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Strategic dynamics in a melting Arctic
International Affairs | Climate Change Apr 24, 2024

Strategic dynamics in a melting Arctic

While resource exploitation in the Artic may offer short-term gains, the long-term consequences for the planet outweigh them ...

Decoding O-RAN: A blueprint for digital connectivity beyond 5G
Cyber and Technology Apr 24, 2024

Decoding O-RAN: A blueprint for digital connectivity beyond 5G

O-RAN's ability to decouple hardware and software components of traditional systems fosters flexibility and interoperability, potentially countering China's 5G dominance ...

Addressing the SIDS challenge: An India-Australia-SIDS trilateral?
International Affairs Apr 24, 2024

Addressing the SIDS challenge: An India-Australia-SIDS trilateral?

While India and Australia prioritise cooperation with the SIDS, in the face of current geopolitical competition, the SIDS also gain from fostering a developmental partnership with the two ...

Public private partnerships: Fostering health system resilience
Healthcare Apr 23, 2024

Public private partnerships: Fostering health system resilience

Employing Public-private partnerships (PPPs) in the health sector has the potential to deliver quality healthcare services that are both affordable and readily accessible to all ...

The politics and geopolitics of Bangladesh’s “India Out” campaign
Neighbourhood Apr 23, 2024

The politics and geopolitics of Bangladesh’s “India Out” campaign

The "India Out" campaign in Bangladesh following the recent general election seems to be an attempt by the Opposition to further their political prospects in the nation ...

Slovakia: EU’s latest headache?
International Affairs Apr 23, 2024

Slovakia: EU’s latest headache?

Peter Pellegrini’s recent presidential victory could mean Slovakia mirroring Hungary's stance on Ukraine, potentially troubling the EU ...

Red Sea blues: Deliberating maritime bottlenecks
International Trade and Investment | Maritime Security Apr 22, 2024

Red Sea blues: Deliberating maritime bottlenecks

The continuous maritime rerouting in the aftermath of the Red Sea crisis is emerging as an issue for major trading nations due to the rising shipping costs and higher prices of commodities ...

India’s constructive revisionism
Indian Foreign Policy | Indian Economy Apr 22, 2024

India’s constructive revisionism

Given the shortcomings of the faltering West-led international order, there arises a crucial demand for constructive revisionism spearheaded by India ...

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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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