April 20, 2020

COVID-19: Cruise Industry and its Future

In the wake of COVID-19, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has extended its March 14 No Sail Order (NSO) for cruise ships operating in waters under the jurisdiction of the United States. The NSO makes note […]
April 17, 2020

COVID-19: Why is it Still Unwise to Bet against America?

Rakesh Neelakandan The coronavirus pandemic is raging globally and the US is heaving for breath. It is fighting a fractured and fragmented battle with individual states vying for essential medical supplies even as fatalities and new positive cases continue to […]
April 11, 2020

COVID-19: Implications to Global Politics, Oil Consumption and World Order | CPPR Global High Tea

There has certainly not been a global event resembling this scale in our lifetime. Senior Research Associate Gazi Hassan discusses why COVID-19 is bound to disrupt the landscape of geopolitics, global economy, & the liberal international order.
April 2, 2020

Fate of Global Oil Sector amid COVID-19

In order to contain the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, many countries are under lockdown and this has resulted in a reduced demand for fuel to a considerable level with prices falling to their lowest in 18 years, dropping below […]
March 30, 2020

COVID-19 and an Emerging Win-Win Situation

There is an urgent need to move at least parts of the manufacturing industry out of China to new manufacturing centres in other parts of the world, including India, to avoid the type of disruptions that were witnessed following the […]
March 27, 2020

Middle East Trade: A Political Enigma

The Middle East has always been a region of contention which posits diplomatic hurdles and strategic challenges. Analysts often try to make sense of the conflict in the region resulting from competing socio-economic and religious identities. An overlooked aspect is […]
March 25, 2020

The Changing World Order Amidst COVID-19 Outbreak

The Cornonavirus is on a rampage, relentlessly spreading beyond China—where it was initially detected—and engulfing most parts of the globe including Japan and South Korea in Far East, countries in Southeast Asia, Europe, West Asia,  and North, Central and South […]
March 13, 2020

Two Presidents and Taliban: Afghan’s Road to Peace Harder than War? | CPPR Global High Tea

The US-Taliban deal signed on February 29 was touted as Washington’s effort to end 18 years of war in Afghanistan. However, the road to peace for Afghanistan seems harder than war. The deal legitimsed Taliban even as the future for […]
March 4, 2020

‘Civilisational State, Governance and Grand Strategy of Aspirational Powers: A Perspective of India’ by Dr Lawrence Prabhakar Williams

Dr Lawrence Prabhakar Williams, Author, Researcher & Professor of International Relations & Strategic Studies and Advisor to the CPPR Centre for Strategic Studies (CSS) delivered a talk on ‘Civilisational State, Governance and Grand Strategy of Aspirational Powers: A Perspective of […]
March 4, 2020

Event Report: CPPR Talk Series by Dr Lawrence Prabhakar Williams

Dr Lawrence Prabhakar Williams,Author, Researcher & Professor of International Relations & Strategic Studies and Advisor to the CPPR Centre for Strategic Studies (CSS) delivered a talk on ‘Civilisational State, Governance and Grand Strategy of Aspirational Powers: A Perspective of India’, […]
February 28, 2020

CPPR Talk Series: US Presidential Elections 2020

As part of the CPPR talk series, the Centre for Strategic Studies (CSS) organised an in-house talk on February 24, 2020 on “US Presidential Elections 2020” by Dr Michael Warren Sonnleitner, Fulbright-Nehru scholar, with a doctorate in Political Science from […]
February 28, 2020

Coronavirus: A Threat to Geopolitics and Global Economy

The international system is a sphere of anarchy where self-help, security dilemma and conflict are the order of the day. However, with the complex interdependence as a result of globalization, crises, events or the outbreak of a deadly virus in […]
February 22, 2020

India’s Defence Production: Decades of Lost Opportunities (Part–2)

This part of the article looks at the current arms import-export scenario in India to identify the major thrust areas. It also sheds light on the initiatives taken by the Government of India to create a conducive environment for defence […]
February 12, 2020

India’s Defence Production: Decades of Lost Opportunities (Part – 1)

This part of the article, written by Cdr Jaikrishnan Nair, looks at various challenges faced by the defence manufacturing sector in India and the lost opportunities during the past few decades. Introduction Defence production in India has been sub-optimal for […]
February 11, 2020

European Parliament Resolution on Citizenship (Amendment) Act

The article looks at the events that led to the European Parliament deferring a vote on the resolution critical of India’s Citizenship (Amendment) Act (CAA). It also discusses how India’s political and diplomatic interventions in various European capitals managed to […]
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