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Who benefits from the protests in Iran?
Jan 11, 2018

Who benefits from the protests in Iran?

If Rouhani is the middle, it is not wise to celebrate an attack against him. Not until, organically most if not all of Iran and not just Tehran like i

Who blinks first: Can a framework for countering maritime grey-zone operations be devised?
Mar 29, 2023

Who blinks first: Can a framework for countering maritime grey-zone operations be devised?

Regional cooperation mechanisms should join hands and devise a framework to counter China’s grey-zone tactics in the Indo-Pacific region

Who did Hillary Clinton meet during her East Asia tour?
Feb 24, 2009

Who did Hillary Clinton meet during her East Asia tour?

Hillary Clinton's altered agenda reflected the reshuffled priorities of the US in its dealings with China. Unlike in the past, Human Rights and Tibet did not figure prominently during the talks this time.

Who governs the high seas?
Jun 26, 2012

Who governs the high seas?

Kerala is trying in a civilian court two Italian military men for actions they took in defence of their territories. Imagine trying a serving Indian soldier in a civil court for an incident resulting from discharge of duty in naxal-infested areas, the northeast or Kashmir.

Who is afraid of angry white men? Five lessons for Europe from the Dutch elections
Mar 27, 2017

Who is afraid of angry white men? Five lessons for Europe from the Dutch elections

European leaders need to reflect carefully about their electoral strategies if they do not want to damage the liberal, open societies they intent to p

Who is going to be the next King in Saudi Arabia?
Sep 11, 2013

Who is going to be the next King in Saudi Arabia?

Royal succession is considered to be the 'prickliest' problem facing the Saudi kingdom. It can bring about a fundamental change in Saudi politics and can have an overarching impact on Saudi society and its national and foreign policies.

Who is Happy with Digvijay Singh?
Jan 13, 2011

Who is Happy with Digvijay Singh?

Is former Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister and Congress General Secretary, Mr. Digvijay Singh, living dangerously? Or is he on high wire act secure of a safety net below?

Who needs to be subsidised and who needs to be green in Delhi
Jan 07, 2014

Who needs to be subsidised and who needs to be green in Delhi

The Delhi government is in no mood for sparing the discoms and discoms on the other hand do not want to give up their inertia. The AAP promised tariff reduction and slashed the same by 50% after coming to power.

Who Participates in Higher Education in India? Rethinking the Role of Affirmative Action
Oct 04, 2010

Who Participates in Higher Education in India? Rethinking the Role of Affirmative Action

This paper explores how an individual's participation in higher education is dependent on her religious affiliations, socio-economic status and demographic characteristics.

Who says privacy is just about data?
May 18, 2013

Who says privacy is just about data?

Privacy and democracy have always had an uneasy relationship in India. However, now India has a unique opportunity to evolve a progressive and expansive legislation on privacy and protection of personal data. The report of the experts group chaired by Justice Ajit Prakash Shah is a good starting point.

Who sold nukes ?
Feb 03, 2004

Who sold nukes ?

Drumbeats on Pakistan¿s nuclear black-marketing are getting louder. The international community (read Washington) is alarmed and worried at the rapidly accumulating pile of evidence against Pakistan¿s top nuclear scientist, Dr AQ Khan, and a few of his associates for selling nuclear technology and materials to nations that are considered "rogue". (China is not the target yet and hence do not qualify to be a rogue despite overwhelming evidence).

Who will be the next Secretary General of the United Nations?
Aug 29, 2016

Who will be the next Secretary General of the United Nations?

The process for the selection of the ninth Secretary General of the United Nations who will succeed Dr. Ban Ki-moon, is under way.

Who will be the next WTO Director General?
Sep 30, 2020

Who will be the next WTO Director General?

As countries contemplate which candidate to support, they must keep in mind the many roles played by the WTO DG. They represent the WTO in internation

Who will gain from 10% reservation for EWS?
Jan 14, 2019

Who will gain from 10% reservation for EWS?

The bill has to be a constitutional amendment as it overshoots the Supreme Court's 50% cap on quotas and takes the total to 60%.

Who will trust the RBI or government now?
Nov 28, 2016

Who will trust the RBI or government now?

People are going to have a hard time trusting the government or the RBI.

