Rudra Chaudhuri writes about how India is a top foreign policy priority for Global Britain.
With the Quad’s recent statement on a partnership related to outer space, India has an opportunity to bolster its private space sector. But it will need to articulate a national space policy first.
On October 21, we hosted Avtar Singh Bhasin for a discussion on the history of Sino-Indian relations, the 1962 war, and the potential future of the India-China relationship.
In his new book, 'Kathmandu Dilemma: Resetting India-Nepal Ties', former Indian ambassador to Nepal, Ranjit Rae, discusses the India-Nepal relationship and its complexities, providing the much needed Indian perspective.
On October 12, we hosted a 'Tech for Thought: A KnowledgeTransfer series' workshop, titled 'Humans and Robots: Past, Present, and Future'. The event assessed the cultural and technological impact of robots on human society.
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.
On September 29, Carnegie India hosted a very special India and the World webinar, titled 'In Conversation with Rosa Balfour', about Europe's pressing role in global geopolitics.
On September 28, we hosted a 'Tech for Thought: A KnowledgeTransfer series' workshop, titled 'Digital Technologies and Precision Health', with Genya V. Dana and Vijay Chandru.
This paper discusses the opportunities and challenges arising from the adoption of CBDCs at the conceptual level and specifically in the Indian context.
This seminar will have Devendra Damle and Karan Gulati present and discuss their study and its findings. This will be followed by brief remarks by Kshitij Batra and Namita Wahi. The seminar will conclude with an open discussion.