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Book Review: Do Ideals Matter for Foreign Policymaking?

Values in Foreign Policy: Investing Ideals and Interests Edited by: Krishnan Srinivasan, James Mayall, Sanjay Pulipaka Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pages: 269 What better time to discuss a subject when everyone seems to be ruing the absence of it. From...

China’s Flawed Model for Peace

Xi Jinping has promised to provide “Chinese solutions” to world problems. But China strategy for managing conflict has serious flaws, as it looks at conflict largely from an economic prism, glossing over deep-seated ethnic, religious and linguistic fissures, along with...

Takshashila Discussion SlideDoc: Assessing China’s Engagement in the Indian Subcontinent

By Anirudh Kanisetti, Hamsini Hariharan, and Manoj Kewalramani Download the Discussion Slidedoc in PDF [1.4 MB] This Slidedoc presents a strategic framework that provides insights into China’s behaviour and highlights various alternative policies that China may consider for engagement in...

Takshashila Hosts Bertil Lintner

The Takshashila Institution hosted Swedish journalist, Bertil Lintner on 8th and 9th November 2016 at their offices in Ulsoor, Bangalore. Bertil Lintner was invited as part of the Bangalore Fellows Programme. A former Burma correspondent of the now defunct Far...

Nitin Pai speaks on the geo political importance of Myanmar and India at the Maitree Summit 2015

Nitin moderated and spoke at a panel on the geo-political importance of Myanmar and India at the Maitree Summit 2015 organised by the Youth for Foreign Policy. His primary assertion was that that China’s rise has pushed Myanmar to seek...