The Security Studies Program analyzes issues concerning India’s foreign and defense policies with a special emphasis on India’s relationship with China. It also traces developments along India’s border with Pakistan and China as well as the strategic transformation of the Indo-Pacific region.
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.
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.
We hosted a book discussion on After Tiananmen: The Rise of China by Vijay Gokhale at Ballroom, The Oberoi, New Delhi on November 30 with Samantha Hoffman, Srinath Raghavan, Evan Feigenbaum, and Ashley J. Tellis.
Shibani Mehta explains how artificial intelligence can aid policymakers in surfacing meaning from a deluge of data, allowing them to coordinate shared objectives and prevent crises.
Xi is steadily putting into place the ideological, constitutional and coercive instruments that will keep him in power for the foreseeable future. India will have to deal with him from a long-term perspective.
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