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Metaverse mixes the real world with virtual reality in real-time, creating new paradigms for life on this planet. But will it be equitable and safe?
The Taliban-sponsored ceasefire between the Pakistani Army and the TTP is at best tenuous, considering an absence of mutual trust.
While malnutrition remains the primary concern, a significant section of the Indian population is still calorie-deficient.
With Poland and the EU facing off over the supremacy of European law, has the unity of the post-Brexit bloc been compromised?
Is the Evergrande crisis only a symptom of China’s larger debt crisis which may ultimately puncture its growth prospects?
Along with farm productivity, diet diversity and prevention of nutritional deficiencies are key factors in bolstering food security within India.
While the pledge to end deforestation is a positive move, it is crucial to establish a mechanism that ensures accountability and balances developmental concerns.
Singapore has passed a new law that limits foreign interference in domestic affairs, which could potentially impede neutral press operations.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the failure of ‘just-in-time’ production models, which are prone to supply chain disruptions.
As NFTs and cryptocurrencies usher in a new decentralised world of finance, issues of ownership, authenticity and integrity will naturally gain importance.
The recent demise of Dr. AQ Khan, the father of the Pakistani nuclear bomb, will hopefully put to rest the controversies that he courted in his lifetime.
China's hypersonic glide weapon can reportedly penetrate missile defence systems, representing a critical escalation in nuclear strike capabilities.
With a resurgence of the much-dreaded Havana syndrome among U.S. embassy officials, there are competing theories about its origins.
A deluge of information on climate change has triggered a sense of anxiety and impending doom, especially among the young and the marginalised.
In the backdrop of the Tishreem movement, Iraqi voters have taken to the polling booths, hoping to usher in a new dawn for the fledgling democracy.
The Pandora Papers have blown the whistle on several powerful individuals who use a complex network of offshore firms to conceal their wealth.
India can ill-afford to ignore the state of affairs in Afghanistan, which is a pivotal part of the country’s immediate neighbourhood.
As automotive companies seek to bounce back from the disruptions in semiconductor supply chains, it is important to recognise that microcontrollers are not a ‘just-in-time’ industry.
As the government contemplates a ban on VPNs, it is important to not reduce the debate to a trade-off between privacy and national security interests.
Asia is buffeted by a wave of security challenges, which makes it imperative for India to be at the forefront of a global concert of nations that ensure lasting stability.