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The future of the Quad in the Indo-Pacific
International Affairs Feb 22, 2024

The future of the Quad in the Indo-Pacific

Despite detractions, the Quad must continue to do what it is doing—to focus on delivery of its promises and to build on areas of success ...

The future of counterterrorism: Evolving online tools and tactics
Terrorism | Artificial Intelligence Feb 21, 2024

The future of counterterrorism: Evolving online tools and tactics

As terrorists and violent extremists adapt their online tactics in the era of AI, counterterrorism efforts should also evolve, employing new tools and approaches ...

Emerging role of public opinion and social media in Middle Eastern politics
International Affairs Feb 22, 2024

Emerging role of public opinion and social media in Middle Eastern politics

Amidst the war in Gaza, the surge of alternative news media outlets and social media has significantly bolstered support for the Palestinian cause ...

ASEAN’s evolving dilemma in the Indo-Pacific
International Affairs | Multilateralism Feb 22, 2024

ASEAN’s evolving dilemma in the Indo-Pacific

While ASEAN is an essential player in Indo-Pacific affairs, its influence over the emerging security shifts in the region is being questioned due to its growing vulnerabilities to power politics ...

Green taxonomies: A tool with underutilised potential
International Affairs Feb 21, 2024

Green taxonomies: A tool with underutilised potential

Countries are increasingly adopting green taxonomies to foster a sustainable finance market to attract international investors ...

Europe’s security challenge
International Affairs Feb 20, 2024

Europe’s security challenge

Even if Donald Trump does not win the presidency, it is unlikely that enthusiasm for supporting Ukraine would be high in the US’s political ranks ...

Endorsing the Internationalist
International Affairs Feb 17, 2024

Endorsing the Internationalist

A survey finds overwhelming support for Modi’s foreign policy among Indian youth ...

On the Kyiv front, the West is losing ground
International Affairs Feb 15, 2024

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. ...

Old-fashioned trust and credibility bind India-UAE ties
International Affairs Feb 14, 2024

Old-fashioned trust and credibility bind India-UAE ties

A convergence of strategic interests and regular interactions have resulted in one of India’s most dynamic and consequential bilateral relationships ...

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Prasad Ashok Thakur

Prasad Ashok Thakur

Prasad Ashok Thakur is a CIMO scholar and has authored a book and several articles published with The World Bank Asian Development Bank Institute United Nations Government of India etc. His work in digital-agriculture clean energy public finance international relations ...

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Labanya Prakash Jena

Labanya Prakash Jena is the Head, Centre for Sustainable Finance, Climate Policy Initiative India. Before this, he was working as the Regional Climate Finance Adviser Indo-Pacific Region at the Commonwealth Secretariat. ...

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