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Perspective – India’s nuclear doctrine

It is irresponsible to speculate that India’s nuclear doctrine will be completely overhauled by a political party if it comes to power. It is sensationalist to suggest that India’s no-first-use policy will come under reconsideration. Much furore has been created...

Takshashila’s Nitin Pai quoted in Eldia es

Takshashila’s Nitin Pai quoted in Eldia es, on the Indian dream of emerging as a superpower. India still dreams of becoming a superpower “Singh’s government has not taken much of the last decade to lay the foundations for future growth,” said...

Research Report— On Labour Law Reforms in India

Towards greater labour market flexibility: Issues and Options Hemal Shah, Scholar at the Takshashila Institution This report proposes how we could think about a workable approach to labour market reform, different from the polarised debates we have seen so far....

Takshashila contributes two chapters in upcoming Brookings book

Takshashila’s director Nitin Pai and fellow Sushant K Singh contributed a chapter each to ‘Shaping the Emerging World: India and the Multilateral Order’, an upcoming book by the Brookings Institution. Shaping the Emerging World: India and the Multilateral Order Brookings...

Issue Brief— Maoist ambush in Chhattisgarh

The ambush of a convoy of Congress party leaders in Chhattisgarh on May 25th, 2013, was one of the most ambitious attacks by the Maoists. It was a well-planned attack and shows a complete security and intelligence failure. The most...

Book Chapter— Non-state threats to India’s Maritime Security

Book Chapter: Sailing deeper into an era of violent peace: Non-state threats to India’s maritime security Nitin Pai, Co-Founder and Director of the Takshashila Institution in The Rise of the Indian Navy: Internal Vulnerabilities, External Challenges Harsh V. Pant, Corbett Centre for...
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