Having drawn up the intent and will to develop the Andamans, New Delhi will now have to build its smart islands with cooperation from its maritime partners. The strategic development of these islands is no longer an option but a necessity.
New Delhi must find ways to effectively intervene in the limited but inviting strategic space that is opening up between the United States, Pakistan, and Afghanistan.
The Indian military chose to stay out of politics when Indira Gandhi imposed Emergency rule, despite numerous factors that might have facilitated an intervention.
The unyielding antagonism between India and Pakistan remains one of the greatest tragedies of Asian politics.
The government has been working to effect a radical shift in Indian energy production and consumption patterns to reduce dependence on fossil fuels.
India should focus on shaping the outcomes of the U.S.-Pakistan negotiations, since those talks will not only influence the situation in Afghanistan but could also have significant implications for the subcontinent as a whole.
The current legal framework in India offers insufficient safeguards against mass surveillance and the gathering of big data tranches.
The conservative nature of the Gujarat Congress can be traced to the outcome of disagreements among the party’s leaders in the 1920s regarding the appropriate manner in which to address issues of caste.
To counter the rise of isolationist, unilateral, and authoritarian forces, India and the Europe must strengthen their relationship beyond mere economic and transactional arrangements.
Revolving-door practices between the Congress and the BJP, facilitated by a lack of ideological or programmatic differentiation between the parties, are particularly prominent in Gujarat and undermine the idea of a principled opposition.