Join us from December 14-16 for the sixth iteration of the Global Technology Summit, themed ‘Global Meets Local’, that aims to take an in-depth look at the changing nature of technology and geopolitics, assess its global effects, and consider the emerging realities. Held in a hybrid format, the summit will convene industry experts, policymakers, scholars, scientists, and other stakeholders from all over the world to deliberate over three days on three comprehensive sub-themes—The Future of Technology: Resilience and Partnerships; Technology & Innovation: Roadmap to Sustainability and Inclusion; and Glocalizing Emerging Technologies: Building Digital Capabilities.
New Delhi’s close relationship with Nepal, bound in history and culture, and the misperception about China’s relations with Nepal before 1950 have contributed to a skewed understanding of Sino-Nepali relations.
Tensions along the de facto India-China border have long been simmering, but past agreements have failed to permanently lower the heat. Can a new agreement succeed?
While some policymakers argue that encryption must only be weakened to solve specific problems, most experts agree that there is no technological solution that would weaken encryption for specific law enforcement and national security purposes, while managing to maintain preexisting levels of security and confidentiality for general use.
China’s central bank has plans to roll out a digital yuan, which could circumvent the U.S. dollar in important global financial transactions. Here are some ways the digital yuan could pose a challenge to the dollar’s prominence.
With the withdrawal of U.S. forces and the Taliban's rapid rise to power, Afghanistan's future seems deeply uncertain. While the Taliban claims that it wants a peaceful transfer of power and an inclusive government, the circumstances on the ground indicate otherwise.
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