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Takshashila hosts a delegation from the Royal College of Defence Studies, UK

Takshashila hosted a visiting delegation from the Royal College of Defence Studies. The 18-member team consisted of  policymakers, diplomats, and armed forces personnel from ten countries. The delegation interacted with the Takshashila team on topics related to geopolitics and geoeconomics....

The Takshashila Institution conducts an Author Roundtable for its upcoming book, “India and the New World Order: The Next Quarter Century”

The roundtable is part of Takshashila’s ongoing research into possible New World Orders, a project that has been in the works since late 2014 at Takshashila. The project began in the context of the US-Iran nuclear deal that took shape...

A Brave New World Order

Everyone from Henry Kissinger and Donald Trump to Solomon Lane in the new Mission Impossible movie cares about the the end of the old world order. What is a world order? How is it changing? Most importantly, what should India...

Takshashila Discussion Document: Deriving India’s Strategies for a New World Order

By Anirudh Kanisetti, Anupam Manur, and Pranay Kotasthane Download the Discussion Document in PDF [1.8 MB] Executive Summary “The New World Order” is a phrase often used but rarely understood. This discussion document proposes an analytical framework to decode what...

Takshashila Hosts former National Security Adviser Shivshankar Menon

The Takshashila Institution hosted former National Security Adviser of India Shivshankar Menon at the office on 15 January. In a candid conversation over lunch, Mr Menon shared his views on Indian Statecraft in the New World Order. The former NSA who...

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...

Ingredients of a New World Order

Power is not enough to be a dominant geopolitical player. You also need Legitimacy. That is why China will not replace the US anytime soon.