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Challenges ahead for the India-EU FTA
Feb 28, 2012

Challenges ahead for the India-EU FTA

There is need for greater transparency in the Free Trade Agreement negotiations. There could be more information sharing with civil society groups and the general public so that the content of the negotiations would get public approval faster, making it easier to conclude the FTA.

Challenges for Georgia’s EU membership
Jan 26, 2024

Challenges for Georgia’s EU membership

Georgia faces the challenge of balancing its pursuit of EU membership with the risk of Russian adventurism, necessitating a cautious approach to avoid

Chasing the elusive accession: Western Balkan’s quest for EU membership
Jan 07, 2023

Chasing the elusive accession: Western Balkan’s quest for EU membership

The conflict in Ukraine and the Chinese footprint in the region may have created the push towards EU enlargement, but does it have the capacity?

China’s growing troubles in Central and Eastern Europe
Apr 19, 2021

China’s growing troubles in Central and Eastern Europe

Difficulties that have cropped up in the 17+1 summit have the potential to put a spanner in China’s idea of reaping benefits via the forum.

China’s military manoeuvres in the Taiwan Strait
Aug 09, 2022

China’s military manoeuvres in the Taiwan Strait

The recent military drills by the PLA are to ascertain the nature of Taiwan’s response.

China’s one belt one road project is paving its way into Europe
May 15, 2017

China’s one belt one road project is paving its way into Europe

China wants to move its manufacturing up the value chain to become a producer and exporter of high-value goods, for which Europe can be the best market.

Chinese BRI ambitions in Europe hinge on the Caucasus
May 02, 2024

Chinese BRI ambitions in Europe hinge on the Caucasus

The EU must capitalise on TITR’s development to assert its position as a dominant geoeconomic power in the region and curb China’s influence.

Connecting Distant Geographies: The EU in the Indo-Pacific
Sep 24, 2021

Connecting Distant Geographies: The EU in the Indo-Pacific

Although Europe is not geographically proximate to the Indo-Pacific, it has a clear interest in the stability of the region that has become a pivot for global economic and strategic interactions in recent years. This paper analyses the prospects for increased partnerships between the European Union (EU) and the countries of the Indo-Pacific. It examines current engagements of the EU, as an institution and as individual countries, in the region, a

Cooperation with China important for India's Eurasian energy policy
May 27, 2014

Cooperation with China important for India's Eurasian energy policy

For Russia and even Central Asian countries, China can act as a catalyst to market their hydrocarbon resources to South Asia and beyond, opening an opportunity for gas exports too. Russia's $400 billion gas deal with China is a case in point.

Could Italy be the Achilles’ heel in Europe’s united response to Russia?
Oct 12, 2022

Could Italy be the Achilles’ heel in Europe’s united response to Russia?

Fears that European solidarity against Russia would crumble due to the new Italian coalition coming to power may be exaggerated, though not unfounded.

Could Poland leave the European Union next?
Nov 02, 2021

Could Poland leave the European Union next?

The growing disjunction between Brussels and Warsaw sheds light on the overall questioning of Eurocentric values in the region.

Covid-19 and European solidarity: The fight for who we are
Apr 05, 2020

Covid-19 and European solidarity: The fight for who we are

Now is the time for the EU to harness its transformational power – and to protect citizens without turning in on itself.

COVID-19’s impact on EU solidarity and US healthcare debate
May 01, 2020

COVID-19’s impact on EU solidarity and US healthcare debate

Even as the coronavirus pandemic strains European solidarity, its ideas on social protection experience a fillip — but this time on the other side o

Crisis as opportunity: Towards a new European security architecture?
Jan 24, 2022

Crisis as opportunity: Towards a new European security architecture?

All players involved in the current dialogue over the Ukraine crisis cannot afford for it to escalate but use the opportunity to reconstruct existing

Crisis brewing in Europe
Dec 14, 2016

Crisis brewing in Europe

A quiet crisis is brewing in Europe, triggered by the BREXIT vote with its very cohesion is being threatened in the aftermath of the vote

Croatia joins the Schengen and Eurozone
Jan 06, 2023

Croatia joins the Schengen and Eurozone

Ten years after joining the EU, Croatia has finally been given the green light to join the Schengen and Eurozone

Decoding recent elections in Europe: A tilt towards the Right?
Nov 09, 2022

Decoding recent elections in Europe: A tilt towards the Right?

