark clouds gather all of a sudden on the horizon, giving an impression that a storm is coming. But hitherto there only have been pleasant showers. However, on the political horizon things are different.
First Brexit, then Trump. The elections in Netherlands, recently, gave a breather to nationalism. But then the tide of nationalism bestrode the Middle-East. The victim was India. There were symptoms similar to the above victims. Like US and EU who want to be the champion of global trade and global diversification, India tries to imitate the same.