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India's green growth imperative
At first glance India — the third largest greenhouse gas emitter — looks to be responding well to the transition to a low carbon economy, writes Dhruba Purkayastha. But, he argues, New Delhi will need a radically different green growth strategy to underwrite economic growth and enable fairer access to energy.
The Olympic-size difference between India and China
There is more to the comparison of Olympic medal tallies than sport prowess, writes Shashi Tharoor. In the case of India and China, it highlights the reality of two very different systems – the “creative chaos” of Bollywood versus the “choreographed precision” of authoritarian rule.
Prospects and pitfalls for the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue: A view from India
The Quad is a strategic grouping comprised of the United States, Australia, Japan, and India. Vice-Admiral Pradeep Chauhan and Dr Greta Nabbs-Keller discuss the Quad’s strategic and foreign policy significance to India, and how it can best maximise its contribution to regional stability.
Our responsibility to South Asia
With almost one quarter of humanity living on the Indian subcontinent the COVID-19 pandemic there is each day exacting a devastating toll. Former prime minister Kevin Rudd argues developed economies need to do more to help as a deadly second wave of the coronavirus spreads to rural areas, where the scarcity of medical care will add to this humanitarian tragedy.
India's COVID tsunami
India's COVID case numbers and fatality rates have hit critical levels, prompting Australia to suspend all passenger flights from India for two weeks. In the midst of this unfolding crisis, politician and former UN official Shashi Tharoor asks how did India's COVID fight go so wrong.