Chancelleries across Eurasia are scrambling to come to terms with the entirely unexpected victory of Trump.
Indian defense minister's intuitive doubt about no-first-use is understandable, but tweet-length musings are no substitute for rigorous analysis of consequences.
The true power of Indian business comes not from just big business houses but also from millions of small and medium enterprises.
Going beyond bilateral commitments, India and Japan are now eager to collaborate on areas of common interest at the regional level.
Five elements define Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s effort to end the prolonged strategic stalemate in India’s relations with Pakistan.
If the United States under Trump views itself as a distant power that will help support rather than direct regional systems, India will have greater space and agency to construct a strong Eurasian coalition.
After 15 years of limited cooperation, India and the EU have the opportunity to join forces on promoting peace and stability in Afghanistan.
Some 75 percent of the money going to political parties is from undocumented sources. Modi’s crackdown on black money will therefore be hugely disruptive for the upcoming elections in Punjab and Uttar Pradesh.
The influence of AI on the electoral processes may be significant, but it pales in comparison to its deep impact on the economic bases of modern politics.
Vladimir Putin has been a talking point in throughout the U.S. election. Whoever wins, Russian-U.S. tensions may deepen.
For the election in Uttar Pradesh, the Bharatiya Janata Party is relying on nationalism, Hindu majoritarianism, Modi’s popularity, failures within other parties, and strong headline economic numbers.
In the past, the contestation in Europe drove world politics. It looks as though it may be Asia that now has agency in shaping the future of the world.
While total jobs lost to automation are hard to quantify, it is clear that the elements for a complete transformation of the job market are fully in place.
If India is serious about becoming an economic power, it is imperative that it encourages the adoption of new technologies and creates an enabling environment for their development in the country.
Technology is evolving at a fast pace today and its promises and concerns keep shifting. There is a need to outline a path to think through technological change and to shed light on the values that technology regulation ought to promote in order to encourage innovation.
Indian President Pranab Mukherjee’s visit to Nepal should focus on looking to the future and laying out a road map for the modernization of a very unique partnership.
Material factors can explain why certain outcomes occurred the way they did, and strategic culture can explain how countries thought about their circumstances, their choices, and their decisions.
Asian nations must find ways to adapt to the structural changes in the Asian balance of power, the essence of which is the rise of China and the perceived decline of the United States.
The European Union and India have developed a mature strategic partnership over the years, but the relationship now faces several challenges as Brussels begins to looks inwards and New Delhi to the United States and also eastwards.
The rapid rise of Beijing relative to New Delhi has begun to have a powerful impact on India’s regional environment in the subcontinent and beyond.