Cybersecurity in an age of insecurity
Over the years, the variety and intensity of cyber attacks have multiplied exponentially, even as many states have been struggling to arrive at framework for cybersecurity.
Liberal world must stand up and be counted, or step aside and watch Pax Sinica unfold
“Indo-Pacific” is in the news. The US has renamed its Pacific Command to the Indo-Pacific Command, the shared regional vision outlined by India and Indonesia has emphasised its centrality, and the region’s political importance to India was at the core of the expansive foreign policy speech delivered by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Singapore.
A fiscal storm looms: Don’t wait for Godot!
The consequences for the domestic economy will be harshly adverse.
India Should Be Innovative in the Challenging Times Ahead
Prime Minister Modi has shown remarkable innovativeness in foreign policy arena recently. This shows that he is cognisant of the challenges for India that are looming ahead.
Why India still doesn’t have a Pakistan policy
Despite 70 years of unremitting and implacable hostility, New Delhi still does not know how to deal with Islamabad.
Jobs and nature of work: Time to rethink basics
For the large mass of workers, a “formal” sector “good” job in the classic industrial sense of the term is becoming increasingly unlikely.
India needs a systematic overhaul in agriculture to ensure food security
Indian agriculture cannot afford to rely on unsustainable ways. Sustainable agriculture, which applies less pressure on natural resources, is the need of the hour.
When Modi meets China’s Xi in Wuhan, India starts from a position of weakness
Prime Minister Narendra Modi wants to talk peace with Beijing. Why?
Who is Pushing Dalai Lama to Surrender to China?
Dr. Lobsang Sangay’s attempt to present Dalai Lama’s return to a Chinese ruled Tibet as the monk’s “last unfulfilled dream”, and his call to Tibetan people for making this ‘dream’ of Dalai Lama a reality deserves a closer scrutiny by the Tibetan society, supporters of the Tibetan cause, and above all, the Government of India.
Reforming defence planning in India
The silo-driven, ad hoc approach has meant that issues like threat perception and force structure are not managed via a centralized and authoritative overview