Policy Catalyst: India’s Privacy Law

Edward Snowden’s revelations about the U.S.’s PRISM surveillance raised many issues related to espionage, electronic surveillance and privacy. It brought home the lack of strong privacy laws in India. As the country sets up its own domestic surveillance system, it must also quickly enact statutory privacy legislation

Is it possible to break the ISIS spirit?

The Mesopotamian basin, namely Iraq and Syria, is descending into an increasingly complex and chaotic period. Only by understanding how it has come to this point can we try to find more viable policy options.

Senkaku/Diaoyu: Time for the ICJ to step in?

The Japanese-Chinese dispute about some rocky islands between Taiwan and Okinawa in the East China Sea, Diaoyu Islands in Chinese and Senkaku Islands in Japanese, continues unabated since its latest eruption in 2010.