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Foreign policy, public policy, think tank, academia
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The India-U.S. strategic partnership endures even in the current state of flux, with the joint statement that President Trump and Prime Minister Narendra Modi issued holding the seeds of greater cooperation. The statement is sharper on Pakistan and China and softer on contentious bilateral issues

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India-U.S. defence and security ties have flourished in the last decade, with increasing focus on defence technology co-development and co-production. The enhanced G2G engagement is also reflected in the commercial sector where American and Indian defence companies have partnered in the aerospace sector to become part of the global supply chain.
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The regional BIMSTEC turns 20 on June 6. Now with a revival in relevance, it has the potential to make great strides
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In the wake of #Ransomware #WannaCry, nation-states must unite to respond suitably to the digital anarchy unleashed.

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With the rise of masala bonds as funding source in the #LSE, is India leveraging the rupee’s internationalisation?

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#Iran goes into presidential elections on May 19. #Rouhani is in the race again, but his rivals are equally powerful

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'Erdogan visits: cooperation, triangulation' by Amb Rajendra M. Abhyankar
The newly powerful Turkish president’s visit led to both sides committing to a stronger economic relationship and boosting people-to-people contact, but it had its unacceptable moments, and India had prepared for its unpredictability of outcome

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'Choosing wind over water?' by Amit Bhandari
Improvements in wind energy technology can not only benefit India’s energy profile, but also enhance relations with neighbouring countries

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The New World Order | Episode 9, Enter the ‘Strongman’
The world is witnessing the resurgence of the political strongman. Decisive leaders who are willing to go outside the established boundaries to achieve their goals. This phenomenon is present across the world, breaking all geopolitical divides and changing the way diplomacy will work in the future.
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'Family power politics in Riyadh' by Olivier Da Lage

Dynasty has its own reasons and the 40 decrees that King Salman issued last month were designed to hand more power to the Salman branch of the House of Saud. Is a promotion in the offing for his son, the deputy crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman? What does this bode for the country’s foreign policy? President Trump’s first foreign visit will be to Saudi Arabia later this month
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