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Chasing new horizons: Sunset clauses in India’s revamped BIT regime
International Trade and Investment Mar 28, 2024

Chasing new horizons: Sunset clauses in India’s revamped BIT regime

India must articulate its vision of the sunset clause in future BITS as it seeks to renegotiate these treaties with states ...

Navigating the deepfake dilemma: Government oversight in the age of AI
Artificial Intelligence Mar 28, 2024

Navigating the deepfake dilemma: Government oversight in the age of AI

In a world where the legal vacuum surrounding tech and AI persists, how do we safeguard the citizens from the adverse effects of a rapidly developing technological landscape? ...

The India-Bhutan story: India understands the urgency and needs of its neighbour
Neighbourhood Mar 28, 2024

The India-Bhutan story: India understands the urgency and needs of its neighbour

The two nations have had a history of cooperation, support, and mutual growth. ...

India-Japan ‘Dharma Guardian’ Exercise
International Affairs Mar 27, 2024

India-Japan ‘Dharma Guardian’ Exercise

Military engagements between India and Japan have been on a steady growth path that mirrors the shared political and strategic goals of Delhi and Tokyo. ...

Maiden Test for India’s Agni-5 MIRV Missile
Defence and Security Mar 27, 2024

Maiden Test for India’s Agni-5 MIRV Missile

MIRV is a complex technology, and India’s test this week puts it among a small group of countries that have managed to develop it. ...

From reactive to proactive: Japan’s advances in cybersecurity and cyber defence strategies
International Affairs | Cyber Security | Cyber and Technology Mar 27, 2024

From reactive to proactive: Japan’s advances in cybersecurity and cyber defence strategies

Japan's efforts to elevate its cybersecurity are transforming its defence capabilities across land, sea, air, and outer space, marking a shift in its national and regional security strategy ...

Undersea Cables are Increasingly Critical and Vulnerable
Defence and Security Mar 27, 2024

Undersea Cables are Increasingly Critical and Vulnerable

Undersea cables must be understood as critical infrastructure, and their vulnerability – to intentional tampering and accidental damage – acknowledged. ...

Digital twin: Making India’s clean energy architecture versatile
Energy | Energy Efficiency Mar 26, 2024

Digital twin: Making India’s clean energy architecture versatile

The use of digital twin technologies in renewable energy ecosystems will benefit producers, consumers, and governments alike ...

China, a ‘want-to-be’ superpower
International Affairs | China Military Mar 26, 2024

China, a ‘want-to-be’ superpower

Other than dangling a cheque book, Beijing seems risk averse and has few answers to long-standing geopolitical flashpoints ...

10 Years Of Modi's Foreign Policy: Aspiration Meets Self-Assurance
International Affairs | Neighbourhood | Indian Foreign Policy Mar 22, 2024

10 Years Of Modi's Foreign Policy: Aspiration Meets Self-Assurance

This commentary provides an analysis of the Modi government's decade long foreign policy decisions. ...

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Harsh V. Pant

Harsh V. Pant

Professor Harsh V. Pant is Vice President – Studies and Foreign Policy at Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi. He is a Professor of International Relations with King's India Institute at King’s College London. He is also Director (Honorary) of Delhi ...

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Harsh V. Pant

Professor Harsh V. Pant is Vice President – Studies and Foreign Policy at Observer Research Foundation, New Delhi. He is a Professor of International Relations with King's India Institute at King’s College London. He is also Director (Honorary) of Delhi ...

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