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India needs its domestic legal frameworks in place before it can compete in the Second Space Age and reap its benefits. The country should look at introducing or amending legal frameworks to provide certainty to domestic entrepreneurs and foreign investors about the scope of permissible space activities and how they will be treated under Indian law.
Based on preliminary research and stakeholder discussions, this article features four areas of biosafety and biosecurity that could potentially become concrete agenda items for collaboration between the United States and India under the iCET.
The article highlights critical takeaways from the unofficial discussions led by Carnegie India on the iCET with officials from both the countries, industry leaders, technologists, fund managers, entrepreneurs, and academics.
Rudra Chaudhuri highlights the urgent need for change, inclusivity, and innovation in technology diplomacy in India.
Suyash Rai uses an analogy on government-taxpayer relations from the 2019 budget speech to argue that India's direct tax administration seems mired in infructuous disputes and lists factors that may be leading to this situation.
On January 2, 2023, the Supreme Court upheld the Union Government's 2016 decision to demonetise 500- and 1000-rupee currency notes. Anirudh Burman analyzes the verdict in this op-ed.
Since its founding, the People’s Republic of China has treated its relations with India as subordinate to its relations with great powers such as the United States and Russia. Ebbs and flows in this strategic triangle have had knock-on effects on the India-China relationship.
The year-end roundup of the newsletter from Carnegie India's Political Economy team features seven analytical essays and reviews each to highlight the best of the year.
The recently proposed data privacy bill has significant improvements over its predecessor, the chief among them being a better balance between enshrining data privacy requirements and allowing the economic use of personal data.
Vijay Gokhale explains the two choices Xi Jinping has regarding the protests in China over its zero-Covid policy.