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 […]
How are designated built public spaces changing their use with time. Are they being lost to activities such as encroachments,parking,anti-social activities etc.?What are the reasons responsible for this and how can it be solved?
Even though legislative power is limited, it is always a matter of prestige for competing political parties to get a hold over the National Capital. With Delhi Elections just around the corner, in this episode of #DecodingthePolls, Dr D Dhanuraj […]
Will the world economic forum shed its elitist garb and deliver meaningful change? Gazi Hassan, Senior Research Associate talks about World Economic forum 2020 and its contribution to the world so far.
Recently the centre approved Rs. 56443 crores for semi-high speed rail corridor between Trivandrum and Kasaragod for easier and faster commutation. In this episode of City Beats, Dr Dhanuraj (Chairman- CPPR) and Aiswarya Krishan (Project Associate, CPPR-Centre for Urban Studies) […]
Centre for Public Policy Research, Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET), New York and Menon & Pai Foundation, Kochi organised the second edition of “The Vikasarth Conversations”. In this edition of “Vikasarth”, we hosted conversation between Professor Oliver Hart and […]
In this edition of CPPR Global High Tea, Gazi Hassan, Senior Research Associate, CPPR-Centre for Strategic Studies, talks about US-Iran tensions post-General Soleimani’s assassination its implications for the region. He also talks about the nature of conflict if it escalates […]
This episode of #DecodingThePolls delves into Jharkhand elections were the last phase of polling concluded yesterday . This election is a battle of prestige for the JMM considering their waning fortunes since 2014. With 3 phases of the election happening […]
Amidst a dismal economic climate, crisis of governance at the states level and a waning democratic culture, is the contentious Citizenship Amendment Bill indicative of the emergence of a new and self serving political narrative?
We are back with another episode of CPPR Global High Tea. US – Taliban peace talks are back on track. China and Russia are eagerly engaging Taliban. In such a situation does clinging on to a “wait and watch attitude” […]
In this part of CPPR Political Observatory we discuss the unfolding political dynamics post Maharashtra Elections, RCEP Exit and Ayodhya Verdict. The Indian politics is fast changing. There is a void created now in the political discourse on the topics […]
Recently the Kerala High court blamed the Kochi Municipal Corporation for being “inactive” and held them responsible for the water logging happening in the city. But should the Municipal Corporation be solely accountable for it? In this video our team […]
Panel Discussion on Disaster Communication: The Role of Media at ‘America with Kerala’ workshop organised by the US Consulate General in Chennai and Centre for Public Policy Research, Kochi, in association with the Kerala State Disaster Management Authority at Kozhikode […]
In this edition of CPPR Global High Tea, Gazi Hassan, Senior Research Associate, CPPR-Centre for Strategic Studies, talks about India’s pull out from the first Asian based trade treaty RCEP- it’s concerns and implications.