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The vast landscape of future human-machine interplay is limited only by the discrepancies in our knowledge of the human brain.
Although influence operations are almost as old as human history, the pervasive presence of social media has allowed private agencies to monetise disinformation.
By abolishing retrospective taxes, India has sought to project itself as a pragmatic and investor-friendly regime devoid of regulatory uncertainty.
Despite the ideological rivalry between the Taliban and the ISIS-K, the two sides have occasionally cooperated with each other to attain political objectives.
The Vernian vision of a hydrogen economy may soon come to pass as countries adopt strategies to mitigate climate change and democratise energy sources.
The NSO surveillance controversy not only indicates an erosion of basic privacy, but also a broader, more troubling trend of authoritarian cyber surveillance.
As India assumes the presidency of the United Nations Security Council, it will focus on three issues - maritime security, peacekeeping and counter-terrorism.
As it prepares to roll out its national cybersecurity strategy, India must adopt a carefully calibrated approach to the nebulous concept of ‘cyber sovereignty’
With non-state actors increasingly using unmanned aerial vehicles to counter conventional militaries, India needs to review its drone-use policy for armed forces.
In his recent visit to India, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has demonstrated strategic restraint on bilateral irritants like human rights issues.
Semiconductors are the key to an imminent Fourth Industrial Revolution, with 5G wireless and AI transforming the societal, economic and security verticals.
With demand far outstripping supply, the semiconductor industry is in flux, which holds great promise for an accelerated Indo-Taiwan collaboration in the field.
Supply chain resilience in the semiconductor industry is predicated on regional security within East Asia.
The compound semiconductor industry can act as the bedrock for an Indo-Taiwanese strategic partnership.
The Taiwanese semiconductor industry is gearing up to meet the challenges of disruption in the traditional supply chain through innovation and a multipronged approach
As the Delta variant continues to spread throughout Asia, lockdown restrictions and low vaccine rollouts threaten to undercut economic recovery in the region
With China’s overwhelming domination of strategic supply chains, potential disruptions to the electronics industry looms large.
In the highly complex and cost-intensive semiconductors industry, the key to success lies in a robust ecosystem and regulatory environment.
The semiconductor industry is predicated on a complete and closed ecosystem that balances markets, investments, infrastructure, and technology.
The semiconductor industry forms the foundation of technologies that drive economic growth, national security and critical infrastructure.