In a hyper-patriotic environment, calls to boycott Chinese products are getting louder. Is a total ban economically viable or is it mere optics to subdue?
Did local commanders at ground zero take matters into their own hands and flout the rules of engagement? An impartial inquiry is necessary.
The space for dissent is narrowing in powerful democracies, and the pandemic and social media manipulation is decimating it altogether.
Black Lives Matter protests for racial tolerance and equality have seen participation by a wide section of citizenry. Will it impact the presidential elections?
In an increasingly disruptive and changing international landscape, where staying neutral is no longer a safe option,India must find its compass to cement its place.
'Be Indian, buy Indian’ seems easy to achieve, but in the age of a globalised economy, is it possible to do so? Part one explains how the issue is complicated.
'Be Indian, buy Indian’ seems easy to achieve, but in the age of a globalised economy, is it possible to do so? Part two explains how businesses in India should evolve.
A landmark online India–Australia summit has spawned speculation of a new Indo-Pacific landscape that looks to focus on moving away from China.
Nepal's public upscaling of the Kalapani dispute, along with the chinese military excursions has raised the spectra of broader anti-India collusion.
Social media networks need to have a transparent and objective mechanism in place instead of choosing to be passive bulletin boards.
In the last of the three-part series, end-states to the confrontation between US and PRC are examined with suggestions for impartial intelligence.
In this second part of the three-part series, the fictional narrative discusses electoral politics, geopolitical powerplay and tensions between US and PRC.
Post WW II, the decisions by leaders lead to a golden period as compared to the current period, where there is a lack of any inspirational leadership.
While pandemic has destroyed jobs across segments, its impact on the gig economy in terms of fiscal and social deprivation is largely ignored.
A work of fiction, artfully evolved from the COVID-19 to highlight the dangerous spiral of events, if the narratives are not controlled with facts and reasonableness.
With the paradigm shift in warfare due to disruptive technologies for which we are less preepared, the Laws of Armed Conflict (LOAC) are long overdue for an overhaul.
Recent aggressive Chinese moves have given rise to concerns that China is exploiting the distraction of the pandemic to push its own geopolitical agenda.
The Chinese annual government work report released at the 'Two sessions 2020' revealed plans for reviving the economy, alleviating poverty and fiscal reform.
Viewed as an economic disaster without parallel with its first ripples laying low, it is feared that it will only get worse before getting any better.
In response to the pandemic, global economy has shutdown. To re-start, the economists must be prepared to make bold and creative actions.