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23 February 2018

India sees the belt and road initiative for what it is: evidence of China’s unconcealed ambition for hegemony

For 73 days between June and August 2017, Indian and Chinese troops were locked eyeball to eyeball over a small strip of land marking the tri-junction between India, Bhutan and China: the Doklam Plateau.


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23 February 2018

India’s unwanted girls

According to the latest Economic Survey, due to sex selective abortions alone, there are an estimated 63 million missing women from India’s population and two million more are missing from every age group every year due to abortions, neglect, disease and malnutrition of girls.


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9 February 2018

Sustaining growth in an unfriendly world

India can offer an alternative model aligned with the “open economy, freedom, democracy” matrix, if it can boost its tax to GDP ratio to generate the resources required for sharing growth.


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9 February 2018

What’s next for India’s space programme?

India has yet to decide how to frame its national interests in outer space in a way that promotes both its own national requirements and global needs — it has an opportunity to take the lead.


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9 February 2018

India needs a far more focused approach to dent China’s influence in South East Asia

We need a foreign policy approach that thinks beyond event management.


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26 January 2018

Beijing’s trajectory in science and technology shows India is far behind in the game

The Chinese have been putting serious money into key areas which they aim to become world leaders in the next decade or so. One of these is AI where the government and Chinese corporates are moving in a big way.


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26 January 2018

A strong India-US partnership is the best balancer to China’s growing power

America’s global hegemony is the sum total of its domination in various regions of the world like Europe, Middle East, or East Asia. Today when the Americans look at East Asia, they see a hugely enriched and militarily powerful China increasingly challenging them.


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12 January 2018

The mule and his very big nuclear button

Trump is the proverbial black swan which was not anticipated – a low probability, high-impact presence which is disrupting American politics, its alliance systems and its governance structures.


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12 January 2018

Be flexible on reforms, ensure ‘pain’ is shared

Fiscal 2017-18 will end with a real GDP growth of 6.5 per cent, helped by low inflation, versus 7.1 per cent last year.


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15 December 2017

Democratic, innovative and secure: How India can shape the future of the internet

India is fast becoming the indispensable nation of cyberspace. The Indian market could decide the future of many technology giants. As such, she can be seen as a policy pioneer.


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