General Interest - Analyses & Assessments - Jun 18, 2022
As the EU searches for alternatives to replace Russian oil and gas, the opposition to fossil fuels remains high in EU jurisdiction.
While the world reeled under the COVID-19 pandemic, with rising fatality statistics numbing national consciousness in almost every country.
Will the fractured geopolitical environment post the war in Ukraine force Russia and China into a closer alliance?
General Interest - Analyses & Assessments - May 14, 2022
Mankind must ask itself whether, even after the Spanish Flu and the COVID 19 pandemic, it is doing enough to prevent future pandemics.
At a time when the world is being divided into geostrategic blocs, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s European tour conveyed India’s concerns in the correct perspective.
A leaked supreme court draft hints at an imminent turnaround on the historic 50-year-old decision making restrictions on abortion unconstitutional.
General Interest - Analyses & Assessments - Apr 30, 2022
The application of quantum social sciences to international relations can provide a toolkit to predict outcomes in international exchanges.
Governments will have to work closely with private companies if they want to effectively address emerging cyber threats.
Policymakers must be prepared to deal with the entire gamut of challenges that are bound to arise from the Metaverse, ranging from misinformation to anti-competitive practices.
Despite many developing countries being unable to rein in their exploding populations, there are worries in some quarters about declining fertility rates.
The proposed Ken-Betwa River Link, being projected as a cure to Central India’s fast depleting water table, has many ecological pitfalls that need close scrutiny.
General Interest - Analyses & Assessments - Jan 29, 2022
When it comes to public health, are vaccine mandates ethical/moral, or do they infringe on a person’s right to choose?
Auction theory and matching theory are tools of market design that can be used to improve market outcomes.
Post -COVID economic recovery is largely being fostered by a steady stream of state-supported investment and expenditure, foretelling larger budgetary deficits for the future
General Interest - Analyses & Assessments - Nov 22, 2021
While malnutrition remains the primary concern, a significant section of the Indian population is still calorie-deficient.
General Interest - Analyses & Assessments - Nov 6, 2021
Along with farm productivity, diet diversity and prevention of nutritional deficiencies are key factors in bolstering food security within India.
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.
With a resurgence of the much-dreaded Havana syndrome among U.S. embassy officials, there are competing theories about its origins.
General Interest - Analyses & Assessments - Sep 17, 2021
While the COVID-19 pandemic may have exacerbated the economic crisis in Sri Lanka, there are a number of structural factors that cannot be ignored.