“Shutting The Stable Door After The Horse Has Bolted”: The Surge of Covid Crisis in India

Just months ago, India avowed an endgame to the pandemic, COVID-19 infections were dropping. The health minister heaped praise on the Prime Minister as well as the export of vaccines to developing nations Aswini Kumar From statistics and observations in the past months, the transmission has increased profusely, the new strain has so many variations … Continue reading “Shutting The Stable Door After The Horse Has Bolted”: The Surge of Covid Crisis in India

BRICS and Quad: India’s Strategic Autonomy to Balance China

A CONTINUED BEIJING’S BELLIGERENCE AGAINST INDIA MAY FURTHER TILT NEW DELHI TOWARDS QUAD, WHILE NOT COMPLETELY ABANDONING THE BRICS SPACE FOR BEIJING. Veeresh Kanduri On June 1, the Foreign Ministers of BRICS—a grouping of five nations spread over four continents including Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa—held the annual meeting virtually online, as it is … Continue reading BRICS and Quad: India’s Strategic Autonomy to Balance China

The “Dream Team” of International Economists to Direct Tamilnadu CM for Inclusive Growth

TCSS Security Commentaries #019 “SHOW US THE WAY. WE WANT TO GROW WITH THE BASE THE STATE HAS—BLESSED WITH NATURAL RESOURCES, BASIC INFRASTRUCTURE, HUMAN RESOURCES AND SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY—” STALIN ADDRESSING THE FIRST MEETING OF THE CM-EAC (ECONOMIC ADVISORY COUNCIL), VIRTUALLY ON JULY 9TH. Aswini Kumar, Taiwan Center for Security Studies Eager to bring the best … Continue reading The “Dream Team” of International Economists to Direct Tamilnadu CM for Inclusive Growth