Aug 10, 2022
Rajeswari Pillai Rajagopalan
ORF
India’s tepid response to the PGII contrasts with New Delhi’s opposition to China’s Belt and Road Initiative, which the new G7 initiative seeks to counter.
Aug 08, 2022
Ronak Gopaldas
ISS
Expanding BRICS to create an alternative power bloc is enticing for many countries, but it faces several practical limitations.
Aug 05, 2022
Patryk Kugiel
PISM
The decision to launch the EU-India Trade and Technology Council and restart negotiations for a free trade agreement point toward strengthened cooperation, but India’s position on the Russian violation of international law may undermine the partnership.
Aug 04, 2022
Oskar Pietrewicz
PISM
Strengthening ties with NATO and its member states in areas such as cybersecurity and the defense industry serves to raise South Korea’s position as an actor contributing to international security.
Jul 22, 2022
Shravishtha Ajaykumar and Shruti Jan
ORF
Despite the multiple initiatives introduced by the G20, a more holistic approach should be adopted to diminish the gaping gender divide as the technology sector advances.
Jul 21, 2022
Filip Bryjka
PISM
NATO’s new strategy names preventing and responding to security crises as one of its tasks. However, with NATO’s focus shifted to prevention over intervention, capacity-building and enhancing the resilience of NATO partners will be increasingly important.
Jul 21, 2022
Antara Ghosal Singh
ORF
China’s ambitions to expand BRICS would allow the nation to promote its agenda and grand strategy more forcefully through the BRICS mechanism and diplomatically ease the containment of the United States.
Jul 21, 2022
Maciej Zaniewicz and Zuzanna Nowak
PISM
In an effort to reduce EU natural gas consumption, the European Council has called on member states to save energy and cooperate in a spirit of solidarity. But securing sufficient supplies through winter will require commitment from beyond governments.
Jul 20, 2022
Georgina Wright
CEPS
The assessment of France’s six-month presidency of the EU Council has been mostly positive, but between administrative changes and statements on the war in Ukraine, not everyone is on the same page.
Jul 19, 2022
Isabella Wilkinson and Amrit Swali
Chatham House
The UN’s proposed cybercrime convention creates opportunities for defining and protecting vulnerable groups, but the agreement is not without risk.