Who won and who lost in Karnataka?
May 21, 2018

Who won and who lost in Karnataka?

The Karnataka electorate did not give a clear mandate to any party. But it happens in democracies that follow the first past the post system.

WHO, the battleground for cold war 2.0
May 22, 2020

WHO, the battleground for cold war 2.0

There is no doubt that WHO’s director general is culpable. Whether the missteps were errors of judgements or deliberate kowtowing to China is the question

Whoever wins, Bihar wins again
Nov 05, 2015

Whoever wins, Bihar wins again

There is an element of Shakespeare in Bihar politics. It has over the last 40 years seen so many historical developments impacting national politics that the ongoing election will once again throw up a surprise.

Whose AI is it anyway? Moving global debates from “mine” to “ours”
Feb 23, 2024

Whose AI is it anyway? Moving global debates from “mine” to “ours”

An inductive approach to AI development can improve the data foundation for discussions and mobilise a wider coalition advocating for its integration

Whose Debt is it Anyway?
Aug 03, 2011

Whose Debt is it Anyway?

Although the successful passing of the Budget deal by the US Senate and the signing of it by President Obama has lead to widespread relief in the country, the looming question of how the close to 15 trillion dollars in accumulated debt is ever going to be repaid still remains unanswered.

Whose Trump?
Nov 14, 2016

Whose Trump?

It is surprising that much of America and the rest of the world seems surprised at an election of Donald Trump as the next US President.

A political player who is rising, but is still no Lenin
Jan 29, 2021

A political player who is rising, but is still no Lenin

Notwithstanding the euphoria, Alexei Navalny is unlikely to be the catalyst that will lead to ‘regime change’ in Russia

A spymaster who now has the Pakistan Army’s reins
Dec 01, 2022

A spymaster who now has the Pakistan Army’s reins

As the 17th Army Chief of Pakistan, General Syed Asim Munir faces challenges in ensuring political stability and elevating people’s perception of the Army, while India needs to wait and watch

Almost covert, wholly illegal
Sep 05, 2011

Almost covert, wholly illegal

Even assuming that Gaddafi is gone for good, Libya's future still looks uncertain. If Libya becomes unstable, violent, or a fertile ground for radicals, it will raise questions about the wisdom of the entire enterprise.

Amid changing post-pandemic realities, India needs to be swift in identifying partners whom it can trust
Dec 29, 2020

Amid changing post-pandemic realities, India needs to be swift in identifying partners whom it can trust

We will see the rise of a New World Order driven by national interest, reliability of partners, and of course, economic factors. India has to use a “Gated Globalisation” framework to negotiate this change.

Blocking online porn: Who should make Constitutional decisions?
Mar 16, 2015

Blocking online porn: Who should make Constitutional decisions?

A constitutional court must not outsource its judgement on freedom of expression online to an industry association even if it convenes others to help make this decision. It must also avoid allowing the executive to take over this role, determining without any transparency what content is blocked.

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 काळातील मृत्यू संख्येवर WHO अहवाल
Apr 13, 2023

COVID-19 काळातील मृत्यू संख्येवर WHO अहवाल

GOI ने WHO द्वारे प्रसिद्ध केलेला अहवाल नुकताच फेटाळून लावल्याने प्रश्न उद्भवतात: COVID-19 मृत्यूची संख्या खोडून काढली आहे की WHO ची कार्यपद्धती सदोष आहे?

COVID-19: Is WHO fit to lead in times of pandemics?
Apr 30, 2020

COVID-19: Is WHO fit to lead in times of pandemics?

Absence of leadership is not the only problem — the pandemic shows how the WHO failed to address deeper and chronic issues.

Expanding pharmaceutical local production in Africa: An idea whose time has come?
Apr 10, 2019

Expanding pharmaceutical local production in Africa: An idea whose time has come?

There is a groundswell in Africa in support of local pharmaceutical production. Africa's dependency on the rest of the world for medicines may not las

For whom did the ‘Bud’ bloom?
Feb 26, 2018

For whom did the ‘Bud’ bloom?

There is no denying that now is the best time for anyone to hope for a negotiated political settlement to the ethnic issue than any time in the past. That includes the months and years after the end of ethnic war, when the TNA and the Rajapaksa leadership were talking peace and political settlement.