[PDF / Epub] ✑ Punjabi Parmesan ☄ Pallavi Aiyar – 1sm.info

Punjabi Parmesan In 2009, After Several Years In China, Journalist Pallavi Aiyar Moved To Brussels, The Headquarters Of The European Union To Discover A Europe Plagued By A Financial Crisis And Unsure Of Its Place In A World Where New Asian Challengers Are Eroding Its Old And Comfortable Certainties With A Lively Mix Of Memoir, Reportage And Analysis, Aiyar Takes The Reader On A Romp Across The Continent As She Meets Workaholic Indian Diamond Merchants In Antwerp, Upstart Chinese Wine Barons In Bordeaux, Sikh Farmhands In The Italian Countryside And Indian Engineers Running Offshore Energy Turbines In Belgium In The Europe Of Today Everything Is In Flux, As She Discovers Through Conversations With Muslim Immigrants Struggling To Define Their Identities, The Austere Bosses Of Germanys World Beating Companies And Bewildered Eurocrats Struggling To Save The EU From Splitting Apart Examining The Diverse Challenges The Continent Faces Today Among Them, Bloated Welfare States, The Accommodation Of Islam, The European Ambitions Of Indian And Chinese Entrepreneurs And The Fissures That Threaten To Break Up This Union Of Diverse Nations Punjabi Parmesan Takes A Panoramic Look At Europes First World Crisis From A Unique India China Perspective.


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10 thoughts on “Punjabi Parmesan

  1. says:

    Another excellent work from the author of Smoke and Mirrors Staying true to her role as an economic correspondent, Punjabi Parmesan deals closely with the economic crisis that hit Europe around 2008 and the ways various countries dealt with it It also explores the effects of globalisation and


  2. says:

    Great book very engaging and lucid account of Europe socio economically and politically I have traveled widely in the EU and this book was a great eye opener on the continent beyond the cafes, museums and public transport The fact that it was written from a world view similar to mine was a bonus.


  3. says:

    Having followed her journalism and dispatches for long and having read and loved her earlier book Smokes and Mirrors, I did not think twice to pick up Punjabi Parmesan before picking it up yes, the quirky title might have did my partner in but I knew what I was getting into Pallavi s narrative is insight


  4. says:

    Very interesting book Pallavi Aiyar writes with how Europe deals with Islam, the reasons for the overt hostility towards muslims, the confusion that young European muslims feel Attitude towards business and how it contrasts with what is done in India China India EU relationship , how both are very similar in t


  5. says:

    what started off seemingly as a EU bashing, Asia loving travelogue interspersed with trivia and serious assesments of all sorts ended looking at the baffling jigsaw of the so called civilised west countries in a kinder manner Much water has passed under the bridge in the life ...


  6. says:

    A very clear and well researched commentary on the Eurozone crisis Well worth the read Particularly good, is the way the larger problems plaguing Europe have been viewed explained through the everyday stories of people from buying bathroom fittings or taking the bus in Brussels.


  7. says:

    Gives an excellent insight into the economic, political and social conditions of Europe today As in the author s previous book on China Smoke and Mirrors , her style of writing makes the book lively and interesting besides being very informative.


  8. says:

    Insightful and thoroughly well researched.


  9. says:

    Had loved smoke and mirrors on China so had to read her book on Europe.


  10. says:

    Indian perspective on the events in Europe, unlike most articles written by western authors with their own perspectives Editing could have been better though, as the author rambles sometimes.


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