Chris Bartlett

There is little reason to believe that a third term for Modi will result in the revival of Indian scientific research and innovation

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Aspiration of an inclusive India has been under threat in the Modi regime.

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When policies supporting LGBT staff clash with local realities, some companies back down, while others find a way to bridge the divide.

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Pressure to close down the pro-Palestine encampments reminds us again that the limits of the right to protest are contested.

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There are exceptions in India’s current round of electioneering rhetoric against Muslims that prove the country is still united in diversity.

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A convergence of their economic and strategic interests has the potential to take the Australia-India relationship to the next level.

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India’s politicians recognise the growing influence of women at the ballot box but their schemes to win their votes come with risks.

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The National Education Policy provides the BJP and RSS ample scope to reshape the institutional architecture of education.

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Deep historical and economic ties fuel India-Malaysia cooperation as they navigate the evolving Indo-Pacific landscape.

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With India positioning itself as a global player, the microscope falls on PM Narendra Modi’s foreign policy.

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Australia’s gas future must involve energy security and climate security. The new government strategy fails to strike this balance.

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