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Pakistan using COVID-19 as a cover for crossborder militancy
Apr 29, 2020

Pakistan using COVID-19 as a cover for crossborder militancy

The formation of ‘The Resistance Front’ should be seen as an attempt to consolidate strengths, manpower, weaponry, and training of various militan

Pakistan: On COVID-19 steps, Imran gives in to radical mullahs
Apr 28, 2020

Pakistan: On COVID-19 steps, Imran gives in to radical mullahs

COVID-19 has once again exposed the widening rift between radical religious organisations, their parochial leaders — and the government.

Pandemic is an opportunity for developing nations
Jun 01, 2020

Pandemic is an opportunity for developing nations

But attracting manufacturers away from China is going to take more than cheap land and labor reforms.

People with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic in India
Nov 28, 2020

People with disabilities during the COVID-19 pandemic in India

The goal of universal healthcare cannot be achieved without building accessible health facilities for people with disabilities.

Perspectives on the ‘New Normal’ in Kashmir
Mar 16, 2021

Perspectives on the ‘New Normal’ in Kashmir

This report collates insights from unstructured interviews with people in South Kashmir about their lives following the Constitutional amendments of August 2019 that revoked the special status of the erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir under Article 370, and repealed Article 35A. The conversations with the respondents covered issues such as their livelihoods and the economy, the bureaucracy, and militancy in the region. The report is an attempt

Pipelines to swords: How Covid-19 shifted focus from energy cooperation to securitisation in the Eastern Mediterranean
Jun 06, 2020

Pipelines to swords: How Covid-19 shifted focus from energy cooperation to securitisation in the Eastern Mediterranean

Covid-19-related economic repercussions have rendered the unifying, cooperation-creating element of a common energy market in the Eastern Mediterranea

Power and accountability
May 14, 2021

Power and accountability

Covid crisis won’t affect India’s rise. Forego partisanship, bring in expertise.

Preparing for a post-Covid reality
Sep 30, 2020

Preparing for a post-Covid reality

Integrating their economies will help Bangladesh and India rise up global and regional value chains

Protests in China: चीन में कठोर प्रतिबंधों के ख़िलाफ प्रदर्शन के क्‍या हैं मायने?
Jul 28, 2023

Protests in China: चीन में कठोर प्रतिबंधों के ख़िलाफ प्रदर्शन के क्‍या हैं मायने?

Protests in China ऐसे में सवाल उठता है कि आखिर इस विरोध का असर चीन की �

Public policy lessons from Pakistan’s experience with COVID-19
Sep 25, 2020

Public policy lessons from Pakistan’s experience with COVID-19

Pakistan must proceed beyond providing immediate relief to its people by investing in programmes that reduce vulnerability and lead to sustained impro

Regional dimensions of global response to COVID-19
May 19, 2020

Regional dimensions of global response to COVID-19

The regional approach to collectively combat the pandemic may have allowed global institutions such as the United Nations and its agencies to engage r

Reimagining the Anglo-India partnership
Apr 29, 2021

Reimagining the Anglo-India partnership

Despite challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, India–UK ties remain unfettered to harness new strategic convergences in sync with contemporary realities

Reorienting India’s global value chains post COVID-19
Apr 27, 2021

Reorienting India’s global value chains post COVID-19

With growing digitalisation and amid the ongoing pandemic, India needs to reorient its trade policy with emphasis on developing its own GVCs and upgra

Resisting Chinese encroachment
Jul 02, 2020

Resisting Chinese encroachment

India must not contribute to the digital and economic rise of the same power that harms it

Reverse migration: An opportunity for the government
Apr 04, 2020

Reverse migration: An opportunity for the government

To give gainful employment to those migrants who do not want to go back to the cities as it happened during demonetisation is a big challenge for the

Reverse migration: An opportunity for the government
Apr 04, 2020

Reverse migration: An opportunity for the government

To give gainful employment to those migrants who do not want to go back to the cities as it happened during demonetisation is a big challenge for the

Revisiting Orientalism: Pandemic, politics, and the perceptions industry
May 24, 2020

Revisiting Orientalism: Pandemic, politics, and the perceptions industry

Western media coverage of India’s handling of Covid-19 is yet another example of the West attempting to diminish the East.

Right to equitable access to COVID-19 vaccination — if not now, then when?
Apr 09, 2021

Right to equitable access to COVID-19 vaccination — if not now, then when?

The world needs the vaccine today — not tomorrow — to stop the disease and end the pandemic. We need to embrace the access to medicine movement �

Rise of the minilaterals: Examining the India-France-Australia trilateral
Sep 18, 2020

Rise of the minilaterals: Examining the India-France-Australia trilateral

The India-France-Australia trilateral is only the latest of the many minilaterals that are taking shape in the Indo-Pacific region.

Rolling up the welcome mat for Chinese investors
May 13, 2020

Rolling up the welcome mat for Chinese investors

Governments are right to worry about outsiders snapping up struggling companies amid the pandemic.

Russia in the post-coronavirus world: New ideas for foreign policy
May 20, 2020

Russia in the post-coronavirus world: New ideas for foreign policy

There is a danger that by focusing entirely on the pandemic Russia and the international community might get distracted from addressing fundamental pr

Safeguarding Food Self-Sufficiency in the Time of COVID-19: Lessons from Bhutan
Apr 06, 2023

Safeguarding Food Self-Sufficiency in the Time of COVID-19: Lessons from Bhutan

Safeguarding people’s health has been the global priority amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. In Bhutan, emerging lessons show how nutrition and other aspects of health are intricately related to the management of food security during the current crisis, and beyond. The country’s leaders have used moral suasion alongside policy measures to demonstrate that good nutrition need not be a luxury.