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The twin-connection: Revitalising sister-city relationships
Urbanisation in India | Climate Change Apr 08, 2024

The twin-connection: Revitalising sister-city relationships

As the world faces unprecedented challenges such as climate change, pandemics, and disparities, sister-city relationships can help nurture a harmonious global community ...

Will the India-EFTA trade deal bring substantial benefits to India?
International Affairs | International Trade and Investment Apr 08, 2024

Will the India-EFTA trade deal bring substantial benefits to India?

Whether the new India-EFTA trade deal that has been touted as “modern, fair, and equitable” would be able to correct the prevalent trade imbalance remains to be seen ...

The EU’s Economic Security Strategy update: Ready for a new era?
International Affairs | Economics and Finance | Internal Security Apr 06, 2024

The EU’s Economic Security Strategy update: Ready for a new era?

The recent update released by the EU on its Economic Security Strategy is aimed at positioning it as a geopolitical as well as a geoeconomic bloc ...

Global conflicts in the new age: The role of ICJ
International Affairs | Law and Justice Apr 06, 2024

Global conflicts in the new age: The role of ICJ

While international law may lack enforceability in a traditional sense and exhibit flaws and frustrations, its influence remains significant in shaping the opinions and policies of nations ...

Pakistan’s judiciary as a compliant arbiter of power
Neighbourhood Apr 06, 2024

Pakistan’s judiciary as a compliant arbiter of power

As Pakistan ushers in a new executive, backed by a fractured legislature, its judiciary remains survivalist ...

Time is right for the big healthcare push in India
Healthcare Apr 05, 2024

Time is right for the big healthcare push in India

Infrastructure deficits and a lack of awareness about available healthcare benefits remain significant obstacles to achieving universal health coverage in India ...

Health federalism in India: Changing trends
Healthcare | Law and Justice Apr 05, 2024

Health federalism in India: Changing trends

Given the rapid internationalisation of many dimensions of health and disruptive technologies reshaping health strategy, India needs an inter-governmental institution for the health domain ...

To achieve the global goal on health, place health at the heart of climate action
Healthcare Apr 05, 2024

To achieve the global goal on health, place health at the heart of climate action

Climate change is intensifying existing health vulnerabilities. Placing health at the heart of the climate justice movement is thus essential for meaningful progress. ...

Adopting the One Health approach
Healthcare Apr 05, 2024

Adopting the One Health approach

Constitutional provisions for the right to health cannot be realised without integrating frameworks for the health of people and the planet. ...

Digital health in the G20
Healthcare Apr 05, 2024

Digital health in the G20

The G20 has over the years influenced the growth trajectory of global digital health by ensuring international cooperation between different stakeholders at a global level ...

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Swati Prabhu

Swati Prabhu

Dr Swati Prabhu is Associate Fellow with theCentre for New Economic Diplomacy (CNED). Her research explores the interlinkages between Indias development partnerships and the Sustainable Development Agenda. Swatis broader research interests encompass India-EU relations sustainability and development cooperation. Her PhD ...

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Nilanjan Ghosh

Dr. Nilanjan Ghosh is a Director at the Observer Research Foundation (ORF), India. In that capacity, he heads two centres at the Foundation, namely, the Centre for New Economic Diplomacy (CNED), and ORF’s Kolkata Centre. He is a Member, Global ...

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