The election of Donald J. Trump as the new president of the United States has led to a intense discussion across the world about the conditions that enabled his rise, the future of American diplomacy, and potential shifts in geopolitics.
Tibet is at the very heart of the Sino-Indian disputation over territorial sovereignty and much else over the last six decades.
India must facilitate investments in artificial intelligence and be prepared to address the negative fallouts of the technological revolution.
A study in India finds that ideological diversity in the administration is key to a tolerant government. So far there is little evidence that Trump will select a ideologically diverse administration.
South Asian leaders are deeply concerned about America’s long-term commitment to the liberal, global economic order and Washington’s political will to sustain its longstanding international security commitments.
The fusion of the cyber and the physical is transforming the economic and security landscape in the world. Delhi must now begin to pay attention.
This book examines how the region’s major political powers view international politics and the use of military force.
Chancelleries across Eurasia are scrambling to come to terms with the entirely unexpected victory of Trump.
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.
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.