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?
The drone program was effective in taking out some leaders of the Pakistan Taliban. It took out Baitullah Mehsud, Hakimullah Mehsud and took out Fazlullah, and many Al-Qaeda fighters who had moved over to Pakistan from Afghanistan after 2001... It did, however, have an effect on perceptions... The relationship [between President Trump and Prime Minister Khan] started off on such a terrible footing that maybe the only way to go was up from the low of 2018. Imran Khan and Trump really hit it off [during a meeting in Washington, DC]. Both celebrities-turned-politicians, both populists who are very privileged, personally... I would be curious to see what lens the Biden administration takes towards Pakistan. Is it going to be an Af[ghanistan]-Pak[Afzal istan] lens? Is it going to be a Pak[istan]-India lens? Is it going to be a Pakistan on its own lens?
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.