The future of US alliances in the Indo-Pacific: A conversation with Senator Tammy Duckworth
Scaling quality education in India: Year 2 results of the Quality Education India Development Impact Bond and beyond
Book Launch & Panel Discussion | Future of Coal in India: Smooth Transition or Bumpy Road Ahead?
On December 15, Tanvi Madan moderates a session on the geopolitics of technology at the 2020 Global Technology Summit.
Renewable energy growth has been strong but won’t be enough to avoid more coal. India’s focus should be on cleaning up coal, instead of wishing it away.
The horse that the U.S. has bet on is India, and the horse that India has bet on is the U.S.
Concerns about a rising China's behaviour has been a key driver of US-India relations since the mid-2000s. One of the reasons India and the US have come together has to do with concerns about certain kinds of Chinese behaviour, not China per se. These concerns range from China unilaterally changing the status quo in the region, Chinese economic behaviour, and its impact on the rules-based order in the region. In terms of a broader US-India relationship, that has been a key factor, though not the only factor.