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Aditya Pareek got quoted in SputnikNews on India’s space policy

Aditya Pareek got quoted in SputnikNews “The historical neglect and lack of overall financial wherewithal to pursue space warfare capabilities is the reason why India lags. Outer space and in-orbit capabilities are very high-tech and are hard to master. Still, India does have the scientific talent pool and political will to...

Pranay Kotasthane was quoted in CNN on COVID-19 deaths

Pranay Kotasthane was quoted in CNN “That is absolutely complicated,” said Pranay Kotasthane, deputy director of the India-based Takshashila Institution think tank, adding that if the government is resolved to help people rather than policing the money, the plan could benefit families. Read the full article here.

Media coverage of “India’s Path to Power: Strategy in a World Adrift”

A panel featuring some of the country’s leading thinkers and policy practitioners, including Takshashila’s Lt. Gen. Prakash Menon, Nitin Pai and Ajit Ranade, released India’s Path to Power: Strategy in a World Adrift, a discussion document that identifies the key principles that should guide India’s strategic trajectory in the next decade. The document was...

Announcing the release of “India’s Path to Power: Strategy in a World Adrift”

An analysis of India’s strategic path amidst tectonic external and domestic shifts by an independent group of leading policymakers, analysts and thinkers Authors: Yamini Aiyar * Sunil Khilnani * Prakash Menon * Shivshankar Menon * Nitin Pai * Srinath Raghavan * Ajit Ranade * Shyam Saran Tuesday, 28th September 2021: A panel featuring some...

Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Prakash Menon(Retd.) quoted in Brighter Kashmir

Lt. Gen. (Dr.) Prakash Menon(Retd.) was quoted in a Brighter Kashmir article on the youth of Kashmir. He said: “Pakistan believes that it can control the situation in Afghanistan then their National security situation will improve a lot, that is why they had supported and augmented Taliban by all possible...

Dr. Ajit Ranade quoted in Saudi Gazette

Dr. Ajit Ranade was quoted in a Saudi Gazette article on the ongoing farmer protests. Dr. Ranade said: Giving the freedom to the farmer to sell outside the mandi system, to whoever, is a welcome step, in unshackling the farmer. But you need the mandi system to coexist with private trading...

Pranay Kotasthane says multilateral cooperation on semiconductors is the only way forward

Pranay Kotasthane was quoted in an Economic Times article on the Quad’s alliance on securing critical technologies. Regarding the effect of the alliance on India, Pranay said: This (the Quad agreement) is very positive for India. Multilateral cooperation on semiconductors is the only way, as self-sufficiency has not yielded results....

Takshashila’s All Things Policy podcast featured in The News Minute

Takshashila’s All Things Policy podcast was featured in a News Minute article on engaging podcasts, under the News/Current Affairs genre. You can check out the full article here and listen to All Things Policy below:

Manoj Kewalramani quoted in the South China Morning Post

Manoj Kewalramani was quoted in the South China Morning Post on trade relations between India and China. Manoj was quoted as saying: Where we see dependence creating vulnerability, we’re going to see an effort to reduce that vulnerability. That’s going to take time but the move in that direction has started....

Pranay Kotasthane spoke about the geopolitics of the semiconductor industry at Ahmedabad University

Pranay Kotasthane spoke about the geopolitics of the semiconductor industry at Ahmedabad University. You can watch the full sessions below:
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