Should foreign airlines be allowed to invest in domestic aviation? by Amrit Pandurangi Sanat Kaul

Ever since we opened up the skies and thanks to our good economic growth, India is one of the very few countries that still have healthy double-digit growth in the domestic aviation market. This is also one sector in which private participation – in both the airlines and airports sectors – has benefited customers immensely. Liberalisation has helped and we can showcase this industry as a success of our policies. The only lesson one can learn from successful liberalisation should be that we should go for more liberalisation.

In search of theoretical justification for air defence identification zones

Abstract This article is published at a time when the world commemorates the 10th
anniversary of the events of 11 September 2001, where civilian commercial aircraft were
used as weapons of mass destruction. Some are of the view that Air Defence
Identification Zones (ADIZ) gained prominence as a tool with which a State could
control and be prepared for aircraft approaching their territory. This article discusses the
role of ADIZ as a necessary precaution and addresses theoretical principles at

INFORMAL BRAIN STORMING ROUND TABLE December 22 2011

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