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The effectiveness of deradicalisation programmes
Apr 10, 2020

The effectiveness of deradicalisation programmes

Prevention must mean more than the detection of people at risk of radicalised behaviour, it should rely on the adoption of a healthy lifestyle.

India’s cultural battle with China in Israel
Privacy & Data Protection Feb 14, 2020

India’s cultural battle with China in Israel

While India and Israel share extensive cultural exchanges, China has adopted a different strategy to ‘woo’ Israelis all together.

Analyzing global response to the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act
Indian Foreign Policy | Domestic Politics and Governance | US Foreign Policy Dec 26, 2019

Analyzing global response to the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act

International concern over the Citizenship Amendment Act and abrogation of Article 370 demands realignment of India’s domestic and international agendas

Understanding the US-India contention over ICT imports duty & concerns over China’s increasing market share
Media and Internet | Cyber and Technology Dec 13, 2019

Understanding the US-India contention over ICT imports duty & concerns over China’s increasing market share

With its emphasis on decreasing India’s ICT import duties across the board, the US is in a way batting with China against India, not realising that Chinese phones — not US ones — will flood the Indian market, if New Delhi lowers tariffs.

Chinese Sharp Power: Is Beijing influencing public opinion in India?
Media and Internet | Cyber Security | Cyber and Technology Nov 13, 2019

Chinese Sharp Power: Is Beijing influencing public opinion in India?

Beijing’s attempts to build lucrative relationships with a diverse array of Indian political leaders require serious attention, considering how severely such suspiciously developed relationships have impacted domestic debates on China in other countries.

Young Bhutan’s opinion on its mega neighbours
Privacy & Data Protection Nov 01, 2019

Young Bhutan’s opinion on its mega neighbours

There is a generational shift in the way Bhutanese perceive their neighbours India and China, evident with the demands for change in approach, from a limited engagement to an open-door foreign policy.

The evolution of India’s West Asian policy
Indian Foreign Policy | Energy Security Oct 31, 2019

The evolution of India’s West Asian policy

In the past, India has managed a successful balancing act in a tripolar West Asia. Now, the restructuring of West Asia’s geopolitical landscape has allowed India to engage with West Asian states with even less political maneuvering.

The unintended consequences of conflict: Erosion of cultural heritage in the Kashmir Valley
Domestic Politics and Governance | Social Inclusion Oct 09, 2019

The unintended consequences of conflict: Erosion of cultural heritage in the Kashmir Valley

The Centre must proceed with caution as ill–timed and hasty measures can damage the efforts of integration.

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Eoin Jackson

Eoin Jackson

Eoin Jackson is an incoming PHD candidate at the London School of Economics and a former Legal Fellow at IGSD. He is the Irish Rapporteur for the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law and a co-Director of Law Students for ...

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Zerin Osho

Zerin Osho is the Director of IGSD India Program, focusing on fast mitigation strategies and sustainable development in climate-vulnerable states. With over a decade at IGSD, she previously served with the International Solar Alliance and as a Special Advisor to ...

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