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All Things Policy: How Russia Uses the Geopolitics of Natural Gas

 Russia has been the largest supplier of LNG to Europe. Being the hydrocarbon bridge between Western, Central and Eastern Europe, Ukraine is heavily dependent on transit fees from Russia. With the already-operational Nord Stream 1 and now almost complete...

An Ongoing Journal on Russia-Japan Relations #3

In previous editions of this journal, we have explored how the Japan-Russia relationship is centred around the Kuril Islands territorial dispute. And the prospects of softening Russian public opinion through persuasion via economic cooperation between the two countries.  Moscow has...

All Things Policy: The Contest to Chart the Indo-Pacific’s Oceans

Major powers are ramping up their efforts to map the undersea environment of the Indo-Pacific. Charting and mapping the ocean deeps confer both economic and military advantages and to keep up, India will have to adopt innovative solutions. Aditya Pareek...

The race to map the ocean deep

India is falling behind efforts to map the undersea environment of the Indo-Pacific region Major powers are investing time and money deploying UUVs in these waters because of the valuable oceanographic and hydrographic data they provide. Oceanography is the study...

Space Matters #9

At a Glance: Roscosmos chief reacts to US de-compartmentalising civilian and military elements. US Space Command publishes its strategic vision and justifies militarisation of space. US functionaries seek review of US Space Force acquisitions. Russia launches new ELINT satellite in...

All Things Policy: Asia’s Cold Frontier: Tracking Japan – Russia Ties

As immediate neighbours, Japan and Russia have an uneasy relationship going back centuries. A long-standing territorial dispute over the Kuril Islands has held back the promise of widening economic cooperation. Could that change in the near future? Aditya Pareek and...

All Things Policy: Alexei Navalny – The Face of the Russian Opposition?

 Following the arrest of well known Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny, an unprecedented number of protests have broken out across Russia. Navalny has received widespread media attention across the world, after he was allegedly poisoned with Novichok, a nerve agent...

Space Matters #8

At a Glance:  US Space Force fields its own military intelligence branch.  US Space Force leadership acknowledges there is a gap in the US’s in-orbit proximity threat categorisation capability. The US Military’s space programmes aren’t self-sufficient for mission-critical hardware components. ...

An ongoing journal on Russia-Japan relations #2

The state of economic cooperation between Japan and Russia Since the new Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga took over, the consensus has been that his administration will continue the policies of economic cooperation with Russia pursued by his predecessor Prime...

All Things Policy: How Britain Spied on the Seas

The Royal Navy has been one of the most formidable forces ever to put to sea in history. Through modern times, the Royal Navy has been served by a well-oiled intelligence machine made of many cogs. Aditya Pareek talks to...
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