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Sruthi Gottipati

Sruthi Gottipati is senior editor of Worldcrunch. She also teaches journalism to graduate students at Sciences Po. Previously, she was a reporter in India and the United States for organizations including Thomson Reuters, The New York Times, and Democrat and Chronicle.

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Rohingya And The Risks Of Radicalization - Worldcrunch

-Analysis- Looking at some of the world’s intractable problems today, we often wish that governments had done things differently i...

Merkel After The Christmas Market - Worldcrunch

For some, German Chancellor Angela Merkel has become both the economic and moral leader of Europe. From tackling the eurozone’s debt ...

Spotlight: The Cult Of Amma - Worldcrunch

-Farewell- Foreigners who visit Tamil Nadu, a southern state in India that’s home to stunning Hindu temples and a robust economy, ...

Spotlight: India’s Big Bet On New Banknotes - Worldcrunch

India’s startling announcement last month to swap out most banknotes in circulation — possibly the biggest currency change in decad...

Apple In China, Brazil Back To Business, Swallowing Batteries - Worldcrunch

SPOTLIGHT: FACEBOOK, POWER + HEAT By virtually any measure, Facebook appears to be an unstoppable force of both business and culture d...

Turkey Intrigue, Kim’s Congress, Mongolian Privacy - Worldcrunch

SPOTLIGHT: ANKARA INTRIGUE, GLOBAL IMPACT Turkish politics comes with no shortage of intrigue. Before Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu a...

Spotlight: In Africa, Elections Reveal Democrats And Despots  - Worldcrunch

-OpEd- When President Yahya Jammeh accepted electoral defeat in the tiny west African nation of Gambia two weeks ago, voters and dem...

Debris Confirmed, Spring Angst, Scandinavialand - Worldcrunch

SPOTLIGHT: SPRINGTIME ANGST IN PARIS It's spring in Paris: the trees are bursting with foliage, café terraces look inviting, the Fren...