Democracy & Governance
Sharing structural similarities with the 1991 economic conditions, , the current decline in Indian economy is in desperate need for radical reforms to energize the growth. Faced with severe [...]
Science, Technology & Security Affairs
The India-Pakistan enmity is possibly the world’s most intractable and obdurate, with a mutual misreading of history made extremely volatile with the brandishing of nuclear weapons. Despite [...]
International & Transnational Affairs
South Asian states have experienced refugee movements since independence from the British colonial rule and yet once again in 1971 when East Pakistan was split from West Pakistan. The territory [...]
KEY POINTS Block chain technology brings in transparency, immutability and accountability which can transform the acquisition process into a [...]
IOR Conference - Day 2, 13 July 2019 : Valedictory SessionValedictory Address delivered by Dr TCA Raghavan IFS (Retd), Director General, Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA), New Delhi.
IOR Conferece - Session 5: Transnational Issues, Threats, and Challenges in the IORSession 5 is chaired by Lt Gen S Narasimhan (Retd), DG, Centre for Contemporary Chinese Studies, MEA, New Delhi. Three papers were presented - Dr R P Pradhan, BITS-Goa, on 'India and the Blue Economy: Evolving Partnerships'; Dr Arabinda Acharya, NDU, Washington DC, on 'Non-Traditional security threats: Piracy, Maritime Terrorism, Climate Change, illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing, illegal immigration, and smuggling of arms and drugs'; AVM A Dixit, AD Commander, Southern Air Command, Trivandrum on 'International and Regional Cooperation in disaster management'.
IOR Conference, Session 4- Day 2, 13 July 2019: International Cooperation & Global CommonsSession 4 is chaired by Dr Joshua Thomas, Deputy Director, ICSSR, NERC, Shillong. Three papers were presented - Dr Suba Chandran, NIAS, on 'Cultural Legacies and Competing for zones of influence - India, China, and External Powers'; Rear Adm S Shrikhande (Retd) on 'International Institutions - SLOCs, Choke Points, Freedom of Navigation'; and Rear Adm K Swaminathan, FOST, Southern Naval Command Kochi, on 'India's ability to provide Net Security and balnce Global Public Goods'.
TPF Conference, 13 July 2019: Panel Discussion - 'India's Strategic Approaches'Panel Discussion on 'India's Strategic Approached: Between Aspirations and Contradictions', moderated by Air Marshal M Matheswaran (Retd), President, The Peninsula Foundation, Chennai. Panelists; Amb TCA Raghavan, Prof Kanti Bajpai, Amb Antonio Chuang, Lt Gen S Narasimhan (Retd), Cmde Uday Bhaskar (Retd).
Each incumbent in the White House since the entry of PR China into the WTO in 2001 has agonized over the protections provided by the Communist state to intellectual property rights. As China’s [...]
The Peninsula Foundation (TPF), in partnership with Madras Management Association (MMA), organized the first event under ‘Strategic Management and Leadership Series’ on January 29, 2020. The [...]
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