In recent months, the Indian government has started employing facial recognition to enhance law enforcement capabilities.
Since the Cold War, the U.S. relationship with India and China has been intertwined.
Recent reports suggest that U.S.-Taliban talks, to end the war and pave the way for intra-Afghan reconciliation, are expected to resume shortly.
Outbreaks of life-threatening infectious diseases such as Ebola in West Africa, Zika in South America, Avian influenza in China, and Nipah in India are occurring with increasing frequency.
Artificial intelligence and autonomous vehicles, fintech and blockchain, biotechnology and healthcare; all rely on cross-border flows of data. However, the transfer of data raises several pressing policy challenges.
While advocates of localization point to the importance of data as a commodity, skeptics point to the potential fracturing of the internet if countries adopt protectionist policies.
As India emerges as a major global economic power, its inclination to leverage technology for financial services has simultaneously increased.
Despite the tremendous deterrent power of nuclear weapons, why have they not greatly diminished international security competition?
Since the end of the Cold War, the United States has emerged as the sole superpower in world politics. What role did American diplomacy have to play in its emergence as a great power?
Carnegie India hosted the first discussion of the Political Economy Seminar on "The Judiciary in the Indian Political Economy."