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Analysing the trends in China-Pakistan arms transfer
Defence and Security Jun 14, 2019

Analysing the trends in China-Pakistan arms transfer

The Beijing-Islamabad bonhomie is a given fact for making strategic calculations in the subcontinent.

Why governors are more favoured than elected governments in Kashmir
Domestic Politics and Governance Jun 13, 2019

Why governors are more favoured than elected governments in Kashmir

It is ironical that despite being an outsider the governor manages to strike a chord with the locals. What is it that the governor does right which even the most rooted Kashmiri political parties get wrong?

European Parliamentary elections 2019 — Challenging the status quo
International Affairs Jun 11, 2019

European Parliamentary elections 2019 — Challenging the status quo

It was an erratic poll for populists and right-wing nationalists alike, but they extended their power in Europe’s capital nations.

The threat of a revitalised JMB to India’s security
Defence and Security Jun 06, 2019

The threat of a revitalised JMB to India’s security

While India has made efforts domestically — and along with Bangladesh to counter the threat posed by the JMB, in the past — it leaves much to be desired.

Drawing lines on the internet: Border conflicts and the politics behind digital maps
Privacy & Data Protection Jun 05, 2019

Drawing lines on the internet: Border conflicts and the politics behind digital maps

The act of referring to a country’s map is often a political statement.

Digital inequality in China: Lessons for a digital India
Media and Internet | Digital Inclusion May 29, 2019

Digital inequality in China: Lessons for a digital India

China has drawn worldwide attention in recent years for its rapid digitalisation, which happens to overlap with the three focul points of Digital India.

The urgent need to counter terrorism on the internet
Defence and Security | Terrorism May 28, 2019

The urgent need to counter terrorism on the internet

The nexus between technology and terror requires urgent attention if any tangibles are to be drawn from the territorial victories over the Islamic State.

Reparation for colonial abuse: 100 years of Jallianwala Bagh massacre
Privacy & Data Protection Apr 16, 2019

Reparation for colonial abuse: 100 years of Jallianwala Bagh massacre

On the 100th anniversary of the Jallianwala Bagh massacre, this article aims to revisit colonial despotism and the options of reparation with former colonised states.

Capacity for Climate Justice
Climate Change Mar 13, 2019

Capacity for Climate Justice

Climate justice raises the ethical questions of attributing responsibility to the correct stakeholders.

India vs Pakistan: The Jadhav case
Neighbourhood | Law and Justice Mar 01, 2019

India vs Pakistan: The Jadhav case

The interim period demands extreme security for the life of Kulbushan Jadhav. The bilateral context and subtext in which this case operates will have its own ramifications.

Rebuilding Indo-Pak relations through people-to-people interactions
Indian Foreign Policy Feb 21, 2019

Rebuilding Indo-Pak relations through people-to-people interactions

It is important to humanise the ‘other’ and move away from the stereotypical ‘enemy’ perception that have dominated Indo-Pak relations.

Why major overhaul is needed in India’s legal education assessment system
Law and Justice | Education in India | Education Dec 07, 2018

Why major overhaul is needed in India’s legal education assessment system

Indian law schools need to look at the positive aspects of the legal education systems in the US and UK and integrate them into their indigenous systems.

Why India needs urgent police reforms
Internal Security Dec 04, 2018

Why India needs urgent police reforms

Internal security is very much a prerogative of police and efficient policing is needed in order to tackle threats. But for that, the police system needs to be efficient, effective and technologically sound.

India’s nuclear dilemma
Privacy & Data Protection Sep 28, 2018

India’s nuclear dilemma

India’s challenge in asserting its stance on global nuclear disarmament requires a precise articulation of its goals and plans.

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