Amar Diwakar

Amar Diwakar is a freelance writer and researcher of international affairs and political economy, focused on the Persian Gulf, South Asia, and the Belt and Road Initiative. He holds an MSc in international politics from SOAS, University of London
Amar Diwakar
Amar Diwakar is a freelance writer and researcher of international affairs and political economy, focused on the Persian Gulf, South Asia, and the Belt and Road Initiative. He holds an MSc in international politics from SOAS, University of London

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Opinion | Can India narrow its gap with China in defence, diplomacy and technology? Probably not under Modi

India under Modi markets itself as an alternative and counterweight to China in Asia, but it ranks behind Beijing in soft and hard power and its reforms have been anaemic by comparison.

18 May 2019 - 7:51AM

India under Modi markets itself as an alternative and counterweight to China in Asia, but it ranks behind Beijing in soft and hard power and its reforms have been anaemic by comparison.

Can India narrow its gap with China in defence, diplomacy and technology? Probably not under Modi
Opinion | China knows artificial intelligence is rewriting the geopolitical rules, but the rest of the world looks unprepared

As power is re-defined by data, states are not prepared for the global consequences of the AI revolution, while individuals remain vulnerable to new techniques of control.

9 Mar 2019 - 3:45AM

As power is re-defined by data, states are not prepared for the global consequences of the AI revolution, while individuals remain vulnerable to new techniques of control.

China knows artificial intelligence is rewriting the geopolitical rules, but the rest of the world looks unprepared