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Dealing With Huawei: Think Strategy, Not Just Security

India’s position on the Huawei question should be closer to that of the US and Japan (a ban from 5G critical infrastructure) rather than that of Kenya or the Netherlands (a conditional yes to Huawei). That’s because China is, after...

In its sixth decade, R&AW needs to look at the world outside terrorism

In this, its sixth decade of existence, the task for the leadership is to look at a world outside terrorism and to take stock of new and emerging threats. Already, its counterparts in other parts of the world have begun...

Pranay Kotasthane Quoted in The Telegraph

Pranay Kotasthane was quoted in an article with The Telegraph. India’s foreign policy has never been independent of domestic complusions. Some foreign policy decisions have been influenced by broader perceptions of national peace and stability. Pranay Kotasthane, said: “Every foreign...

Pranay Kotasthane Quoted in The Telegraph

Pranay Kotasthane has been quoted in an article with The Telegraph which addresses the recent endeavours by Russia, Pakistan and China to lift the UN sanctions against select Taliban leaders. India has viewed Taliban as a Pakistan-backed militancy and has...

Nitin Pai quoted in a piece on NRI voting rights

Nitin Pai quoted in a piece examining why online voting for non-residents is yet to come into force. Nitin mentions the consequences of ‘moral hazards’ that come into play on this topic. Left out in the cold “But some political...

The B.CLIP civic leadership programme featured in The Telegraph

The B.CLIP civic leadership programme featured in The Telegraph. The piece also quotes Takshashila’s Pavan Srinath. The piece is about how the young Indians are entering politics and how politics is now seen as an attractive career option in the country. “In fact,...