15 March 2021
By GP Scholars
Rishabh Yadav, Abigail Miriam Fernandez, Abhiruchi Chowdhury, Lokendra Sharma, Chetna Vinay Bhora, Mohamad Aseel Ummer, Akriti Sharma, and Sourina Bej
Senate elections in Pakistan: Political parties lose, establishment wins
The result of the senate election has shown that the political system is maintained through the establishment's manoeuvrability of fixing the outcome.
Pakistan: From strength to strength the 'Aurat March' marches on
Abigail Miriam Fernandez
The Aurat March has not only a new momentum to the feminist movement in Pakistan but has become a platform to raise their voices.
Pakistan and China: 70 Years in review
For 70 years, China has been Pakistan's only hope to solve it's economic and security crisis.
Fukushima and the nuclear dream: Descension or Interregnum?
A decade after the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the trajectory of nuclear energy- whether there is a descension or an interregnum- is not entirely clear. However, the entry of renewables and the climate change imperative indicates that the former is more likely than the latter.
A decade after Fukushima Daiichi, What Japan has to offer?
Chetna Vinay Bhora
Revisiting 3/11 after a decade, One of the worst nuclear mishaps in history. What Japan has to offer to the nuclear industry, leadership and beyond.
Ten years of Fukushima: What lies ahead?
Mohamad Aseel Ummer
Fukushima remains the second deadliest nuclear disaster in history. Ten years later, what has the world learnt? Can nuclear energy prove to be a pivot for zero-emission by 2050
First QUAD Summit: Towards a more rigorous approach on the Indo-Pacific
The summit being Biden's first prominent multilateral meet, QUAD will have major implications for the Indo-Pacific region.
Derecognition of Left Alliance in Nepal:
Three reasons why it might not be an easy win for Oli?
As the coalition breaks, a culture of coercive elite politics, fractured democratization, and weak institutions will pose a challenge for another coalition-building in Nepal. The path towards power-sharing puts Oli in a tight spot as he is likely to face pushback within his party, opposition, and confidence of people.