Aspen Institute India (AII) promotes values-based leadership, open dialogue and cross-sector outreach by engaging the civil society, government, private sector, and other key stakeholders on issues related to India’s development. It invites industrial, economic, financial, political, social and cultural leaders to discuss these issues in settings that encourage frank and open dialogue. The Institute focuses on the most important problems and challenges facing society, the business community and the individual in India. The Aspen Institute India organizes five types of programmes: Outreach Seminars Policy Seminars Leadership Seminars Ideas India Strategic Dialogues (in cooperation with CII) While each is distinctive with a unique set of goals, they all share the ultimate aim of promoting awareness, dialogue, and action on issues essential for a just and prosperous Indian society. Aspen Institute India (AII) in its endeavor to create public awareness and promote ideas and policies that will enhance India’s growth in the future, is starting a series of Policy Papers which will focus on the various issues related to India’s development and strategic interests. This paper is the fourth in the series.