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26 February 2021

EU’s China dilemma is a sign of things to come

The shift from a one-world economy to a two-world system will force States to make hard choices. Europe is the testing ground.

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26 February 2021

How India is weakening its case on terrorism

Trivialising India’s posture on terrorism in the international community can undo years of steady gains, for the short-term and myopic benefits of political support, ideological upmanship and electoral victories in the country’s never-ending election cycles.

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26 February 2021

Commission on Air Quality Management — A general without foot soldiers

The key to long-term clean air is a landmark regulatory overhaul.

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29 January 2021

The mystery behind claims of India-China clash at Naku La, Sikkim

There is a mystery of sorts over the claim that India and China clashed at Naku La in northern Sikkim on 20 January.

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29 January 2021

The India and France bonhomie has potential for expansion with the Gulf

The India–France dynamic has moved forward at a rapid pace over the past few years, finding common goals on global issues — including the Indo-Pacific.

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29 January 2021

COVID-19 has Boosted Civil Society Participation in International Meetings Despite Technical Glitches

An obvious consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic has been the sharp reduction in global air travel and postponement of nearly all face-to-face global meetings and conferences. All sectors experienced an “events lockdown”, including international development organisations like the World Bank, which cancelled all in-person meetings beginning in March 2020.

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15 January 2021

Tracing the roots of an American brand of extremism

With the attack on Capitol Hill by Trump supporters, some of whom wore QAnon shirts and brandished confederate flags, the far-Right’s threat to American liberal democracy is more visible than ever.

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15 January 2021

What India should know about non-state actors, counterterrorism and asymmetric warfare

It is imperative for India to remember that fighting DIY and crude armed technologies could well be more difficult to achieve than traditional warfare.

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15 January 2021

New Year rings in reconciliation in West Asia

Ties between Qatar and the three GCC members went downhill after uprisings in Arab countries that began in Tunisia, the beginning of the so-called “Arab Spring”.

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15 December 2020

COVID19 & War? Do India and China only have two choices?

The relationship between India and China seems to have become very dangerous recently. Is this really what we want? COVID-19 threatens both India and China, but, perhaps, this is not the most critical threat. In their long histories, both India and China have rich experience in fighting plagues. I believe both countries will eventually be able to defeat the COVID-19 pandemic, which is not the most important thing at this juncture. The most critical question is, is it necessary to go to a border war while both countries encounter the COVID-19 crisis?

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