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Pranay Kotasthane Quoted in The National

Pranay Kotasthane was quoted in an article with the National on 21 February, 2018. “The unusually cool reception of the Canadian premier signifies Modi’s dissatisfaction with Mr Trudeau’s tendency to pander to Canadian Sikhs who want an independent Sikh state...

Strategic autonomy is key

The end of 2017 saw a Trump administration charm offensive on New Delhi. India found itself as one of the main arms of the Quadrilateral ‘alliance’, in its second coming, with the US, Japan, and Australia. Trump, during his Asia...

Preserving India’s Diplomatic Influence on a Shoestring Budget

To compete diplomatically with a rising China, India will need to make greater investments in its diplomats.

India’s Strategies for a New World Order

By Anirudh Kanisetti, Anupam Manur, Pranay Kotasthane, and Akshay Alladi Download the Discussion Document in PDF [5 MB] Over the next quarter century, the international order is likely to change considerably. A new geopolitical and macroeconomic context will necessitate a...

Takshashila Launches Graduate Certificate in Strategic Studies

The Takshashila Institution is proud to launch a new certification programme, the Graduate Certificate in Strategic Studies (GCSS), which will be conducted online. The programme is designed for working professionals which can be taken from anywhere in the world, and...

The Cogitatum

Takshashila successfully concluded the first Cogitatum in September with the discussants being awarded certificates for their participation. Cogitatum is an four-week online discussion on a specific policy issue that is in the news cycle. The first Cogitatum comprised four online...

Case— A beheading along the Line of Control

On Sunday, January 6th, 2013, Pakistani troops attacked an Indian patrol near Churunda along the Line of Control in Jammu & Kashmir, killing two soldiers and mutilating their bodies. In this case study, Nitin Gokhale, security & strategic affairs editor...
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