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Technopolitik #1 Information Age Politics Cybersecurity, US-China Tech War, and Internet Models

Read the full edition and subscribe here Cyberpolitik #1: China’s actions create common ground for cooperation — Aditya Pareek China does not shrink from using asymmetric means to achieve its political and geostrategic goals. Cybersecurity is an important emergent asymmetric domain...

All Things Policy: DeSWIFTing Russia?

SWIFT is the primary electronic fund transfer mechanism for the international banking system. Some in IR academia circles see the prospects of Russia being cut off from SWIFT as a new proverbial financial iron curtain descending upon the world. Aditya...

All Things Policy: The Evolution of Indian Science

 In the years after independence, a handful of extraordinary visionaries laid the foundations for Indian science in fields ranging from space exploration to chemistry and biology. Journalist Hari Pulakkat talks to Aditya Ramanathan and Aditya Pareek about his new...

All Things Policy: Xi’s ‘Red Footprints’ & History Learning Campaigns

 The Communist Party of China is preparing to mark its centenary on July 1. Leading up to this, there have been a number of campaigns to shape the Party’s narrative on history, politics and ideology. Manoj Kewalramani tells Aditya...

All Things Policy: US-UK Special Relationship and China

 The US and the UK have a long tradition of security cooperation against common adversaries. During the Cold War, the UK was a junior partner under the US security umbrella. However, with Brexit, Russian actions, and the rise of...

Takshashila Discussion Document – The Long March 5b Incidents

Download the Discussion Document as a PDF Executive Summary The launch of the Tianhe module of China’s Tiangong-3 space station was followed by two incidents of note One, immediately after the separation of the module from the core stage, both...

All Things Policy: Northern Ireland’s Uncertain Future

 Northern Ireland has been a deeply divided place with sectarian conflict, political strife and bloodshed. Now the British government and the Unionist may be at loggerheads again due to the Irish Sea Border and Northern Ireland Protocol following Brexit....

Finnish intel review sheds light on relations with Russia

Finland is wary of a possible Russian clash with NATO in the Baltic region The Finnish Defense Forces (FDF) have come out with their first-ever Military Intelligence Review. It is a comprehensive document with due regard to the global security picture...

All Things Policy: Finland, Russia and the Arctic

 Finland has come out with its first-ever public military intelligence review. The document comes after Finland put in place legislation that provides civilian oversight over military intelligence activity. The review identifies Finland’s primary concern as Northern Europe and the...

All Things Policy: Why Russia’s Far East Matters

 Russia’s relations with Western states receive a great deal of attention but its eastern frontiers are as consequential. Professor Artyom Lukin of Vladivostok’s Far Eastern Federal University joins Aditya Pareek and Aditya Ramanathan to discuss Russia’s geopolitical ambitions in...
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