To avoid regulatory paralysis, India needs to reimagine the regulator’s role.
Carnegie India, in collaboration with Penguin Random House, hosted the launch of Half Lion, a biography of former prime minister of India P.V. Narasimha Rao.
New Delhi will need to do more to increase its material capabilities if it wants to achieve the goal of becoming a great power by 2050.
New Delhi has been tentative on the international stage despite a number of factors that demand a stronger Indian role in the world.
A real strategic partnership between major powers is not just about one-off major initiatives but also about the practical application of the partnership across the wide array of issues.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s call for India to become a leading power represents a change in how the country’s top political leadership conceives of its role in international politics.
Clear regulations on drones are required, as the status quo is not sustainable from the point of view of national security, industrial growth, or social welfare.
Clear regulations on civilian drone use, keeping in mind their true potential and the concerns of all stakeholders, would greatly benefit India.
The Indian economy is globalized, and the policymaking has become a lot more complex.
If Modi plucks the low-hanging diplomatic fruit with India's partners, his efforts to detox the domestic environment will get a big boost.