Akash Sahu

Akash Sahu

Akash Sahu is a researcher in Indo-Pacific geopolitics and urban water studies working as a research analyst at the New Delhi-based Manohar Parrikar Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses.

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Opinion | How AI can be key to water security in China’s Greater Bay Area

Shenzhen and Hong Kong, the Greater Bay Area’s most important economies, both face serious water issues, which could impact business and daily life. Artificial intelligence, cloud computing and big data could provide solutions to the area’s water supply management problems.

Shenzhen and Hong Kong, the Greater Bay Area’s most important economies, both face serious water issues, which could impact business and daily life. Artificial intelligence, cloud computing and big data could provide solutions to the area’s water supply management problems.

How AI can be key to water security in China’s Greater Bay Area
20 Oct 2021 - 9:45AM
Opinion | How climate change and bad water policies threaten Asia’s security and prosperity

Increasing water scarcity across Asia will exacerbate geopolitical competition and conflicts over resources while creating impediments to growth. Excessive groundwater extraction is the top threat to sustainability, with China and India the biggest culprits.

Increasing water scarcity across Asia will exacerbate geopolitical competition and conflicts over resources while creating impediments to growth. Excessive groundwater extraction is the top threat to sustainability, with China and India the biggest culprits.

How climate change and bad water policies threaten Asia’s security and prosperity
23 Dec 2020 - 8:45AM
Opinion | Japan is keeping Southeast Asia at the heart of its Indo-Pacific strategy

Japan has made great strides in becoming one of the most favoured countries by Southeast Asian nations, thanks to its financial assistance and investment. Nations in the region trying to balance between China and the US might do well to consider diversifying towards Japan.

Japan has made great strides in becoming one of the most favoured countries by Southeast Asian nations, thanks to its financial assistance and investment. Nations in the region trying to balance between China and the US might do well to consider diversifying towards Japan.

Japan is keeping Southeast Asia at the heart of its Indo-Pacific strategy
13 Oct 2020 - 4:16AM