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    • Associate Fellow, IDSA, Dr Arpita Anant’s Op-Ed piece on ‘UN Security Council Reform has been published in the Marathi newspaper ‘Sakal’ on July 17, 2019.

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      July 17, 2019
      IDSA News
    • What pales the counter-terrorism regime is not that its procedures are cumbersome or that its working is not transparent, but that it only selectively raises the cost for those who inflict terror.

      May 06, 2019
      IDSA Comments
    • An increased level of engagement of the G20 with Africa could be significant as it could activate the existing G20 initiatives. It is also significant because it proposes to venture into new and critical areas such as skill development of women and rural youth, as well as a focus on renewable energy which are fundamental to capitalise on increased private investment.

      Africa Trends
    • At the very least, the decision on text-based negotiations has brought some more
      legitimacy to the process of reform. However, there is no guarantee yet that
      Security Council reform is any closer or any less complicated.

      Africa Trends
    • While global governance is all about creating an international order that addresses the interests of the big and small nations and people, non-government and corporate entities, the foreign policy of a state, including its multilateralism, aims at achieving its national interest. Tension between the two therefore is only natural. Often this is depicted as a hiatus between the greater good associated with idealism and self-interest associated with pragmatism.

      Strategic Analysis
    • Chair: Mr. G. K. Pillai
      External Discussants: Dr. Suresh K. Goel and Dr. Rana Banerji
      Internal Discussants: Dr. Vinod Kumar and Dr. Saurabh Mishra

      May 22, 2015
    • Over the years, the world has changed in fundamental ways. We are witnessing a resurgence of Asia, Africa and Latin America. Growth and development have not only made the countries more interdependent, but new and increasingly complex challenges have also arisen. For multilateralism to remain relevant and effective in today's world, multilateral institutions must adapt and reform to reflect contemporary geo-political realities. It is in this context that the expansion of the UN Security Council is of significance.

    • June 13, 2014
    • This study aims to highlight the contours of transition in Jammu and Kashmir. The study assays the issues and challenges that were highlighted during the three crises in the State since 2008. It analyses the immediate as well as long-term response of the government to these challenges.

    • There is much scope for imaginative thinking on the desirability, compatibility of goals and feasibility of the political, cultural and socio-economic components of the new compact as suggested by the Interlocutors.

      July 04, 2012
      IDSA Comments