Views Digest

March, 2020

  • 26 March

    COVID-19 Treatment: Research on 3 Antivirals and 10 Vaccines Being Fast-tracked

    Many of the proposals now under study come from research groups that have spent years working to combat similar coronaviruses, particularly SARS and MERS.

  • 19 March

    10 Industries Relying on a Growing Digital Transformation

    Learning about and embracing technology is one of the most significant ways industries can continue to develop alongside consumers. Any business that doesn't have a website, social media presence and even a dedicated app is missing out on the chance to reach people with a resource they use the most.

  • 19 March

    Election Contingency Planning During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    In response to COVID-19, actions should be taken to protect elections and Americans' right to vote.

  • 19 March

    A Global Problem Requiring a Global Solution

    The G20 has the opportunity and the obligation to step up to provide the global leadership we require to confront a virus that knows no borders but is causing a loss of confidence and increased volatility in global markets.

  • 18 March

    Coronavirus Quarantines and Your Legal Rights: 4 Questions Answered

    History has shown us that whenever the United States has encountered a biological threat, the government invariably weighs individual freedoms against the compelling need to protect the rest of us from a widespread epidemic.

  • 8 March

    What Would Khalifa Haftar’s Libya Look Like?

    The general’s global supporters shouldn’t just focus on whether he can win, but what victory would mean.

  • 7 March

    South Asia’s Water Challenge – Politicization of Water Resources-II

    Climate change, Asia’s rapid urbanization and population growth rates are placing increased pressure on scarce water resources.

  • 4 March

    Politicization of Water Resources–I

    Water scarcity has emerged as a highly critical and contentious issue in South Asia in the age of Climate Change. River water supply will increase in the short-term but this will only last as long as the glaciers do. Asia cannot rely on increased run-off being a long-lasting phenomenon. Changing rainfall patterns are expected to further exacerbate dwindling freshwater sources.

November, 2019

  • 14 November

    India: All Thieves are Cousins

    The Babri Mosque verdict was a dictated and imposed symbol of communal and political biases. Supreme Court also proves that any crime against the Muslims is legal in India.

  • 10 November

    Afghanistan, China and Connectivity

    China is the real pivot of the east, and considering India for this role is a blunder of the highest magnitude. A country which has not been able to provide basic living amenities to its populace; a large segment of Indian urban population grows up and dies on footpaths and streets but the country is falsely talked about as the economic bulwark of the region.