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Economics, geopolitics, and the impact on G20
Jul 30, 2022

Economics, geopolitics, and the impact on G20

Between the data, the risks, and the narratives lies an uncertain future that will test the intellectual leadership of India’s G20 presidency.

#Geo Economics: अफ्रीका में दुर्लभ खनिजों पर कब्ज़े का चीनी अभियान!
Sep 05, 2022

#Geo Economics: अफ्रीका में दुर्लभ खनिजों पर कब्ज़े का चीनी अभियान!

आज चीन दुनिया में दुर्लभ खनिजों का सबसे बड़ा आपूर्तिकर्त

An India-Europe Trade Corridor? The geoeconomics dimension of an emerging West Asia Quad
Oct 24, 2021

An India-Europe Trade Corridor? The geoeconomics dimension of an emerging West Asia Quad

India could leverage evolving ties with West Asia to expand on muli-modal links from Mumbai to Europe, via the Arab world

Beyond JCPOA — Economics
Jul 21, 2018

Beyond JCPOA — Economics

With the imposition of sanctions on Iran, India is left with two options: either find other avenues of oil imports or risk facing the US sanctions.

Budget 2019: Smart politics, smart economics
Feb 01, 2019

Budget 2019: Smart politics, smart economics

Key proposals unveiled in this budget are primarily aimed at rural communities and the urban middle classes.

Chinese claim over South China Sea has as much to do with economics as history
Dec 08, 2012

Chinese claim over South China Sea has as much to do with economics as history

An Indian maritime expert feels China, which had increased its defence budget several-fold in order to retain or recover its territories in the disputed area, is also cleverly diffusing the situation by having joint military exercises with countries around the area to prevent them from banding together against its claims.

Congestion pricing economics
Sep 11, 2019

Congestion pricing economics

India needs to seriously start looking at city roads through the real estate lens to make a case for public transport and address the problem of peren

Cooperation between Japan and India from the perspective of geoeconomics in the intensifying US-China hegemony competition
Mar 20, 2021

Cooperation between Japan and India from the perspective of geoeconomics in the intensifying US-China hegemony competition

Japan wants to assist India to improve the investment climate to attract more FDI so that New Delhi can be linked more closely with Japan–ASEAN-based supply chains.

Forget the economics, it was geopolitics that dominated the G20 summit
Sep 05, 2016

Forget the economics, it was geopolitics that dominated the G20 summit

The Hangzhou G20 summit was about taking stock of the economic situation in a world where global recovery from the 2008 crisis remains sluggish.

Geo-economics in East Asia: A word of caution on China
Sep 17, 2013

Geo-economics in East Asia: A word of caution on China

Can China slow down without imploding? No, says Mr. Osamu Tanaka, the Executive Vice President of the Policy Research Institute of the Ministry of Finance, Japan. He predicts that 2017/8 will be the beginning of a Chinese financial meltdown.

Geo-economics key to counter China in the Indian Ocean
Sep 30, 2015

Geo-economics key to counter China in the Indian Ocean

Although neither India nor China envisions participating in decisive naval battles given the interdependent nature of the world order, naval suasion continues in the Indian Ocean. The underlying strength for control of the Indian Ocean, however, is not geopolitical but economic power.

Geo-Economics: The art of Trumpnomics
Nov 02, 2020

Geo-Economics: The art of Trumpnomics

A hostile relationship with China, coming out of a consistent aggressive trade policy, is arguably going to be the most enduring legacy of the Trump P

Hinduphobia infects economics—again
Mar 11, 2023

Hinduphobia infects economics—again

The Hindu rate of growth, like Sanatan Dharma, has evolved—Raghuram Rajan and other narrative economists are stuck in the past

Hydropower in the Himalayas: the economics that are often ignored
Mar 29, 2018

Hydropower in the Himalayas: the economics that are often ignored

China has forged ahead on developing hydropower, while other Himalayan nations have languished

India-China Relations: Economics Is Not All
Sep 03, 2010

India-China Relations: Economics Is Not All

India and China do differ radically on the kind of Asian layout for the future. India work at an inclusive approach as opposed to China's exclusivist approach which appears directed against India, US and Japan.

