India could help shape a whole new global consensus
The Davos model of globalization is in need of a successor that New Delhi could potentially offer.
On the Kyiv front, the West is losing ground
Ukraine’s military campaign is indeed faltering but it is also the West’s political strategy that is unravelling.
Endorsing the Internationalist
A survey finds overwhelming support for Modi’s foreign policy among Indian youth.
India’s Russia Defense Gambit
The uncertainty and possible further disruptions in the defense supply chain out of Russia could accelerate India’s diversification and indigenization efforts.
Houthi rebels drag India into Red Sea crisis
States are no longer insulated from distant geopolitical realities. As India has witnessed, trade and supply chain linkages can extend conflicts to uninvolved states.
US 2024 presidential elections: A stocktaking
It seems like the 2024 US election is riding on issue-centric campaigns, given the limited impact of persona from either party.
Controversies aside, COP28 is a real chance to put Global South at centre
As the world reels from the impact of the hottest year on record in 2023, the attention of the global community turns to COP28 for solutions to the climate challenge. While the previous decades of the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) negotiations have failed to deliver effective and equitable climate action, this year’s COP in the UAE is a unique opportunity to move from empty promises to real action.
Shadows of faith: Jihad, national identity and India’s resilience
The quest for identity seems to be pushing youth towards divisive ideologies.
Disquiet in the neighbourhood
As Pakistan struggles to prod the Taliban to act on militant groups, its dual policy of supporting extremist groups has come back to haunt it.
Bullets and bitcoin: Financing conflict
The recent conflicts in West Asia and Europe have brought focus to the complex relationship between cryptocurrency and global affairs.