Movement of right-wing parties from the margins to the mainstream represents one of the most significant political developments in Europe in the past

Decoding the digital euro: What lies ahead?
Oct 05, 2023

Decoding the digital euro: What lies ahead?

The digital euro can revolutionise digital payments but its future remains uncertain as it grapples with widespread political scepticism about its pur

Delhi’s efforts to build roads on the lines of European cities
Dec 19, 2020

Delhi’s efforts to build roads on the lines of European cities

Modern street planning does not stop at technical designing.

Despite Trump walkout on Iran, Delhi should back Europe
May 10, 2018

Despite Trump walkout on Iran, Delhi should back Europe

During the 2017 winter session of parliament, PM Modi stated that India’s foreign policy stood on its own independent merit, and if it wanted to purchase oil from Iran, it would do so.

Deuba for joint approach with India to exploit Nepal's huge hydro potential
Jun 11, 2013

Deuba for joint approach with India to exploit Nepal's huge hydro potential

Nepal's former Prime Minister Sher Bahadur Deuba has stressed on the need to develop "a joint approach" with India to exploit the huge hydro power potential of the country. He said Nepal has the potential of generating over one lakh megawatts of power.

Digital Euro: Aspirations of a sovereign alternative to crypto-assets
Jul 31, 2021

Digital Euro: Aspirations of a sovereign alternative to crypto-assets

With plans of launching the digital euro project, the Eurozone aims at producing “a riskless, accessible and efficient form of central bank money”

Disintegration of the European security architecture: Three lessons for Asia
Mar 17, 2023

Disintegration of the European security architecture: Three lessons for Asia

The conflict in Europe breaks strategic myths and extends valuable lessons that Asia can learn from

Diverging US and Indian Approaches to Europe: The Problem of Ukraine
Aug 14, 2023

Diverging US and Indian Approaches to Europe: The Problem of Ukraine

The US-India strategic partnership is rooted in the Indo-Pacific region. Nonetheless, developments in Europe, such as the war in Ukraine, have implications for US-India cooperation. The Ukraine conflict could distract the US, diverting its attention to Europe, and impeding its efforts to build Indian strategic capacity. Differing responses to the war can also create tensions between the two countries, as the US seeks to punish Russia, and

Diversity within the Union: The EU’s midlife checklist
Nov 02, 2019

Diversity within the Union: The EU’s midlife checklist

Even with increased efforts from governments towards democratising trade policy development, there are hindrances with the emergence of other Westphal

Eastern promise: The power shifts in EU politics
Mar 04, 2023

Eastern promise: The power shifts in EU politics

Central and Eastern Europe have activated the geopolitical dimension of the EU and showcased their importance in shaping the EU’s future

Elections in Europe: यूरोप में हाल के चुनावों का विश्लेषण; दक्षिणपंथ की ओर झुकाव?
Jul 26, 2023

Elections in Europe: यूरोप में हाल के चुनावों का विश्लेषण; दक्षिणपंथ की ओर झुकाव?

हाशिये पर खड़े दक्षिणपंथी (right-wing parties) दलों के मुख्यधारा में �

Elections in Türkiye: Marking a reset in EU-Türkiye relations?
May 28, 2023

Elections in Türkiye: Marking a reset in EU-Türkiye relations?

Europe is closely observing the Turkish elections as a change in leadership could lead to a reset in Türkiye-EU relations

Electrifying Mobility in India: The Challenge of Petroleum Tax Revenue
Oct 11, 2022

Electrifying Mobility in India: The Challenge of Petroleum Tax Revenue

Alternate options for replacing petroleum revenue have not received the same level of attention that the promotion of electric mobility has received.

Emmanuel Macron is new French President: Merci France – says Europe
May 10, 2017

Emmanuel Macron is new French President: Merci France – says Europe

A political neophyte who has never held any elected office before, Emmanuel Macron at 39 years is the youngest President in French history.

Energy, security, and Europe’s politics of discomfort
Aug 02, 2022

Energy, security, and Europe’s politics of discomfort

The prosperity of the past seven decades has led the European continent adrift in the cold waters of strategic lethargy.