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2022—The year to redefine cities as first tiers of urban governance
Jan 08, 2022

2022—The year to redefine cities as first tiers of urban governance

A holistic restructuring of federal, systemic, and financial governance is required to empower our city governments

China’s attempt to redefine democracy
Dec 27, 2021

China’s attempt to redefine democracy

Both internal and external challenges have propelled China to adopt measures to ensure the economic and social growth of the Chinese society, and in t

May and Modi on the move as the UK struggles to redefine its global role post-Brexit
Nov 11, 2016

May and Modi on the move as the UK struggles to redefine its global role post-Brexit

Theresa May arrived in India in her first bilateral visit outside Europe to reinvigorate the India-UK strategic partnership.

Two divides redefine South Korea’s politics
Jun 21, 2022

Two divides redefine South Korea’s politics

Creating opportunities for women in different spheres to tackle gender inequality has invoked fear amongst young Korean men about losing opportunities

A double-edged sword: China’s model of development partnerships & the Indo-Pacific
Jul 11, 2023

A double-edged sword: China’s model of development partnerships & the Indo-Pacific

With the launch of its Global Development Initiative in 2021, China is looking to recalibrate and redefine its outlook towards development cooperation

A paradigm-defining contest with China
Jul 15, 2020

A paradigm-defining contest with China

As India redefines its priorities vis-a-vis China, its policymakers will have to be bolder in articulating the need for robust partnerships

AUKUS and the Eastern Indo-Pacific’s Evolving Security Architecture
Aug 14, 2023

AUKUS and the Eastern Indo-Pacific’s Evolving Security Architecture

The formation of AUKUS (a security alliance between Australia, the UK, and the US) and its likely forward momentum in the near- and medium-term is certain to redefine the security architecture in the eastern Indo-Pacific region. Given the twin objectives of maintaining the balance of power and ensuring deterrence against China, several new initiatives and defence agreements between the member countries are on the anvil. The interface of A

China’s Aerospace Potential:Strengths and Prospects
Mar 11, 2013

China’s Aerospace Potential:Strengths and Prospects

Extraordinary events in geopolitics have redefined China's contemporary history: the breakup of Soviet Union; the end of Cold War; and China's realignment with Russia and the erstwhile states of the Soviet Union.

Covid Corrections: How the Pandemic Reveals the Failures of India’s Growth Model
May 24, 2023

Covid Corrections: How the Pandemic Reveals the Failures of India’s Growth Model

The COVID-19 pandemic can serve as an opportunity for India to redefine its approach to economic growth. The policy objective should be that once the threat of the current pandemic subsides, the country will not return to business-as-usual mode and rather build an economy for the future. The Indian government has declared that it is considering measures towards distress mitigation, relief disbursement, and a revival of growth. At the same time, h

Going Nuclear
Jul 20, 2004

Going Nuclear

The Power sector reforms in the country have presented the next strategic challenge that could redefine global interest in India. The country has set an ambitious target of producing 20,000 MW of Nuclear power by 2020 i.e. around 1000 MW of additional nuclear capacity per year for the next 17 years.

India-Afghanistan engagement: New Beginnings
May 23, 2011

India-Afghanistan engagement: New Beginnings

PM Manmohan Singh's recent visit to Kabul and India's initiative to develop long-term strategic partnership will redefine India's relations with Afghanistan by giving it leverage in Kabul that it has not enjoyed in the past.

Indian Frontier Administrative Service: An unexplored ace in India’s deck
Sep 28, 2020

Indian Frontier Administrative Service: An unexplored ace in India’s deck

If resurrected today, the role of the IFAS needs to be redefined, that is not to be an exact copy of the 1950s IFAS. The IFAS of the current day and a

Myanmar: In search of strategic balance, new identity
Nov 23, 2011

Myanmar: In search of strategic balance, new identity

As Myanmar attempts to build a new identity for itself, this will not only redefine its domestic future but will also allow realignment of its ties with external powers. The international community's support is important to further encourage the changes.

Practically: Delivering immersive learning and 3D virtual classroom experiences
Nov 12, 2020

Practically: Delivering immersive learning and 3D virtual classroom experiences

The teacher’s role is redefined because of the pandemic; teachers are stepping into the shoes of a facilitator, mentor, guide, entertainer, innovato

Sharing the pain at Glasgow
Oct 11, 2021

Sharing the pain at Glasgow

Ahead of the upcoming COP26 Summit, India needs to redefine its transition path for achieving net zero emissions, and reconsider its dependency on coa

The China challenge for the US-Japan-South Korea trilateral
Jan 11, 2024

The China challenge for the US-Japan-South Korea trilateral

China looms large in the trilateral in most matters from security to trade

The Modi factor in Indian foreign policy
Mar 08, 2019

The Modi factor in Indian foreign policy

Modi has redefined strategic autonomy as an objective that is attainable through strengthened partnerships.

लोकतंत्र की नयी परिभाषा गढ़ने की कोशिश में चीन
Jan 03, 2022

लोकतंत्र की नयी परिभाषा गढ़ने की कोशिश में चीन

अंदरूनी और बाहरी चुनौतियों ने चीन को चीनी समाज का आर्थिक �

২০২২:‌ নাগরিক শাসনের প্রথম স্তর হিসেবে শহরগুলিকে পুনরায় সংজ্ঞায়িত করার বছর
Feb 09, 2022

২০২২:‌ নাগরিক শাসনের প্রথম স্তর হিসেবে শহরগুলিকে পুনরায় সংজ্ঞায়িত করার বছর

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