Search: India,UN (8 materials)

Shrinking Cyber-Universe

.... (New Delhi, Pentagon Press LLP in association with Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses, 2019). In their work, the authors examine the general concept of cyberspace, while extrapolating it to India's cyberspace dimension. Cherian Samuel and Munich Charma: India's strategic options in a changing cyberspace Cybersecurity problems are tightly included in the new agenda of international relations, which stresses the importance of their comprehensive study, now more relevant than ever. The work raises several ...


Global Implications of India’s Citizenship Amendment Act 2019

... politics If we believe in certain media reports that appeared in the leading newspaper of the world, the Indian government has inflicted a self-goal in the diplomatic context and gradually losing trusted allies and global partners in the international community. India must recognise this mistake urgently and needs to correct domestic political challenges. Recently, the two US panels—Commission on International Religious Freedom and the House Foreign Affairs Committee—have criticised CAA for undermining the ...


“Child Actorvism” and the Extinction Agenda of Neoliberal Racists

... general rubric of climate change, there were more immediate issues at stake. The spectres of desertification and groundwater depletion were enough to mobilize ordinary Indians into action. The sheer design, organization and coordination involved in the Indian undertaking may be studied for years to come. Once verified, the afforestation model can be adapted in fields ranging from big data, artificial intelligence, sharing economy to contingency planning. A similar commonsensical model was employed when Cyclone ...


Root Cause of India - Pakistan Conflagration

... anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi the apostle of peace and non-violence. It would be interesting to read what he said when Pakistani razakars (Volunteers) stormed into the princely state of Jammu and Kashmir after its Maharaja Hari Singh signed accession to the Indian Union with special provisions and sought Indian military help and explains why United Nations was approached.Source: In his public sermon on January 4, 1948 Mahatma Gandhi, who fought for the independence of undivided India and was against its ...


The smog of war

... ratified COP-10 meet their voluntary goals of dramatically reducing carbon emissions by that time. Back in 2012 when still at Goldman Sachs, Jim O'Neill, the creator of the BRIC (now BRICS) model, predicted that the combined GDP of eight countries-- China, Russia, India, Brazil, Turkey, Mexico, South Korea and Indonesia-- will account for about a third of the world economy by 2020. The G7 countries – Germany, the United States, Japan, Great Britain, Canada, France and Italy – will account for just over ...


The United Nations’ legitimacy is unique

... crises. There have been reforms, and as a result, the number of UNSC members was increased from 11 to 15. We support the idea of a further expansion and believe that the developing countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America are underrepresented in the UNSC. Therefore, we support the applications from India and Brazil for permanent representation in the UNSC. We believe that a permanent presence of the African continent in the council must be ensured in a similar way because, let me stress this again, the developing countries are clearly not sufficiently ...


BRICS and food security

... drought in over a century provided impetus for the agriculture ministers of the BRICS nations to gather in Brasilia in March and launch a manifesto designed to make the group a key player in the global food security regime. But they did. Now the world is waiting.... ... and business ethics perspective the effort makes sense and can add value to the BRICS brand. But success depends on China, India and Brazil, who are impacted by drought and infrastructure problems that step on their economic performance. And Russia ...


BRICS: A New Actor in Global Security

... Country Police Experts Military Total India 1 001 51 6 812 7 864 South Africa 61 20 2 120 2 201 China 172 37 1710 1 919 Brazil 11 24 1676 1 711 Russia 38 62 5 105 BRICS countries 1 283 194 12 323 13 800 All countries 12 811 1 899 83 611 98 321 Source : UN India indisputably outnumbers its BRICS partners and is followed by Brazil, with South Africa and China trailing behind. Russia is the unquestionable underachiever, with the numbers of its military and police in the UN missions on a clear downward spiral....


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