This segment provides a commentary on contemporary political and economic developments in Europe and North America from an international perspective.
This segment headlines one of the most important questions of our time: how should cyberspace be governed? This segment features insights from experts and emerging voices at the intersection of law, security, economics and the politics of global internet governance.
This segment tracks the implementation of the sustainable development goals (SDG) in India with a focus on reproductive, maternal, neonatal and child (RMNC) health and nutrition. Starting with the processes of mainstreaming of SDGs in the national plan and the nationalisation of SDG indicator framework, segment will also regularly feature guest posts on health and nutrition.
This segment seeks to provoke new ideas about India and explore the diverse challenges facing the country. It provides a platform to increase engagement on the contemporary debates and developments in India’s social, political and economic orders.
India with Africa
Post Aid World
This segment examines the changing nature of the architecture for international development and humanitarian assistance, and the role of the southern actors in bringing about this transformation. There will be a particular focus on India’s international development assistance.
This segment focuses on a rising India in a changing global order. It captures India’s global engagements, challenges and priorities amidst its internal and external reorientation.
This segment tracks the global outer space policy from multiple perspectives. It explores the security, political, commercial and technological developments in outer space while also serving as a platform capturing the Indian and international debates.
This segment focuses on the future of environment, energy and climate policy. It seeks to explore India’s role in shaping and responding to global processes and examining how India can lead global action on climate while simultaneously ensuring growth at home.
This segment aims at producing new knowledge for addressing emerging challenges in an urbanising world.
This segment looks at all aspects of the Use-of-Force, including technical analyses of new technologies, implications of doctrines, the legality and ethics of specific resorts to force, and acquisition procedures. It also examines economic aspects of the use-of-force and defence modernisation and policy choices leading to the use of force.
Dr A. D. Gnanagurunathan has recently been a MOFA Visiting Scholar, Department of Political Science, National Taiwan University (NTU), Taiwan.
My ea nsearch has been Japan’s security and foreign policy and East Asia. Further, I investigate the dynamics between technology and international relations. Earlier, my stint as a Research Fellow at think-tanks, Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA) and Vivekananda International Foundation (VIF), for about three years, largely revolved around writing
opinion pieces and organising events related to Japan and East Asia, and South Asia.
Last year, I have spent as a MOFA Visiting Scholar at the Department of Political Science, College of Social Sciences, National Taiwan University (NTU), Taipei, Taiwan. And, taught a course ‘Information Technology and Global Governance’ as a Visiting Professor at the International College
of Innovation (ICI), National Chengchi University (NCCU), Taipei.