Ian Bremmer, President, Eurasia Group
You've got a prime minister who is enormously popular because he is clean and he is capable. He is truly incorruptible. In a country of well over a billion people, the fact that you finally have a leader that normally doesn't take any money himself but ensures that people around him don't. His policies are first and foremost oriented at trying to take the wealth and resources of the Indian country and get it to the people who actually need them and get rid of all of the ugly layers of bureaucracy. And it's given him enough capital politically to allow him to do things like build infrastructure and create a national goods and service tax and start to begin to reform the Indian system in a way that it will allow it to grow in a greater degree.