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UK’s Rwanda Bill: Stopping the boats or setting a precedent
International Affairs Apr 09, 2024

UK’s Rwanda Bill: Stopping the boats or setting a precedent

Aside from financial aid, the UK’s Rwanda bill does not offer any incentives to Rwanda and only exports the domestic challenges caused by immigration from the UK to Rwanda ...

Name games Beijing plays with New Delhi
International Affairs Apr 09, 2024

Name games Beijing plays with New Delhi

Timing chosen by China to resuscitate the boundary dispute is important. It hopes that the border row may find resonance in the public debate before the polls ...

The essence of cognitive warfare: Focusing the lens toward Chinese strategies
International Affairs | China Foreign Policy Apr 08, 2024

The essence of cognitive warfare: Focusing the lens toward Chinese strategies

China has employed cognitive warfare tactics to sway the opinions and beliefs of the Taiwanese public without resorting to direct military confrontation ...

AI Chips for China Face Additional US Restrictions
International Affairs | Cyber and Technology | Artificial Intelligence Apr 08, 2024

AI Chips for China Face Additional US Restrictions

China has criticized the latest round of new rules by saying that it will “disrupt the international semiconductor market as well as cooperation among enterprises.” ...

Breaking barriers: Gender, health rights and climate change at crossroads
Healthcare Apr 05, 2024

Breaking barriers: Gender, health rights and climate change at crossroads

Adopting holistic approaches to address the interlinkages between health and other gender-sensitive SDG targets is key to achieving equitable and sustainable health outcomes for all ...

Health as a welfare good in India: Towards a more substantive social protection imperative
Healthcare Apr 05, 2024

Health as a welfare good in India: Towards a more substantive social protection imperative

Although the government has initiated schemes to extend proper healthcare, many sections of people are still excluded from its coverage or are unable to avail the medical benefits ...

Towards a healthy balance: Diplomacy and disease in the Indo-Pacific
Healthcare Apr 05, 2024

Towards a healthy balance: Diplomacy and disease in the Indo-Pacific

As nations in the Indo-Pacific region grapple with shared health challenges, health diplomacy can serve as a pivotal force in advancing public health objectives in the region ...

AI in health: Promises, pitfalls, pathways
Healthcare | Artificial Intelligence Apr 05, 2024

AI in health: Promises, pitfalls, pathways

Mirroring global trends, the Indian market for AI in healthcare is growing rapidly, but many pitfalls must be negotiated and opportunities tapped before AI can transform health outcomes. ...

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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

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