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Section: Gateway House Indian Council on Global Relations (India)

      Cyberspace: new arena for geopolitical rivalry
      Feb18

      Cyberspace: new arena for geopolitical rivalry

      The Russia-Ukraine/U.S. geopolitical rivalry in Europe is now spilling onto a new battlefront—cyber space and critical infrastructure. On February 12, Ukraine’s energy and coal industry ministry hinted that Russia was responsible for a series of cyber attacks against the country’s electricity distribution network when saboteurs hacked...

      India: shaping economic multilateralism
      Feb18

      India: shaping economic multilateralism

      In the last few years, India has made rapid strides in deepening its commitment to the multilateral community: it has co-created new multilateral banks such as the BRICS NDB and AIIB;[1] elevated its involvement in geoeconomic forums, including the G20 and FSB;[2] and reconfigured its engagement with the three Bretton Woods institutions, namely...

      How China Sees Russia
      Feb17

      How China Sees Russia

      At a time when Russian relations with the United States and western European countries are growing cold, the relatively warm ties between China and Russia have attracted renewed interest. Scholars and journalists in the West find themselves debating the nature of the Chinese-Russian partnership and wondering whether it will evolve into an...

      The world in 2016
      Feb04

      The world in 2016

      The world is in the midst of growing geo-economic instability that is generating widespread global political turbulence. Even as the weight of economic activity continues to shift from West to East, the institutions of global governance remain firmly in the hands of the West. Gateway House argues that this is rendering these institutions...

      New Emerging Global Trends
      Feb01

      New Emerging Global Trends

      I would like to begin by thanking Professor Vaneeta Patnaik for inviting me on behalf of the National Institute of Juridical Sciences, and the Ministry of External Affairs for making it possible for me to come to Kolkata. I also want to commend Pranaav Gupta and his open minded student collaborators, for inviting me to speak based on having found...

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