What Does India Want From Russia?

As the Ukraine war continues, India’s quest for self-reliance increasingly entails multidimensional international engagement. Its skillful approach means that the forthcoming 75th anniversary of Indian independence will coincide with the country achieving significant – and advantageous – geopolitical autonomy. Read More Here

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The Beginning Of History

The prospect of a timeless future has given way to visions of no future at all. Ideology remains a fault line in geopolitics, market globalisation is fragmenting, and great-power conflict has become increasingly likely. Read More Here

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Short Of War

Officials in Washington and Beijing don’t agree on much these days, but there is one thing on which they see eye to eye: the contest between their two countries will enter a decisive phase in the 2020s. Read More Here

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The Geopolitics Of Food

The global agricultural system as it exists today is a manifestation of 100 years of geopolitical competition. The world produces enough food to feed everyone, but hunger is rising, people are getting fatter, and we waste 40% of the food we produce. The future of the world will be determined by changes happening in global […]

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Modi’s Foreign-Policy Juggling Act

New challenges are emerging from the security vacuum Washington left behind in Afghanistan. Other fires to put out include a rapidly drifting Indo-Russian relationship and the military coup in neighbouring Myanmar that has drawn that country’s regime closer to Beijing. Read More Here

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