Money matters: Discussing the economics of the INSTC
Apr 24, 2017

Money matters: Discussing the economics of the INSTC

India, Iran and Russia have decided to begin using the part-ready International North-South Transport Corridor (INSTC), a multimodal network of sea, rail and road routes between India, Iran, Central Asia and Russia. As the broader politics in the region undergo new configurations that may put to question the project’s prospects, and the evolving security situation demands continuous appraisal, it is time to refocus discussion on the economics o

Need for boosting ecological economics
Oct 07, 2015

Need for boosting ecological economics

Saying ecological knowledge is the demand of the 21st century, Prof. Jayanta Bandyopadhyay of the Jawaharlal Nehru University has called for better ecological knowledge to be put in practice as he felt that ecological economics is facing a dampener due to the weakness in ecological knowledge application.

Relocating Mumbai in the geoeconomics of the Indo-Pacific
Jan 30, 2021

Relocating Mumbai in the geoeconomics of the Indo-Pacific

Positioning Mumbai in the Indo-Pacific will require planning. A new version of the ‘Bombay Plan’ — Bombay Plan 2.0 — is needed to build on the

Russia, EU and Nord Stream 2: Economics versus geopolitics
Oct 26, 2020

Russia, EU and Nord Stream 2: Economics versus geopolitics

The largest natural gas importer in the EU now faces the challenge of dealing with the latest US sanctions in order to ensure that the project goes ah

Shift towards geoeconomics: Connecting India with West Asia
May 13, 2023

Shift towards geoeconomics: Connecting India with West Asia

Doval’s Riyadh visit and I2U2’s steady progress demonstrate a nimble, pragmatic and business-like foreign policy.

The 'Sheikh Chilli' economics of Imran Khan
Nov 02, 2018

The 'Sheikh Chilli' economics of Imran Khan

A near-bankrupt Pakistan has only two choices. It can go to the IMF and suffer reforms. Or it can carry on with its lies, vagaries and economic wet dreams

The Economics of Peace: A Nepalese Perspective
Jul 23, 2023

The Economics of Peace: A Nepalese Perspective

Understanding the importance of peace has been accorded high priority in many religions, such as Hinduism, Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism. In recent years, many economists have realized the monetary value of peace. Peace is a pre-requisite for the development of infrastructural facilities like education, health, roads, irrigation, power and communications.

The economics of the Taliban takeover
Sep 10, 2021

The economics of the Taliban takeover

Taliban 2.0 are working towards ensuring that they are not dependent on external sources of revenue

The Geoeconomics of Climate Finance
Nov 22, 2021

The Geoeconomics of Climate Finance

The global climate finance architecture tends to restrain emerging economies from mobilising and accessing global private commercial capital for energy transition. This brief explores the different global financial regulations that influence climate capital flows between countries, and argues that institutions must enhance their role in facilitating the optimal allocation of capital. It evaluates the role of Multilateral Development Banks from a

The geoeconomics of climate finance
Nov 12, 2021

The geoeconomics of climate finance

Structural changes need to be brought to allow different financial sectors to invest in the green future of developing nations.

The Indo-Pacific economics: Inextricable Chinese linkages and Indian challenges
Dec 08, 2021

The Indo-Pacific economics: Inextricable Chinese linkages and Indian challenges

India would need to ratchet up its economic investments and regional integration initiatives in the Indo-Pacific if it aims to compete with the Chines

The next decade for geoeconomics
Dec 22, 2020

The next decade for geoeconomics

A geoeconomics alliance between like-minded nations is already emerging.

The ‘Smart Economics’ of Moving Women from the Private to the Public Sphere
Mar 07, 2024

The ‘Smart Economics’ of Moving Women from the Private to the Public Sphere

Despite advancements in legislation and representation over the last decades, women continue to face barriers in accessing sexual and reproductive healthcare, legal protection against violence, and leadership roles. In the economic sphere, gender disparities persist in labour force participation, job sectors, wages, and unpaid care work. Women are constrained in participating in the labour market as their social role remains attached to domestic

Three trends in geopolitics and geoeconomics in 2021
Jan 04, 2021

Three trends in geopolitics and geoeconomics in 2021

The story of 2021 in the global economy will continue to be dominated by the pandemic — but examining these trends will help us understand the struc